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Daily Devotional Archive
Betty Miller shares her daily devotionals which are based on the book of Proverbs in the Bible... The Wisdom of God

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Introduction and Personal Message from Betty Miller

Day 1
Proverbs 1:1-2

Records the words of King Solomon, whom the Bible calls the wisest of all men, and tells us how we can benefit from the wisdom and knowledge of God.

Day 2
Proverbs 1:3-4

Tells us that Wisdom brings justice, judgment and equity.

Day 3
Proverbs 1:5-6

Tells us about the understanding that brings us into wise counsel and increases our learning of the Almighty God.

Day 4
Proverbs 1:7

Defines what it means to "fear the Lord," as the starting place in attaining knowledge.

Day 5
Proverbs 1:8-9

Instructs us to listen and respect the Godly advice and teachings of our parents.

Day 6
Proverbs 1:10-19

Instructs young people about the dangers of hanging out with the wrong crowd.

Day 7
Proverbs 1:20-23

Tells us that the author of all wisdom is the Lord God Himself and that businesses and the market place will profit from following God's principles.

Day 8
Proverbs 1:24-33

Gives a warning of calamity to those who refuse to listen and yield to God.

Day 9
Proverbs 2:1-5

Tells us that Bible study is an important part of our lives.

Day 10
Proverbs 2:6-7

Tells us that if we desire to be wise, we must read the Bible.

Day 11
Proverbs 2:8

States that God guards the paths of justice. There are two sides of judgment; one for the wicked, one for the righteous.

Day 12
Proverbs 2:9

Tells us that God's Word gives us understanding of righteousness, judgment and equity.

Day 13
Proverbs 2:10-15

Tells us when we have God's wisdom and His Word in our hearts we will have discernment, then His knowledge will become pleasant to us and we will not follow the path of evil.

Day 14
Proverbs 2:16-20

Warns us that divorce, fornication and sexual sin, not only will divide our homes, but they will also destroy the very heart of a nation.

Day 15
Proverbs 2:21-22

Tells us what makes a person upright and perfect?

Day 16
Proverbs 3:1-2

Lets us know that keeping God's Word will cause one to live a long life.

Day 17
Proverbs 3:3-4

Tells us by allowing mercy and truth to rule our hearts and lives, we will find favor and understanding with God and man.

Day 18
Proverbs 3:5-8

States that the Lord wants to bless us with healthy minds and bodies, but we must first have a healthy spirit.

Day 19
Proverbs 3:9-10

Tells us when we honor God with the first fruits of our labor, then material blessings will come back to us and we shall have plenty and not lack.

Day 20
Proverbs 3:11-12

Informs us that the Lord disciplines us so that we will not be destroyed. He loves us enough to correct us as a good father reproves the wrong actions of his children.

Day 21
Proverbs 3:13-18

Tells us that having God's wisdom is more valuable than gold.

Day 22
Proverbs 3:19-20

Reveals to us that the Lord God in heaven used His wisdom to create the entire earth and all the solar systems.

Day 23
Proverbs 3:21-24

Tells us that if we keep sound wisdom and obey God's Word, it will produce blessings in this life. One of those blessings is sound and sweet sleep.

Day 24
Proverbs 3:25-26

Tells us not to be afraid of the evil things in the world. God promises His children that He will watch over them and care for them.

Day 25
Proverbs 3:27-29

Gives us instructions in regard to repayment of a loan or a favor. Also, we are told to live peaceably with our neighbors.

Day 26
Proverbs 3:30-32

Admonishes us to avoid strife. In modern day terms we might say, "Don't go picking a fight without a reason."

Day 27
Proverbs 3:33-35

Makes comparisons between good and evil; blessings and curses.

Day 28
Proverbs 4:1-4

Gives  an admonition given to young people to obey the godly instructions of their parents.

Day 29
Proverbs 4:5-9

Tells us that wisdom is to be sought, to be embraced, to be loved, to be exalted, and to be the principal thing. In embracing her (wisdom), you will receive beauty and glory.

Day 30
Proverbs 4:10-13

Tells us that by honoring our parents it will promote longevity and keep us from evil.

Day 31
Proverbs 4:14-19

Tells us to avoid the wicked path and warns us not to go the dark way, but to walk in the light.

Day 32
Proverbs 4:20-22

Admonishes us to listen to, and obey the Words of God as they will bring life and health to us.

Day 33
Proverbs 4:23-27

Tells us to guard our hearts and watch our mouths so that we do not yield to the things that would cause us harm or destroy us.

Day 34
Proverbs 5:1-13

Warns us to resist immoral appetites and sexual sins that lure people by the pleasures they offer; however, the bitter end of these sins are pain and death.

Day 35
Proverbs 5:14-23

Portrays a marriage/family relationship that is likened to a cistern of water. Pure water is likened to faithfulness in marriage, while adultery brings sorrow and reproach for the whole family.

Day 36
Proverbs 6:1-3

Gives us financial advice in the area of relationships. One who co-signs a note and has become security will be held accountable for the indebtedness and if it is for a friend it could hurt that relationship if it is not paid.

Day 37
Proverbs 6:4-11

Gives a warning to those who would use excessive sleep as an escape from responsibility. The life of a sluggard will bring poverty.

Day 38
Proverbs 6:12-15

Warns us about charlatans (people who use scams, cons and "slick talking). They use tricks and lies to mislead and deceive people. Dishonest gamblers are among these.

Day 39
Proverbs 6:16-19

Lists six things that God hates.

Day 40
Proverbs 6:20-22

Advises sons and daughters to listen to the words of their godly parents as it is the way of life.

Day 41
Proverbs 6:23-29

Gives instructions to young men to avoid prostitutes.

Day 42
Proverbs 6:30-35

Tells how men in general react to a thief and an adulterer when they are caught.

Day 43
Proverbs 7:1-3

Instructs us "lay up" the Word of God for the winter seasons of our lives.

Day 44
Proverbs 7:4-27

Records a description of how a young man is seduced by a prostitute, with the warning to avoid her strategies.

Day 45
Proverbs 8:1-11

Directs us as to where and how to find Wisdom.

Day 46
Proverbs 8:12

States that through Wisdom and prudence people can discover witty inventions. History records many of these discoveries that were revealed to Christians.

Day 47
Proverbs 8:13

Reveals to us that the "fear of the Lord" is to hate evil, pride and arrogance.

Day 48
Proverbs 8:14

Tells us to seek godly counsel as opposed to seeking counsel in the wrong places such as fortune tellers, psychics, card readers and astrology books.

Day 49
Proverbs 8:15-17

States  that good rulers in the earth will rule justly, by using the sound wisdom that is recorded in the Bible.

