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Book of Proverbs

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Drew Gibbons

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Book of Proverbs Origin of the Proverbs Authors of the Proverbs King Solomon Solomon was the son of
King David and is said to have
written over 3,000 proverbs.
Many of them are found in the book
of Proverbs. Solomon wrote Proverbs
1:1--9:18, Proverbs 10:1--22:16,
and Proverbs 25:1--29:27 Wisemen The Wisemen are believed to be the ones who attended Solomon (1 Kings 4:31) including Ethan the Ezrahite, Heman, Calcol, and Darda, the sons of Mahol. The Wisemen are responsible for writing Proverbs 22:17--24:22 and Proverbs 24:23-34 The book of Proverbs set forth
the philosophy of practical life. It
is a sign to us that the Bible does
not despise common sense and
discretion. Purpose of the Proverbs being written Proverbs 1:2-7 gives a list of reasons for why
the Proverbs were written:
That people may know wisdom and discipline, may know intelligent sayings. (1:2)
May receive instruction in wise conduct, in what is right, just and fair; (1:3)
To help the simple gain prudence, and the youth gain knowledge and discretion, (1:4)
To increase learning, and to acquire skill in understanding, (1:5)
To understand Proverbs, riddles, and wise sayings, (1:6)
To enable the readers to learn and apply the Fear of the Lord to their lives. (1:7) Agur, son of Jakeh Historians are not really sure who
Agur was. Agur is responsible for
writing Proverbs 30:1-33 King Lemuel King Lemuel was a non-Israelite
who lived in the area of Uz where
people still believed in one true God. King Lemuel wrote
Proverbs 31:1-31. By Drew Gibbons and Mailk Woody When was the Book of Proverbs written? The book of Proverbs was
written and then compiled
between the tenth and sixth centuries B.C. Examples of
Proverbs A) Remains clearly true
today and is still valuable
for our lives Proverbs 10:9
"Whoever walks honestly walks securely, but one whose ways are crooked will fare badly." B) Gives good advice
for Parents Proverbs 17:6
"Children's children are the crown of the elderly, and the glory of children is their parentage" C) Gives good advice
for teenagers Proverbs 30:17
"The eye that mocks a father, or scorns the homage due to a mother, Will be plucked out by brook ravens; devoured by a brood of vultures D) Gives good advice for
me personally Proverbs 10:4
"The slack hand impoverishes, but the busy hand brings riches E) Appears outdated in its
present form Proverbs 10:5
"A son who gathers in summer is a credit; a son who slumbers during a harvest, a disgrace F) Might be considered
Humorous Proverbs 26:11
"As dogs return to their vomit, so fools repeat their folly Original Proverbs 1. Those who seek immediate
gratification, find negative
outcomes in the future. 2. You are only limited to do
what you set your limits as. 3) Knowledge is only useful
when it is used correctly.
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