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Proverbs Reading: Day 41

Solomon’s proverbs, published by the scribes of King Hezekiah:
God conceals the revelation of his word in the hiding place of his glory. But the honor of kings is revealed by how they thoroughly search out the deeper meaning of all that God says.
The heart of a king is full of understanding, like the heavens are high and the ocean is deep.
If you burn away the impurities from silver, a sterling vessel will emerge from the fire.
And if you purge corruption from the kingdom, a king’s reign will be established in righteousness.
Don’t boast in the presence of a king or promote yourself by taking a seat at the head table and pretend that you’re someone important.
For it is better for the king to say to you, “Come, you should sit at the head table,” than for him to say in front of everyone, “Please get up and move— you’re sitting in the place of the prince.”
Don’t be hasty to file a lawsuit. By starting something you wish you hadn’t, you could be humiliated when you lose your case.
Don’t reveal another person’s secret just to prove a point in an argument, or you could be accused of being a gossip
and gain a reputation for being one who betrays the confidence of a friend.
Winsome words spoken at just the right time are as appealing as apples gilded in gold and surrounded with silver.
To humbly receive wise correction adorns your life with beauty and makes you a better person.
A reliable, trustworthy messenger refreshes the heart of his master, like a gentle breeze blowing at harvest time— cooling the sweat from his brow.
Clouds that carry no water and a wind that brings no refreshing rain— that’s what you’re like when you boast of a gift that you don’t have.

Proverbs 25:1-14 TPT

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