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Category Archives: Proverbs
We have at our disposal today more knowledge than at any time in history. They say that more information has been produced in the last thirty years than in the previous five thousand. Today information doubles every four years. Since … Continue reading
A few months ago, we witnessed NBC News anchor Brian Williams’ precipitous fall from grace. Williams lost credibility after exaggerating his experience covering the war in Iraq back in 2003, prompting NBC to remove him from the NBC Nightly News … Continue reading
I believe Proverbs 1.7 to be thematic for the entire text: The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and discipline. I’ve already written about the fear of the LORD in a previous post; … Continue reading
The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge. — Proverbs 1.7 The Proverbs emphasize a variety of themes: the value of wisdom; the perils of folly; the destructive nature of pride; the importance of resourcefulness; compassion for the … Continue reading
And you Of tender years Can’t know the fears That your elders grew by And so please help Them with your youth They seek the truth Before they can die “Teach Your Children Well” — Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young … Continue reading