Summer Bible Study: WordGo’s Study of Wisdom: Week 3, Day 2: Proverbs 1-3

Summary of Proverbs 1-3

Summary of Proverbs 1

Solomon lays out proverbs for living and wisdom. Listen and learn. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. Resist sin.

Summary of Proverbs 2

Look to wisdom and understanding to understand the fear of the Lord and find His knowledge. Then you’ll understand what is right and just. Wisdom will save you from wicked men and adulterous women. Then you will walk in the ways of the good.

Summary of Proverbs 3

Keep God’s teaching in your heart to prolong your life and bring you peace. Let love and faithfulness never leave you. Trust in the Lord. Fear God. Honor God. Bring Him the first fruits. Don’t despite the Lord’s rebuke. Blessed are those who find wisdom. Preserve sound judgement and discretion. Have no fear of sudden disasters. Do not withhold good from your neighbor. Do not envy the violent or choose their ways. The wise inherit honor.

Questions for Proverbs 1-3

3 ) When you fear the Lord, your mindset is ripe to understand His knowledge, so He can teach you to walk in His ways.

4) Fathers and mothers have more wisdom they can impart to their children. Wisdom protects from evil and harm.

5) Proverbs 3:5: Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own decision. I am trying to make a major life decision and am praying it is from God. I want to teach my kids to keep God’s teaching in their hearts.

Conclusions to Wordgo Study of Wisdom Proverbs 1-3

We learn the importance of being prepared to receive God’s wisdom by trusting God, fearing Him, and following His commands.

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2 thoughts on “Summer Bible Study: WordGo’s Study of Wisdom: Week 3, Day 2: Proverbs 1-3

  1. Proverbs 3:5-6 = one of my favorites.
    But in today’s world of controversy and disagreement, I find myself confused when I have strong opinions that are different from some of my Christian friends who equally believe they are correct. How do we understand God’s discernment?

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