Day 50
Proverbs 8:18-21

Tells us that the possessor of God's wisdom will not only receive honor, but will also be blessed materially.

Day 51
Proverbs 8:22-32

Records how God's Wisdom had its role in the creation of the world. Wisdom is more than a wise method of doing things, but rather, Wisdom is actually the person of God Himself.

Day 52
Proverbs 8:33-36

Warns us that if we refuse the instruction and Wisdom that is found in the Bible, we will not be able to pass the tests we face in this life.

Day 53
Proverbs 9:1-5

States that Wisdom means more than doing things in the best and most wise way. Wisdom is knowing Jesus and keeping His commandments.

Day 54
Proverbs 9:6-9

Gives us instruction on how to relate to scorners and foolish people.

Day 55
Proverbs 9:10-12

Tells us that knowing God results in the understanding of everything else. Following Wisdom will cause our days to be fruitful.

Day 56
Proverbs 9:13-18

Describes the ways of a prostitute, with a warning of the deadly fate that awaits those who embrace her.

Day 57
Proverbs 10:1

Describes the difference between a  wise son and a foolish son and how their opposite actions affect the parents.

Day 58
Proverbs 10:2-3

Tells us the riches that belong to the wicked will not help them in the day of death.

Day 59
Proverbs 10:4-5

Gives us instruction in the practical matter of work ethics.

Day 60
Proverbs 10:6-11

Records a comparison between the just and the wicked, and what comes to each of them as a result of the words they speak.

Day 61
Proverbs 10:12-14

Records a contrasting picture of hatred and love, and wisdom and foolishness.

Day 62
Proverbs 10:15-17

Records how righteous labor brings prosperity, while the sins that lead to poverty bring destruction.

Day 63
Proverbs 10:18-21

Deals with advice about the things that we speak. We should notice the words listed here in reference to speaking -- lips, utterances, words and the tongue.

Day 64
Proverbs 10:22-26

Makes some pointed statements about life in general. The rich man who is wicked has sorrow with his wealth,  while God's riches have no sorrow with them. Employees who are sluggards are a pain to those who send them to do a job.

Day 65
Proverbs 10:27-30

Tells how we can live a long life versus a shortened one.

Day 66
Proverbs 10:31-32

Compares the words of the righteous with the curse words of the wicked. These scriptures tell us there is power in the words we speak. 

Day 67
Proverbs 11:1-3

Tells us not to cheat in our affairs in this life. God loves integrity and hates the false balance of unrighteous dealings.

Day 68
Proverbs 11:4-6

Tells us that money cannot buy security in the day of wrath. We are shown the blessings of righteousness, versus the consequences of evil.

Day 69
Proverbs 11:7-9

Continues with its comparison, contrasting the things that happen in the lives of the righteous, and in the lives of the wicked. We are told not to gossip or use our tongues to destroy others.

Day 70
Proverbs 11:10-11

States that individual righteousness influences corporate righteousness, especially when a righteous person is in a position of leadership.

Day 71
Proverbs 11:12

Tells us how to have good relationships with people by restraining from saying unkind things.

Day 72
Proverbs 11:13-15

Continues to tell us how to avoid relationship problems by not being a talebearer nor a gossip.  We are told to avoid surety so as not to have financial problems with others.

Day 73
Proverbs 11:16-20

Records how a gracious and good woman will bring honor to her husband. We are told that a righteous man will also be a blessing to his family. We are shown the contrast of the actions of the righteous and the wicked.

Day 74
Proverbs 11:21-23

Contrasts good and evil people. We are told how the actions of each of these people will influence and affect us personally plus those around us.

Day 75
Proverbs 11:24-26

Advises us to use Wisdom in the area of giving and receiving. We should keep money for our living expenses, but we should also give money to help others and support the works of God so we can reap the rewards of sowing.

Day 76
Proverbs 11:27-28

Tells us that doing good brings blessings, but seeking mischief brings a man trouble.

Day 77
Proverbs 11:29-31

Warns us against sinning and destroying the state of harmonious living that can be had in a family.

Day 78
Proverbs 12:1-3

Tells us those who love instruction will love the knowledge of the Lord.

Day 79
Proverbs 12:4

Tells us a wife of good character will bring honor to her husband, while the opposite kind causes a man to become sick.

Day 80
Proverbs 12:5-7

Tells us that both sin and righteousness both proceed from the heart, then they become thoughts in the mind and finally they become deeds either good or evil.

Day 81
Proverbs 12:8-9

Makes comparisons between the righteous wise, and the foolish wicked.

Day 82
Proverbs 12:10-11

Instructs us to care for our animals and not to abuse them. We are also to be good stewards over any land we own or farm.

Day 83
Proverbs 12:12-15

Tells us how the righteous are delivered from trouble while the wicked are snared by their transgressions.

Day 84
Proverbs 12:16-19

Warns us not to give place to wrath and anger. We are told to overcome and control our temper and refrain from telling lies.

Day 85
Proverbs 12:20-22

Shows us that ultimately no evil will destroy the righteous. We are shown the pattern of deceit versus truth.

Day 86
Proverbs 12:23-24

Contrasts prudence and diligence against foolishness and laziness.

Day 87
Proverbs 12:25-26

Tells us how goodness and encouragement affects others in a positive way.

Day 88
Proverbs 12:27

Gives us advice about  hunting and killing animals.

Day 89
Proverbs 12:28

Tells us the cause and effect of our actions. Righteousness brings life, while the scorner's actions will lead to death because he will not listen to wisdom.

Day 90
Proverbs 13:2-3

Tells us we shall reap the fruit of our lips, as the things we speak will affect our lives.

Day 91
Proverbs 13:4-6

Tells us of the actions of the righteous and the wicked in regard to work. We should flee from any unrighteous business dealings, unwise stock investments, gambling, or activities that are promoted by greed.

Day 92
Proverbs 13:7-9

Records a comparison between rich men and poor men.

Day 93
Proverbs 13:10-12

Tells us how to avoid contention, the way to attain wealth, and how the results of answered prayer will produce growth and life.

Day 94
Proverbs 13:13-16

Tells us how those who keep the Word of God will be blessed, while those who despise them will be destroyed.

Day 95
Proverbs 13:17-21

Records how faithfulness produces accomplishments vs. good intentions that produce nothing.

Day 96
Proverbs 13:22-23

Tells us that righteous men will reap material blessings, as well as spiritual blessings and will leave an inheritance to their children.

Day 97
Proverbs 13:24

Deals with the subject of child rearing and disciplining with corporal punishment.

Day 98
Proverbs 13:25

Points out what happens to the righteous as opposed to what happens to the wicked.

