The Book of Proverbs has long been a favorite of believers. A practical guide for daily living, Proverbs integrates godliness with everyday life. The book deals with man’s relationships with others, both in and away from work, family relationships, economic principles, and civil areas of life. When rightly understood, Proverbs—the most practical of the wisdom books—gives the reader guidance in living a life that pleases God.
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“How much better to avoid the sin, to determine that sensual attitudes will never control you. This can be yours if you focus on godly attitudes and actions in life.” (Page 35)
“The translation ‘lust’ unnecessarily strengthens the word and, thereby, weakens the warning. The verse urges the son to avoid more than lust.” (Page 88)
“urges the son to cultivate the habit of letting the Lord guide his actions in every area” (Page 40)
“understanding hearts will respond, acknowledging the truth” (Page 109)
“only passage in the OT that pictures the gradual growth of the godly individual in the ways of God” (Page 62)