Wise Up! study in Proverbs

Proverbs 12 is showing us that those who love discipline love knowledge. Anyone who has committed to life learning realizes that it takes discipline.

Next, Solomon realized that God has big plans for us, but those plans won’t come to pass if we don’t accept God’s leading and instruction.

Finally, Are you willing to do what it takes to get to where you want to be? It will take discipline to go through the process of changing, learning, growing, and developing.

Go for it!

1.what does Solomon say about reckless words?

2.What does Solomon say the prudent person does with knowledge in contrast to what a fool does with their folly?

3.How do you summarize this chapter in your own words?

Author: Bill Berger

Hi, my name is Bill Berger, Founder and Teaching Pastor at All Saints Church. I enjoy conversations with all who believe, doubt, and seek as it relates to God, Jesus, and religion. I am currently in a Ph.D program that is looking towards a Nomadic Theology tracing lines of flight for Pentecostal/Evangelical Church in Seattle. I am married to Sue, we live and work in Seattle serving the church we love, All Saints Church. We are always happy and grateful when we are spending time with our 4 children and their families, especially our 2 grandchildren! We are die hard Denver Broncos fans! It is always orange and blue in our house. We follow Oregon State Beaver Basketball, and hope that the Seattle Mariners make it to the World Series in our lifetime.

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