Day 99
Proverbs 14:1-2

Tells us that a wise woman will build up her house with good words and deeds while the foolish one will nag and tear the members of her house down.

Day 100
Proverbs 14:3-5

Tells us how to recognize a foolish people.  They are prideful, lazy, and bad witnesses.

Day 101
Proverbs 14:6-9

Tells us that we must have an humble heart if we are to draw close to God and gain His understanding and knowledge.

Day 102
Proverbs 14:10-11

Tells us the destination of the wicked person and the righteous person. The house of the righteous shall flourish, while the house of the wicked shall fall.

Day 103
Proverbs 14:12

Warns us to be careful about choices, as deception can lead one in the wrong way.

Day 104
Proverbs 14:13-14

Tells us that real happiness comes from knowing and serving God.  Some men may laugh on the outside, but inside they are miserable.

Day 105
Proverbs 14:15-18

States the benefits of being wise and prudent, versus the folly caused by being a simpleton who does not check things out.

Day 106
Proverbs 14:19

Tells us how evil men cannot prevail against righteous men in the end.

Day 107
Proverbs 14:20-21

Tells us how the rich and the poor are treated in this world. We are told to help the poor.

Day 108
Proverbs 14:22-25

Makes a comparison between good and evil, showing how the good are blessed and evil ones are cursed, because of the wickedness they bring on themselves.

Day 109
Proverbs 14:26-27

Tells us that the fear of the Lord brings life, while the fear of man will snare us.

Day 110
Proverbs 14:28-30

States that rulers who are wise will serve the people, thus winning their favor and support.

Day 111
Proverbs 14:31

Tells us that our attitude toward the poor reflects our attitude toward God.

Day 112
Proverbs 14:32-33

Contrasts the fate of the wicked, who are fools, versus the righteous, who are wise.

Day 113
Proverbs 14:34

Tells us that corporate righteousness will exalt a nation, while corporate sin will bring reproach to a nation.

Day 114
Proverbs 14:35 & 15:1

Tells us that the attitude of a servant should be respectful toward authority (the King). Without submission, the problem of rebellion can stir up wrath.

Day 115
Proverbs 15:2-4

Warns us that God hears the speech of the wise and the foolish. The wise are admonished to use a gentle tongue that will bring life and healing to others.

Day 116
Proverbs 15:5

States that a wise son will heed the instructions and correction given him by his father, while the fool will despise them.

Day 117
Proverbs 15:6-7

Shows us the rewards of the righteous vs. the wicked. The righteous will have God's treasures, while the wicked may have money in this life, but it comes with trouble.

Day 118
Proverbs 15:8-9

Tells us how the ways of the wicked are an abomination to the Lord, while the righteous bring delight to Him.

Day 119
Proverbs 15:10-12

Tells us that the scorner will hate correction and reproof that keep a man on the right path.

Day 120
Proverbs 15:13-14

Compares the difference between a merry heart and a sorrowful heart.

Day 121
Proverbs 15:15

Brings to our attention that we can choose how we are going to react to our circumstances.

Day 122
Proverbs 15:16-17

Tells us that "little" is better with the respect of the Lord, than great treasures with trouble.

Day 123
Proverbs 15:18-21

States that a bad temper, slothfulness, dishonor to parents and foolishness show a total lack of wisdom in a person's life.

Day 124
Proverbs 15:22-24

Advises us to get good counsel when needed.

Day 125
Proverbs 15:25-27

Contrasts the wicked and his deeds, against the righteous and his deeds. God will protect the widow who is consecrated to Him.

Day 126
Proverbs 15:28-29

Tells how the righteous are wise, in that they are not quick to speak, but rather, they ponder and think about how they should answer a person.

Day 127
Proverbs 15:30-33

Points out that we can tell what is in a person's heart by their countenance; as the face, most of the time, reflects the attitude of the soul. People who are joyful bring joy to others.

Day 128
Proverbs 16:1

Reveals the source of true wisdom which comes from the Lord, as He establishes the thoughts of those who commit their works unto Him.

Day 129
Proverbs 16:4

Reveals that God created the devil; however, He did not create him evil.  He became that way when he, as the angel Lucifer, became proud and arrogant and rose up against God.

Day 130
Proverbs 16:5-7

Tells us how the Lord deals with the wicked and proud, as well as His dealings with the righteous. A man that pleases God, even his enemies will be at peace with him.

Day 131
Proverbs 16:8-10

Tells us that having a little money is better, if we have righteousness with it, than having great wealth with injustice.

Day 132
Proverbs 16:11

Tells us that God loves justice and equity as symbolized by a balanced scale.

Day 133
Proverbs 16:12-15

Informs us as to what the role of a king should be, and how a king has the authority to rule.

Day 134
Proverbs 16:16-17

States that Wisdom and understanding are better than having gold and silver. Also warns us of the danger of embracing pride and evil.

Day 135
Proverbs 16:18-20

Tells us that those who become proud (by an over exaggerated opinion of oneself) and are arrogant, and haughty, are preparing themselves for a fall.

Day 136
Proverbs 16:21-24

States that both Wisdom and understanding are increased by the words we hear and the words we speak.

Day 137
Proverbs 16:25

Warns us that we can be deceived if we are not vigilant and discerning.

Day 138
Proverbs 16:26-30

Tells us that a man must work for his bread and that we should avoid mischief and gossip.

Day 139
Proverbs 16:31

Tells us that unless an old man is committed to God, he will fail to have the Wisdom that reflects a crown of beauty and glory.

Day 140
Proverbs 16:32

Tells us that a person who is slow to anger is one who rules his own spirit.

Day 141
Proverbs 16:33

Tells us that having God in our daily lives and activities will make a difference in our destiny.

Day 142
Proverbs 17:1

Tells us that having a little to eat in a household of peace, is better than feasting in a household of strife.

Day 143
Proverbs 17:2

Tells us that a servant who operates in wisdom, has an advantage over a rebellious son.

Day 144
Proverbs 17:3

Records an analogy between the refining of silver and gold and the refining of God's people.

Day 145
Proverbs 17:4-5

Warns us not to give heed to a liar, nor should we mock the poor.

Day 146
Proverbs 17:6-7

States the generational blessings God intended for both parents and children to enjoy, plus emphasizes how our speech betrays us.

Day 147
Proverbs 17:8-9

Informs us  of moral virtues and their contrary vices, pertaining to bribes, gossip and unforgiveness.

Day 148
Proverbs 17:10-12

Instructs us to yield to reproof rather than being foolish to our own destruction.

Day 149
Proverbs 17:13-15

Tells us  that if we support and reward an evil cause, it will bring evil back upon us.

