Solomon was the wisest man on the planet in his day and his book of wisdom is brilliantly organized. It simply takes a bit of methodology to be able to see its brilliance.
In this episode, Michael teaches through the tenants of bible study methodology that help us understand the brilliance of the book of Proverbs.
Once you see the literary devices employed in its structure, you’ll never unsee them and your understanding of this text will broaden tremendously.
Wisdom is available to anyone who wants it.
But you have to want it.
- Requires instruction or training
- Produces understanding
- Produces wise behavior
- Produces prudence
- Produces knowledge/learning
- Anyone who wants it can attain it
The Cast of Characters
- The wise
- The wicked
- The naive/gullible
- The fool
- The mocker
- The sluggard
Job 28:28, proverbs 1:7, 1 Kings 3:9, James 3:1, Proverbs 8:22-23, Genesis 3:1, Proverbs 1:2, Proverbs 1:20-23