TIME FOR TRUTH
PROVERBS
Tweeting Through Proverbs

Introduction: Proverbs is the Bible's book of wise sayings. It has been said, "A proverb a day will keep the devil away."

Proverbs 6:2 — Democrats, who give lip service to New Green Deal lunacy, were snared by their words yesterday. They couldn’t vote "No," lest they prove themselves hypocrites to their radical base, but they couldn’t vote "Yes," lest they appear mad as a hatter to the rest of America.

Proverbs 8:13 — To fear the Lord is to hate evil. Only those who loathe evil and find it intolerable truly fear the Lord.

 

Proverbs 13:13 — The dust on your Bible may prove to be your undoing.

 

Proverbs 13:24 —Kids are like boats, they go in the right direction when paddled from the rear.

 

Proverbs 14:4 — Some are devoted to keeping their crib clean in life; others to the dirty work of plowing life's fields. The latter are productive in life's inevitable disarray; the former are persnickety over life’s inconsequential details.

 

Proverbs 14:34 — A nation that fights for the right, believing that right makes might, is exalted, but a nation that believes the opposite, that might makes right or that it is powerful enough to do as it pleases, even if it is wrong, is a reproach.

 

Proverbs 16:25 — What fallen men convince themselves of in their flesh is never righteous, but always ruinous.

 

Proverbs 16:33 — We may roll the dice in our lives, but God determines how they fall and what our fortune will be.

 

Proverbs 18:8 — To listen to a gossip’s slander is to have your view of the slandered forever stained, since it fixes a cloud of suspicion over the head of the slandered, irrespective of their guilt or innocence.

 
Proverbs 21:1 — Our world is not in the hands of world rulers, but world rulers are in the hands of God.
 
Proverbs 21:15 — True justice is a delight to the righteous and a deterrent to the evildoer, leaving the former elated and the latter indicted.
 
Proverbs 22:7 — The borrower is ruled by and enslaved to his lender.
 
Proverbs 23:9 — Don’t waste your breath speaking to fools, for they are insensible to good sense.
 

Proverbs 25:28 — As an unwalled city is defenseless and vulnerable to its enemies, undisciplined Christians are defenseless and vulnerable to their enemies—the flesh, the world, and the devil.

Proverbs 26:4-5 — Don’t make a fool of yourself by answering a fool. Instead of answering his silly questions, quote him the Scripture; otherwise, he may think you dumbfounded rather than himself dimwitted.

Proverbs 26:22 — To listen to a gossip’s slander is to have your view of the slandered forever stained, since it fixes a cloud of suspicion over the head of the slandered, irrespective of their guilt or innocence.

Proverbs 29:9 — You can’t win an argument with a fool, for he or she loathes and laughs at logic.