Day 150
Proverbs 17:16-18

Tells us that even if a fool has money, he cannot purchase Wisdom because true Wisdom comes only to those who have a heart for it.

Day 151
Proverbs 17:19-21

Tells us that those who love to sin and enjoy strife are seeking destruction.

Day 152
Proverbs 17:22

Tells us that our attitude will affect the physical state of our body.

Day 153
Proverbs 17:23-25

Tells us about men who will lie and pervert judgment for a gift that is a bribe. 

Day 154
Proverbs 17:26-28

Compares the actions of the righteous with the actions of the wicked. Tells us that a man who holds is peace is wise.

Day 155
Proverbs 18:1-3

States that those who seek to live without God and without other people are not only selfish, they also seek their own way and refuse all wisdom and good judgment.

Day 156
Proverbs 18:4

Tells us that the words of a man's mouth are as deep waters, and the wellspring of wisdom is like a flowing brook.

Day 157
Proverbs 18:5-8

Tells us that fools who cause contention with their words, will not only be self destructive, but will bring destruction to others, as well.

Day 158
Proverbs 18:9

Tells us that a slothful person is kindred to one who is wasteful and a destroyer.

Day 159
Proverbs 18:10

Tells us there is power in names and that the name of the Lord is like a strong tower.

Day 160
Proverbs 18:11-12

Tells us that men who think their wealth will always be there can suffer a downfall, when there is misplaced trust in riches.

Day 161
Proverbs 18:13-15

Tells us the importance of speaking properly and listening to the voice of wisdom.   Making premature judgments will cause us to be ashamed should we find out we were wrong in our suppositions.

Day 162
Proverbs 18:16

Points out  that a man who presents a gift to someone will gain an audience with him.

Day 163
Proverbs 18:17-18

Tells us how a case can be made for both sides of a discourse. It also deals with relationship problems when it comes to contentions and disputes.

Day 164
Proverbs 18:19

Tells us when a person is offended, it is very difficult to win his favor again.

Day 165
Proverbs 18:20-21

Tells us that life and death are in the power of our words.

Day 166
Proverbs 18:22

Tells us that a good wife comes from the Lord.

Day 167
Proverbs 18:23-24

Tells us how the poor approach things, versus those who are rich. Also defines a good friend who sticks closer than a brother.

Day 168
Proverbs 19:1-2

Tells us there is great value on the virtue of integrity. Also, tells us to not be hasty in making major decisions.

Day 169
Proverbs 19:3

States that men who are resentful against God will not have a relationship with Him because they blame God for their lot in life instead of seeing their own sin.

Day 170
Proverbs 19:4-9

Tells us in the world, wealthy people, or those with status, will be sought out for their favors. Also, speaks about punishment for false witnesses and how Wisdom brings prosperity.

Day 171
Proverbs 19:10-12

Says that it is not fitting that a foolish person should live in luxury. Also, that a man should restrain his anger, not yield to it.

Day 172
Proverbs 19:13-14

Tells us that a father who has a foolish son will suffer for it.  Also, if he has a wife who is contentious it will wear him down.  A good wife is from the Lord.

Day 173
Proverbs 19:15-16

Tells us the fate of those who are lazy and idle -- they shall go hungry.

Day 174
Proverbs 19:17

Tells us that when we give to the poor, we are actually lending to God, and God-Himself will reward us.

Day 175
Proverbs 19:18

Gives us advice in regard to disciplining children. We are never to do it in our own anger.

Day 176
Proverbs 19:19-20

Tells us how to deal with angry and rebellious people through the Wisdom that is gained by the instruction and counsel of the Lord.

Day 177
Proverbs 19:21

 States the sovereignty of God over the plans of men.

Day 178
Proverbs 19:22

Tells us what men expect of other men, and that God considers our character more important to Him than our circumstances.

Day 179
Proverbs 19:23

Tells us that the reverential "fear of the Lord" leads to life and keeps us from being "visited with evil."

Day 180
Proverbs 19:24-25

Records the height of laziness in some men. Also tells us how to approach and deal with those that are scorners, as well as reproving the teachable.

Day 181
Proverbs 19:26-27

Tells us about a son (or daughter) who wastes his father, and chases away his mother (will not listen to her) and causes the family shame and reproach.

Day 182
Proverbs 19:28-29

Deals with judgment and also judgments.

Day 183
Proverbs 20:1

Deals with the danger of drinking alcoholic beverages.

Day 184
Proverbs 20:2-3

Deals with civil issues and the positions that have been given authority to rule over certain areas of the society.

Day 185
Proverbs 20:4-5

Tells us that a "sluggard" (one who is slothful and lazy) will end up having nothing because he will refuse to work if it is not easy.

Day 186
Proverbs 20:6-7

Gives us observations of how prideful men act without God and also how righteous men act when they allow God to rule their lives.

Day 187
Proverbs 20:8-9

States that a good ruler is continually looking for ways to remove the evil in his domain, so that it is not destroyed. Also deals with the heart of man and his sins.

Day 188
Proverbs 20:10-11

These scriptures in Proverbs are dealing with integrity versus cheating.

Day 189
Proverbs 20:11-12

We find that the book of wisdom has a lot to say about the raising of children.

Day 190
Proverbs 20:13

These verses in Proverbs address a certain work ethic that deals with a life discipline that must be cultivated in order to be successful in life, that is, overcoming laziness in the form of sleeping too much.

Day 191
Proverbs 20:14-15

The book of Proverbs has a lot to say about trade and commerce policies.

Day 192
Proverbs 20:16-17

These Proverbs, in essence, tell us to avoid a man who has a bad character.

Day 193
Proverbs 20:18

In verse 18 we are told to undertake counsel in order to establish our plans and purposes and especially in the matter of war.

Day 194
Proverbs 20:19-21

The wisdom in these verses specifically warns us not to associate with unscrupulous people and not to curse our parents.

Day 195
Proverbs 20:22-23

The book of Proverbs gives us instructions as to how we are to react toward those who do evil things to us.

Day 196
Proverbs 20:24-25

The wisdom in today's verses tell us that to understand our way in this earth we must know God and that we are also to be careful about making any promises to God that we do not keep.

Day 197
Proverbs 20:26-28

The book of Proverbs even records instructions to kings and rulers, as well as guidance to individuals.

Day 198
Proverbs 20:29-30

These verses in Proverbs tell us there should be no generational gap, as both young and old are needed and they also point out the need for correction.

Day 199
Proverbs 21:1-2

These scriptures validate that God is not only sovereign, but give us insight into His omniscience and His omnipresence.

Day 200
Proverbs 21:3-4

Today's verses from the book of Proverbs tell us that doing right is more important than sacrificing anything, and that man's pride and life without God is sinful.

