it’s been a difficult couple of weeks, what with starting work again, Grace Curly (my baby girl) deciding she no longer wants to be a big girl and sleep through the night…and don’t even get me started on the supreme annoyance that is a laggy keyboard on a touch screen.
for a minute or two i entertained the idea of giving up on Proverbs but then i thought – let me do one thing and finish it, even if i do so weeks behind schedule. Aluta continua *raises fist*
there is much to say about Proverbs 6, much of which i’m sure you already know and should be working on, if you aspire to excellence in all things:
– watch your mouth for the words you speak carelessly can lead to your demise
– don’t be lazy
– God hates it when we give in to our baser instincts, and journey through life as thieves and liars, among other abominations
-don’t have sex with people you’re not married to – there is no restitution you can make for that and you’ll find yourself in a world of trouble with no way out
Proverbs 6, like every chapter so far, is a veritable mine of wisdom and you’d be doing yourself a favour if you took the time to study and apply it’s teachings.
i feel that the verses of Proverbs 6 don’t need a detailed exposition, the advise seems simple enough and the concepts easy to grasp.
go forth, read and apply!