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December 21, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 21) Bill Elliff on Proverbs 21

– Proverbs 21New Living Translation 21 The king’s heart is like a stream of water directed by the Lord;    he guides it wherever he pleases. 2 People may be right in their own eyes,    but the Lord examines their heart. 3 The Lord is more pleased when we do what is right and just    than when we offer him sacrifices. 4 Haughty eyes, a proud heart,    and evil […]

December 20, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 20) Adrian Rogers and John MacArthur on wisdom from Proverbs on alcohol “Wine is a mocker, strong drink is a brawler, and whoever is led astray by it is not wise” (Proverbs 20:1)

– Proverbs 20 New Living Translation Proverbs 20 New Living Translation 20 Wine produces mockers; alcohol leads to brawls.     Those led astray by drink cannot be wise. 2 The king’s fury is like a lion’s roar;     to rouse his anger is to risk your life. 3 Avoiding a fight is a mark of honor;     only fools insist on […]

December 19, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 19) Adrian Rogers “How to Be the Father of a Wise Child”  “Smite a scorner, and the simple will beware” (Proverbs 19:25)

— Proverbs 19New Living Translation 19 Better to be poor and honest    than to be dishonest and a fool. 2 Enthusiasm without knowledge is no good;    haste makes mistakes. 3 People ruin their lives by their own foolishness    and then are angry at the Lord. 4 Wealth makes many “friends”;    poverty drives them all away. 5 A false witness will not go unpunished,    nor will a […]

December 18, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 18) Adrian Rogers’ sermon outline for “Raising Kids that Count”

We have to listen to our kids chapter 18 tells us in verse 13: 13 Spouting off before listening to the facts    is both shameful and foolish. Proverbs 18 New Living Translation Proverbs 18 New Living Translation   18 Unfriendly people care only about themselves;    they lash out at common sense. 2 Fools have no interest in understanding;    they only want […]

December 17, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 17) Bill Elliff on Proverbs 17

– Proverbs 17New Living Translation 17 Better a dry crust eaten in peace    than a house filled with feasting—and conflict. 2 A wise servant will rule over the master’s disgraceful son    and will share the inheritance of the master’s children. 3 Fire tests the purity of silver and gold,    but the Lord tests the heart. 4 Wrongdoers eagerly listen to gossip;    liars pay close attention […]

December 16, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 16) MUSIC MONDAY “Songs on Gossip” and message by Adrian Rogers!

— Proverbs 16 New Living Translation – My favorite verses in chapter 16 are about gossip: 27 Scoundrels create trouble;    their words are a destructive blaze. 28 A troublemaker plants seeds of strife;    gossip separates the best of friends. Proverbs 16New Living Translation 16 We can make our own plans,    but the Lord gives the right answer. 2 People may be pure in their […]

December 15, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 15) The problem of Anger ADRIAN ROGERS PROVERBS 14:17, 29; 15:18; 19:11-12; 25:8; 29:11, 20;

—- Proverbs 15New Living Translation 15 A gentle answer deflects anger,    but harsh words make tempers flare. 2 The tongue of the wise makes knowledge appealing,    but the mouth of a fool belches out foolishness. 3 The Lord is watching everywhere,    keeping his eye on both the evil and the good. 4 Gentle words are a tree of life;    a deceitful tongue crushes the spirit. […]

December 14, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 14) The problem of Anger ADRIAN ROGERS PROVERBS 14:17, 29; 15:18; 19:11-12; 25:8; 29:11, 20;

—- Proverbs 14New Living Translation 14 A wise woman builds her home,    but a foolish woman tears it down with her own hands. 2 Those who follow the right path fear the Lord;    those who take the wrong path despise him. 3 A fool’s proud talk becomes a rod that beats him,    but the words of the wise keep them safe. 4 Without […]

December 13, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 13) Adrian Rogers “How to Be the Father of a Wise Child” “A wise son heareth his father’s instruction, but a scorner heareth not rebuke (13:1).

— Proverbs 13New Living Translation 13 A wise child accepts a parent’s discipline;[a]    a mocker refuses to listen to correction. 2 Wise words will win you a good meal,    but treacherous people have an appetite for violence. 3 Those who control their tongue will have a long life;    opening your mouth can ruin everything. 4 Lazy people want much but get little,    but […]

December 12, 2022 READING A PROVERB A DAY (PROVERBS 12) Adrian Rogers God’s Miracle Medicine PROVERBS 12:25

Proverbs 12New Living Translation 12 To learn, you must love discipline;    it is stupid to hate correction. 2 The Lord approves of those who are good,    but he condemns those who plan wickedness. 3 Wickedness never brings stability,    but the godly have deep roots. 4 A worthy wife is a crown for her husband,    but a disgraceful woman is like cancer in his bones. 5 The […]