Day 201
Proverbs 21:5-6

These verses in Proverbs tells us that certain good virtues produce wealth, while evil virtues lead to lack and death.

Day 202
Proverbs 21:7-8

These verses tell of the fate of the wicked who are thieves and violent men, in contrast to the fate of those who are pure in their affairs.

Day 203
Proverbs 21:9-10

Today's verses in Proverbs are a strong admonition and warning to be careful about relationships.

Day 204
Proverbs 21:11-12

These verses in Proverbs show us that there are two ways to gain instruction in living. One is to learn by instruction and observation.

Day 205
Proverbs 21:13-14

These verses in Proverbs warn us to be sensitive to the needs of the poor and to always extend mercy and avoid using bribes to deal with angry situations.

Day 206
Proverbs 21:15-16

These scriptures tell us of the fate and judgment of those who pursue unrighteousness and those that are just.

Day 207
Proverbs 21:17-18

These verses deal with misplaced values; and also how the Lord turns things around, and blesses the righteous through the wicked, who forfeit their blessings.

Day 208
Proverbs 21:19-20

These scriptures in Proverbs warn us not to get into relationships with the wrong people, and caution us not to be foolish and waste things.

Day 209
Proverbs 21:21

This scripture in Proverbs reveals to us, that seeking after righteousness, is the secret of an honorable and overcoming life.

Day 210
Proverbs 21:22

This scripture in Proverbs tells us that a wise man can take a city and bring down the mighty stronghold of any enemy.

Day 211
Proverbs 21:23-24

These scriptures in Proverbs tell us to guard our speech and to resist being proud and haughty. Verse 23 is a warning to be careful what we say, as our words can actually keep us from trouble.

Day 212
Proverbs 21:25-27

These scriptures in Proverbs tell us of the fate of those who refuse to work, and also those who make wicked sacrifices, as opposed to those who are generous givers.

Day 213
Proverbs 21:28-29

Throughout the book of Proverbs, we continue to find comparisons between the wicked and the upright, and in these scriptures we are told the wicked person will perish, while the upright man will endure and be established in his society.

Day 214
Proverbs 21:30-31

These scriptures in Proverbs tell us that ultimately, no matter how formable a battle looks, and no matter how well prepared we might be, the outcome and victory of that battle rests in our faith in the Lord and His capabilities.

Day 215
Proverbs 22:1-2

These verses in Proverbs tell us the value of virtue in one's life is better than being wealthy, as material prosperity will mean nothing on judgment day.

Day 216
Proverbs 22:3-4

These verses in Proverbs tell us that if we are prudent and seek the Lord with humility, He will give us discernment so that we do not go down a destructive path.

Day 217
Proverbs 22:5-6

These verses in Proverbs speak of the fate of the rebellious, as well as instructing parents to train their children in the right way.

Day 218
Proverbs 22:7-8

These verses in Proverbs tells us how the power of wealth gives people an advantage over others, and that vanity will be reaped by those who sow iniquity.

Day 219
Proverbs 22:9-10

These verses in Proverbs tell us that a person who is generous shall be blessed, and that contention must be dealt with in order to maintain peace.

Day 220
Proverbs 22:11-12

These verses in Proverbs tell us that those who love pureness of heart will have the king (Jesus) as their friend, and He will overthrow the words of sinners.

Day 221
Proverbs 22:13-14

These verses in Proverbs record the cry of the slothful, and also give men a warning about listening to loose women.

Day 222
Proverbs 22:15-16

These verses in Proverbs deal with the discipline of children, and also gives us instructions not to oppress the poor, nor pander to the wealthy.

Day 223
Proverbs 22:17-18

These verses in Proverbs tell us that when we submit to, and confess the Word of God in our lives that it will be pleasant for us.

Day 224
Proverbs 22:19-21

These verses in Proverbs are all about knowing truth, and who is the source of all truth.

Day 225
Proverbs 22:22-23

These verses in Proverbs warn us not to rob from those who are poor, as the Lord will take up their cause, and the robber himself will be afflicted.

Day 226
Proverbs 22:24-25

These verses in Proverbs tell us to avoid any friendships with habitually angry men.

Day 227
Proverbs 22:26-27

These verses in Proverbs give us advice in the area of pledging security (surety) for another's debts.

Day 228
Proverbs 22:28-29

These verses in Proverbs tell us that we are to respect the boundaries that our fathers have set.

Day 229
Proverbs 22:29

These verses in Proverbs declare that those who are diligent in business will receive an audience with kings.

Day 230
Proverbs 23:1-3

These verses in Proverbs give us some advice about socializing and eating with those in prosperous positions.

Day 231
Proverbs 23:4-5

These verses in Proverbs tell us that our goal should not be, to become materially rich, but rather to have God and His wisdom. As Christians, our goal should be to seek to become like Jesus.

Day 232
Proverbs 23:6-8

Much advice from the book of Proverbs is directed to establishing the proper relationships by avoiding evil associations.

Day 233
Proverbs 23:9-11

These verses in Proverbs give advice about not sharing wisdom with fools and also tells us that God defends the fatherless.

Day 234
Proverbs 23:12

This verse in Proverbs is an admonition to listen to the Lord's correction and advice, and study the Word of God.

Day 235
Proverbs 23:13-14

These verses in Proverbs tell us that we must correct our children by spanking them when they are disobedient.

Day 236
Proverbs 23:15-16

In these verses in Proverbs we find a father rejoicing when his son has a heart of wisdom and speaks rightly.

Day 237
Proverbs 23:17-18

These verses in Proverbs advise us not to envy what sinners may have today; for in time, as Christians, our rewards will come when we respect the Lord.

Day 238
Proverbs 23:19-21

These verses in Proverbs are the words of a father to his son in regard to staying away from the wild crowd of drunkards and gluttons, in order to keep him from poverty

Day 239
Proverbs 23:22

These verses in Proverbs instruct us to honor our parents and seek truth, wisdom, instruction and understanding.

Day 240
Proverbs 23:23

These verses in Proverbs continue to admonish young people to honor their parents so that they might take joy in having wise children.

Day 241
Proverbs 23:24-26

This verse in Proverbs is an invitation to come to the Lord and learn of His ways

Day 242
Proverbs 23:27-28

These verses in Proverbs are a warning from a father to his son to avoid the snare of being seduced by a whore.

Day 243
Proverbs 23: 29-35

These verses in Proverbs paint a picture of what addiction to alcohol will produce in one's life.

Day 244
Proverbs 24:1-2

These verses in Proverbs tell us not to be envious of wicked men and to stay away from their company.

