Proverbs Reading: Day 21

Proverbs Reading: Day 21

It’s Right to Live for God

To learn the truth you must long to be teachable, or you can despise correction and remain ignorant.
If your heart is right, favor flows from the Lord, but a devious heart invites his condemnation.
You can’t expect success by doing what’s wrong. But the lives of his lovers are deeply rooted and firmly planted.
The integrity and strength of a virtuous wife transforms her husband into an honored king. But the wife who disgraces her husband weakens the strength of his identity.
The lovers of God are filled with good ideas that are noble and pure, but the schemes of the sinner are crammed with nothing but lies.
The wicked use their words to ambush and accuse, but the lovers of God speak to defend and protect.
The wicked are taken out, gone for good, but the godly families shall live on.
Everyone admires a man of principles, but the one with a corrupt heart is despised.
Just be who you are and work hard for a living, for that’s better than pretending to be important and starving to death.
A good man takes care of the needs of his pets, while even the kindest acts of a wicked man are still cruel.
Work hard at your job and you’ll have what you need. Following a get-rich-quick scheme is nothing but a fantasy.
The cravings of the wicked are only for what is evil, but righteousness is the core motivation for the lovers of God, and it keeps them content and flourishing.

Wisdom Means Being Teachable

The wicked will get trapped by their words of gossip, slander, and lies. But for the righteous, honesty is its own defense.
For there is great satisfaction in speaking the truth, and hard work brings blessings back to you.
A fool is in love with his own opinion, but wisdom means being teachable.

Proverbs 12:1-15


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