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Mishlei 01-01 (Introduction) [1:1 thru 1:6]

NOTE: For a PDF copy of this segment, please click here. This will enable you to print out the entire text of the article. [Rev 3] Key Concepts of Mishlei 01-01 (Introduction) In this first segment of Mishlei, Shlomo Hamelech (King Solomon) introduces himself as the...

Mishlei 01-06 (Wisdom will Call You) [1:20 – 1:21]

Mishlei 01-06 Wisdom Will Call (1:20 — 1:21) Key Concepts My son, don’t be surprised if someone approaches you with a shady get-rich scheme that seems too good to be true. Unfortunately, you won’t find out until it is too late that it is too good to be true and you...

Mishlei 11-23 (Anticipation)

Mishlei 11-23 Anticipation Key Concepts Although the future is unknown to ordinary human beings, it is natural to think about what may happen and what our reaction will be to the possibility of various outcomes. In Mishlei 11-14 we saw the importance of planning ahead...

Mishlei 11-24 (Generosity)

Mishlei 11-24 Generosity [11:24 – 27] Key Concepts This segment consists four sequential verses that teach an attitude of generosity towards other people. A person who is concerned about the welfare of others focuses his attention upon those around him and is...

Mishlei 20-08 (Moral Integrity)

Mishlei 20-08 Moral Purification (20:08 and 20:09) Key Concepts Purification is a process of cleansing, that is removing impurities. In the case of moral purification it means removing sin, both in the form of sinful behavior and sinful thoughts. Mishlei now speaks to...

Mishlei 20-19 (Confidentiality)

Mishlei 20-19 Confidentiality Key Concepts As we have seen in Mishlei 11-13, information can cause great harm if disclosed recklessly. For this reason Mishlei encourages us to avoid contact with people who are careless about how they use information that comes to...

New Post Test – After Formatting

Key Concepts A person who is in a position of power, whether it be a judge, employer, parent, or teacher should be careful about allowing his natural instinct to make unconscious judgments about others. Before he has had a chance to make a considered evaluation he may...

New Post Test – Before Formatting

Key Concepts A person who is in a position of power, whether it be a judge, employer, parent, or teacher should be careful about allowing his natural instinct to make unconscious judgments about others. Before he has had a chance to make a considered evaluation he may...