Day 245
Proverbs 24:3-4

These verses in Proverbs tell us that through wisdom, knowledge and understanding we can lay a proper foundation for our lives, and it is also needed to build and furnish it with precious things.

Day 246
Proverbs 24:5

This verse in Proverbs tells us that strength is gained by wisdom and knowledge.

Day 247
Proverbs 24:6

This verse in Proverbs states that for the purpose of war, good counsel is a must.

Day 248
Proverbs 24:7-8

These verses in Proverbs tell us that those who are fools, and those who desire to do evil, will not be able to stand among those who have the authority to judge them.

Day 249
Proverbs 24:9

This verse in Proverbs tells us that even our thoughts can be sinful and one who is a scoffer is an abomination to men.

Day 250
Proverbs 24:10

This verse in Proverbs tells us that we are weak and only have small strength if we are unable to withstand adversity.

Day 251
Proverbs 24:11-12

These verses in Proverbs tell us that our Christian duty is to try and rescue those who are in situations that will lead them to death.

Day 252
Proverbs 24:13-14

These verses in Proverbs compare the eating of honey to the getting of godly Wisdom, and it is sweet.

Day 253
Proverbs 24:15-16

These verses in Proverbs are a warning to the wicked not to attack the a righteous man, nor his goods and home, as the wicked man will reap calamity for the evil he does.

Day 254
Proverbs 24:17-18

These verses in Proverbs are a warning for us not to be glad when our enemies fall or stumble as the Lord is not pleased with that kind of attitude.

Day 255
Proverbs 24:19-20

These verses in Proverbs tell us not to fret about anything the wicked may have, for evil men will have no reward and no light given to them.

Day 256
Proverbs 24:21-22

These verses in Proverbs tell us to respect authority, whether it be God, or the rulers in the earth; and also to avoid people who are disloyal and unstable with a rebellious nature.

Day 257
Proverbs 24:23

This verse in Proverbs is addressed to the wise, who are told not to discriminate, nor show partiality when sitting in a position of judgment.

Day 258
Proverbs 24:24-26

These verses in Proverbs continue to exhort judges to execute their judgments in a fair and just manner thereby winning the hearts of the people.

Day 259
Proverbs 24:27

This verse in Proverbs gives wise instruction to build your business before you build a new house.

Day 260
Proverbs 24:28-29

These verses in Proverbs warn us not to bear false witness against our neighbor, nor render evil for evil.

Day 261
Proverbs 24:30-32

These verses in Proverbs tells us the slothful or lazy person's property will be evidenced by the obvious neglect and lack of care that it shows.

Day 262
Proverbs 24:33-34

These verses in Proverbs tell us that too much sleep will rob us our productivity and we shall come to poverty.

Day 263
Proverbs 25:1-3

These verses in Proverbs tell us that King Solomon was the author of this book and though God has His wisdom concealed from men, we can search it out and know it, even as this king did.

Day 264
Proverbs 25:4-5

These verses in Proverbs make a comparison of how silver is refined, to that of removing wickedness from the kingdom.

Day 265
Proverbs 25:6-7

These verses from Proverbs give advice not to exalt ourselves in the presence of important people, but rather to take an humble position.

Day 266
Proverbs 25:8-10

These verses from Proverbs warn us not to get into a public quarrel, but rather, try to settle the problem with our neighbor first privately, as he could testify against us and take us to court and they could rule in his favor and we could end up in shame.

Day 267
Proverbs 25:11-12

This verse from Proverbs paints a picture of how a word that is spoken wisely appears to others.

Day 268
Proverbs 25:12

This verse from Proverbs uses an illustration as to how a gold earring becomes an ornament on an ear, so are the wise man's words of reproof, when someone has a listening ear and will obey.

Day 269
Proverbs 25:13

This verse from Proverbs express how it feels to someone when a faithful messenger delivers the message sent by him and compares it to the end of harvest time.

Day 270
Proverbs 25:14

This verse from Proverbs makes a comparison between a man who boasts and lies about what he has done, with clouds and wind that come up and yet produce no rain.

Day 271
Proverbs 25:15

This verse from Proverbs tells us that it will take much patience to persuade a ruler or judge to change his mind, but it can be done if one is humble and soft spoken in their presentation.

Day 272
Proverbs 25:16

This verse from Proverbs teaches us to eat honey, and things like it that are sweet and pleasurable, in moderation, or we will become ill by overindulgence.

Day 273
Proverbs 25:17

This verse from Proverbs warns that people can over-extend their visits, and by doing so, can destroy a friendship because too much visiting can turn into invasion of privacy.

Day 274
Proverbs 25:18

This verse from Proverbs describes how a person who is a false witness affects another -- it is like a sharp and heavy blow against them.

Day 275
Proverbs 25:19

This verse from Proverbs states that when anyone puts their confidence in someone who is unfaithful in a time of trouble, they will have a painful experience.

Day 276
Proverbs 25:20

This verse from Proverbs tells us that we should be sensitive as to how we are to minister to those who are depressed.

Day 277
Proverbs 25:21-22

These verses from Proverbs tell us the way to overcome evil from an enemy is to reach out and help them and by doing this, the Lord will then pay us back with a reward.

Day 278
Proverbs 25:23-24

These verses from Proverbs tell us that someone who has a backbiting tongue and a woman who is quarrelsome will cause others to be angry with them.

Day 279
Proverbs 25:25

This verse from Proverbs make a comparison between hearing good news, and drinking cold water when one is thirsty.

Day 280
Proverbs 25:26

This verse from Proverbs compares a righteous man who compromises, to a polluted spring.

Day 281
Proverbs 25:27-28

These verses from Proverbs tell us that it is not good to boast of one's own accomplishments, and also states that one who cannot rule their own spirit is like a broken down city.

Day 282
Proverbs 26:1

This verse from Proverbs tells us that honor bestowed upon a self-confident foolish person is not fitting.

Day 283
Proverbs 26:2

This verse from Proverbs tells us that curses that come to someone's life are not by accident, there is a reason behind them.

Day 284
Proverbs 26:3

This verse from Proverbs tells us that some people will only be persuaded to obey, by receiving their instruction through punishment, like a horse and a donkey, that only move when a whip or a bridle is applied.

Day 285
Proverbs 26:4-5

These verses from Proverbs tell us how to address a self confident, conceited, person who is acting foolishly.

Day 286
Proverbs 26:6-9

These verses from Proverbs tell us the damage a fool can do if given the opportunity.

Day 287
Proverbs 26:10-11

These verses from Proverbs tell us that since God has formed all things, He will justly reward the transgressors and also fools, as they are like dogs who return to their own vomit.

Day 288
Proverbs 26:10-12

This verse from Proverbs tells us that pride and conceit are more deadly sins, than the sin of a self-confident fool.

