Lubricating the Mind
Proverbs instruct the simple and wise, thus both gain understanding and prudence. (See Proverbs 1:1-6)
Slip into a SoulSupply proverb or two:
- The times of darkness ebb and flow, while He who is Light still seeks to break in.
- When darkness returns and light has fled, when you can't see the light of tomorrow - look to the light of yesterday.
- Men in desperate times will stagger and fall, but the wise will climb the Rock that is higher and stand.
- Life is as hollow as yesterday is gone. The first can't be filled, nor the other retrieved. Therefore, live only for the audience of One.
- A man's pride is in his honor, but in his grave it is his downfall.
- It is better for a compassionate rich man to meet a poor man, for then poverty shall be exchanged. Yet, who now holds the true wealth?
- It is better to be a man of understanding than a man of greed. The man of understanding will prosper, while the man of greed shall lose even his life.
- It is right for a man to sit alone, for this is how he was formed in the womb and will return to the dust.
When all is said and done - let a man examine his heart, daily remember his maker and honor Him all his days.
Today's Soul Snippet:
“It is important that we get still to wait on God. And it is best that we get alone, preferably with our Bible outspread before us.” ~ A.W. Tozer
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