Day 289
Proverbs 26:13-14

These verses from Proverbs tells us that a slothful and lazy person will never get anything done because of his fear of trouble and his desire to sleep away his life.

Day 290
Proverbs 26:15-16

These verses from Proverbs describe the height of laziness when a person refuses to even feed himself ,and then considers himself smarter than seven wise men.

Day 291
Proverbs 26:17

This verse from Proverbs warns us to stay away from situations where there is strife, as it may get you in trouble; as it is like trying to pick up a dog by his ears.

Day 292
Proverbs 26:18-19

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a man who lies and deceives his neighbor, and then claims it was a joke is like a madman throwing firebrands, arrows and death.

Day 293
Proverbs 26:20-22

These verses from Proverbs tell us that when a talebearer is around, they will continually stir up strife, just like wood added to a fire that increases the flames.

Day 294
Proverbs 26:23

This verse from Proverbs compares those who have a wicked heart and yet utter insincere words of love, with a vessel that only has a thin veneer of silver dross over an earthen pot.

Day 295
Proverbs 26:24-26

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a person who speaks nicely with his mouth, but inwardly is deceitful, will eventually be found out by all.

Day 296
Proverbs 26:27

This verse from Proverbs tells us those who try to trap or destroy others will find their own devices will trap and destroy them. This is based on the spiritual law of sowing and reaping.

Day 297
Proverbs 26:28

This verse from Proverbs tells us that behind a lying tongue is hatred, and flattery from someone like this will only work ruin.

Day 298
Proverbs 27:1

This verse from Proverbs tells us not to boast about anything that we might do, as we do not know what a day may bring.

Day 299
Proverbs 27:2

This verse from Proverbs tells that we should not brag about our own accomplishments, but allow others to notice them and speak our praise.

Day 300
Proverbs 27:3-4

These verses from Proverbs tell us that jealousy and envy are greater burdens, than the heavy weights of the cruelty of wrath and anger.

Day 301
Proverbs 27:5-6

These verses from Proverbs tell us that true friendship includes honest rebuke when needed, and states that it is better than insincere compliments from an enemy.

Day 302
Proverbs 27:7

This verse from Proverbs tells us that a person who has an abundance of food, will not care for an honeycomb; while a person who is hungry, even food that is bitter is sweet to them.

Day 303
Proverbs 27:8

This verse from Proverbs tells us that a man who wanders from his home and wife, is like a bird that has wandered from it's nest.

Day 304
Proverbs 27:9-10

These verses from Proverbs tell us the value of true friendship, as a good friend will be there for us in our day of calamity, while sometimes our own family will not support us.

Day 305
Proverbs 27:11

This verse from Proverbs is a father's charge to his son to be wise so that there will be no charges against him as to how he raised his son.

Day 306
Proverbs 27:12

This verse from Proverbs states that a man who is watchful will see the warning signs of impending trouble or danger, and will plan on how to avoid it.

Day 307
Proverbs 27:13-14

These verses from Proverbs state cases where we can take note of advice in two areas; one - making known the risks of one who pledges things indiscreetly, and secondly -alerting us to be highly suspicious of those who go too far with flattery.

Day 308
Proverbs 27:15-16

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a contentious woman is very hard to deal with; that being the case, it would be wisdom to avoid marrying a woman like that.

Day 309
Proverbs 27:17-19

These verses from Proverbs tell us how a relationship is sharpened, how a faithful servant will be honored and how others will receive in their hearts what we reflect from ours.

Day 310
Proverbs 27:20

This verse from Proverbs tells those who yield to lust will never be satisfied, just as hell is never satisfied as it is always calling for more inhabitants.

Day 311
Proverbs 27:21

This verse from Proverbs tells us, just as the refining process of silver and gold brings out the impurities in them, praise given to a man, will also bring out the impurities in him.

Day 312
Proverbs 27:22

This verse from Proverbs tells us how bad character traits are so deeply engrained that it is impossible to remove them even with drastic measures.

Day 313
Proverbs 27:23-24

These verses from Proverbs exhort us to be diligent in how we handle our business affairs, because even if we have riches and fame at a point in time, that status can change.

Day 314
Proverbs 27:25-27

These verses from Proverbs give the farmer a plan for sustaining his business, and we can learn from these instructions and devise a model for planning and managing our households and enterprises today.

Day 315
Proverbs 28:1

This verse from Proverbs tells us that those who are righteous, and who do not compromise will be as "bold as a lion" in their position, while those who are wicked will back down and flee.

Day 316
Proverbs 28:2

This verse from Proverbs tells us that wickedness in a nation will create a situation where there are many changes in leadership or there are many trying to rule; however, when a wise man rules a nation, it will produce stability.

Day 317
Proverbs 28:3

This verse from Proverbs tells us that when one who is a wicked person, and is similar in need, takes advantage of their own kind, they are like the destruction of a sweeping rain.

Day 318
Proverbs 28:4-5

These verses from Proverbs tell us that those who are rebels themselves, will praise those who are wicked; while the law keepers will contend with them.

Day 319
Proverbs 28:6-7

These verses from Proverbs tell us that it is better to have character even though you are poor, than to be perverse in your ways and be rich.

Day 320
Proverbs 28:8-9

These verses from Proverbs tell us those who use unjust means to make money will see their fortunes, in time, fall into the hands of those who will pity the poor and give to them; and those who are rebellious and refuse to hear God and man's laws - their prayers are an abomination to God.

Day 321
Proverbs 28:10-12

These verses from Proverbs make a comparison between the righteous and the wicked, telling us that the wicked will fall into their own pit.

Day 322
Proverbs 28:13-14

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a person who confesses their sin shall have mercy, while the one who hides them will not prosper.

Day 323
Proverbs 28:15-16

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a ruler who is wicked, is like a wild, hungry animal that is looking to devour its prey.

Day 324
Proverbs 28:17-18

These verses from Proverbs tell us there is a penalty for murder; however, there is a way to be saved even when someone is guilty of murder.

Day 325
Proverbs 28:19-20

These verses from Proverbs tell us that those who are diligent in laboring will be blessed, while those who look for ways to "get rich quick" will suffer the consequences.

Day 326
Proverbs 28:21-22

These verses from Proverbs tell us that showing favoritism or being prejudice is not good; neither is selling out for food, and the man who has an evil, covetous eye will reap poverty.

Day 327
Proverbs 28:22-24

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a man who is honest and rebukes someone will find more favor than a deceitful flatterer.

Day 328
Proverbs 28:25-26

These verses from Proverbs tell us that at the root of strife and self-confident foolishness is pride; however, those who trust in God and walk in His Wisdom will be delivered and prosper.

Day 329
Proverbs 28:27-28

These verses from Proverbs tell us that those who give to the poor shall never lack themselves, but those who look the other way will be cursed

Day 330
Proverbs 29:1-2

These verses from Proverbs tell us those who become hardened when they are reproved for wrong doing, will suddenly be destroyed.

Day 331
Proverbs 29:3-4

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a son who loves godly wisdom will bring joy to his father's heart, while the son who visits harlots will, not only grieve his father, but will also waste away his finances.

Day 332
Proverbs 29:5-7

These verses from Proverbs tell us people who use flattery have the wrong motives and their intentions are to set a trap for others; while a righteous man is a man free from guilt, therefore he can sing and is happy.

Day 333
Proverbs 29:8-9

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a scornful person will incite others by their contentious natures, and it can spread to the whole city; while a wise man will seek to bring peace among people.

Day 334
Proverbs 29:10-11

These verses from Proverbs tell us that murderers hate righteous people, while the righteous seek ways to see that evil men's souls are saved.

Day 335
Proverbs 29:12-14

These verses from Proverbs tell us that a wicked ruler will have wicked officials around him; also, that God gives light to both the poor and the deceitful; and a king that judges faithfully will have a throne that is secure.

Day 336
Proverbs 29:15-17

These verses from Proverbs give instruction for raising and disciplining children; and also states the destiny of the wicked because of their sin.

Day 337
Proverbs 29:18

This verse from Proverbs tells us when there is no vision and revelation from God, that a people will perish.

Day 336
Proverbs 29:15-17

These verses from Proverbs give instruction for raising and disciplining children; and also states the destiny of the wicked because of their sin.

Day 337
Proverbs 29:18

This verse from Proverbs tells us when there is no vision and revelation from God, that a people will perish.

Day 338
Proverbs 29:19-21

These verses from Proverbs give us instruction as to how a servant or employee should be treated, and also warn us there is more hope for a fool, than a man who is hasty with his words.

Day 339
Proverbs 29:22-24

These verses from Proverbs tell us how those with bad characteristics like anger, pride and thievery stir up strife and will be brought low; while men of humility will come to honor.

Day 340
Proverbs 29:25-27

These verses from Proverbs tell us that the fear of man is a trap, while those who put their trust in the Lord will be safe.

Day 341
Proverbs 30:1-4

These verses from Proverbs are the words of a man named Agur, who is a man of secular learning and does not consider himself a spiritual man, as he has not learned godly Wisdom; yet, he is a man who is perceptive about the things of God.

Day 342
Proverbs 30:5-6

These verses from Proverbs tell us that the Word of God is pure and we can confidently put our trust in His Word and also warns men not to tamper with the Bible.

Day 343
Proverbs 30:7-9

These verses from Proverbs are the cry of Agur's heart asking God to cleanse him from all vanity and lies and also, for God to just supply him with his basic needs, as he does not want to be poor, nor does he want to be rich.

Day 344
Proverbs 30:10

This verse from Proverbs tells us not to falsely accuse or scold another man's servant, as the servant's owner will curse you for adding to the burdens of the lowly

Day 345
Proverbs 30:11-14

These verses from Proverbs tell us there is a generation of people who are so wicked that they curse their own parents; and they are so prideful they do not see their own wickedness of evil speaking, and taking advantage of the poor and needy for their own benefit.

Day 346
Proverbs 30:15-16

These verses from Proverbs record things that are destructive and are never satisfied

Day 347
Proverbs 30:17

This verse from Proverbs tells us the penalty for mocking, scorning and disobeying our parents is death.

Day 348
Proverbs 30:18-19

These verses from Proverbs state that there are four things that are very wonderful, and yet, mysterious: how an eagle flies, how a serpent slithers, how a ship sails, and how a man and woman are attracted to one another.

Day 349
Proverbs 30:20-23

These verses from Proverbs describe an array of different people who are rebellious sinners that cause those who know them to be disturbed and troubled.

Day 350
Proverbs 30:24-28

These verses from Proverbs give us an example of four things that are little, yet wise in their actions.

Day 351
Proverbs 30:29-31

These verses from Proverbs tell us there are four things that are stately in step, and in their stride (three are animals) and the fourth is a king who is in command, with no one rising up against him.

Day 352
Proverbs 30:32-33

These verses from Proverbs instructs us not to exalt ourselves and also to guard our mouths from speaking the evil things that we think.

Day 353
Proverbs 31:1-3

These verses from Proverbs is advice given to a king by his mother to keep him from ruining his life and destroying his position

Day 354
Proverbs 31:4-7

These verses from Proverbs are a mother's advice to his son, who is king, and she warns of the danger of drinking wine and strong drink because it causes one to forget what the law requires, and pervert justice, especially in the cause of those who are afflicted.

Day 355
Proverbs 31:8-9

These verses from Proverbs record more advice from a mother telling her son the things that he should do as a king, and an important one, is to speak up for the cause of the poor and needy.

Day 356
Proverbs 31:10-12

These verses from Proverbs ask the question, "Who can find a virtuous woman? The next verses and the remainder of this chapter, proceed with giving a description of this incredible woman.

Day 357
Proverbs 31:13-14

These verses from Proverbs begin to list all the different duties and things that this virtuous woman in this chapter is involved in doing.

Day 358
Proverbs 31:15-16

These verses from Proverbs tell us that the virtuous woman is one who is disciplined to rise early and make preparations spiritually, as well as physically, for the day at hand.

Day 359
Proverbs 31:17-18

These verses tell us how the virtuous woman in Proverbs 31 is a woman of strength and perseverance because she does the things that are good and right, that cause her business to prosper.

Day 360
Proverbs 31:19-20

These verses from Proverbs continue to describe how the virtuous woman works with her own hands and reaches out to the poor and ministers to them with a portion of the fruits of her labor.

Day 361
Proverbs 31:21-22

These verses from Proverbs give us a description of how the virtuous woman clothes herself, and her household.

Day 362
Proverbs 31:23-24

These verses from Proverbs continue to describe the many things the virtuous woman does, and because she is such a righteous woman, her husband is also well known among the elders in the community.

Day 363
Proverbs 31:25-26

These verses from Proverbs continue to give us a description of the virtuous woman and we see she is a woman of strength and honor, and is well prepared for the future.

Day 364
Proverbs 31:27-29

These verses from Proverbs 31 continue to list the virtues of this godly woman who takes care of her domestic duties so well, that her children and husband praise her, and consider her to excel above all others.

Day 365
Proverbs 31:30-31

These verses from Proverbs continue to reveal the attributes of this virtuous woman, whose greatest quality is that she is a godly woman who worships and serves her creator.

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