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Bible in a Year 43 OT Job 41 to Proverbs 14

Bible in a Year 43 OT Job 41 to Proverbs 14

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Published by Jay Winters
Bible in a Year guide for week 43 in the Old Testament
Bible in a Year guide for week 43 in the Old Testament

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Published by: Jay Winters on Sep 05, 2010
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 The Bible in a Year
Old Testament Job 41 to Proverbs 14
Read this coming week:
Sep 5
 Job 41‐42, Ps 62, John 2
Sep 6
Prov 1‐2, Ps 63, John 3
Sep 7
Prov 3‐4, Ps 64, John 4
Sep 8
Prov 5‐6, Ps 65, John 5
Sep 9
Prov 7‐8, Ps 66, John 6
Sep 10
Prov 9‐10, Ps 67, John 7
Sep 11
Prov 11‐12, Ps 68:1‐18, John 8
Sep 12
Prov 13‐14, Ps 68:19‐36, John 9
Reading Questions
For next week you’re reading Job 27 to 42. Answer thefollowing:
How does the story of Job end? (42)
What appears to be the purpose of Proverbs fromthe first 2 chapters?
Define the attributes of “wisdom” as Proverbsseems to describe it. (3-4)
What lesson does it appear the ant has to teach?(6)
Wisdom is personified in Chapter 8, how does shecompare with the adulteress in 7?
How does Folly compare with the adulteress andwisdom? (9)
Pick one of the short proverbs in 11 or 12 thatespecially pops out to you.
What is the relationship between king and peoplefound in 14 and does it only blame the ruler?
The Book of Proverbs andWorldview
 The Book of Proverbs is an often times overlooked book.Its short, pithy sayings and lofty philosophical treatisesare sometimes hard to digest quickly. Because of that,we often turn away from the treasures that this bookhas to offer – especially in regards to the way in whichwe view the world.Most likely this compilation of different writers on thesubject of life was put together in order to give Israel anunderstanding of what a God-fearing worldview waslike. The wisdom of the Holy Spirit is communicatedthrough these words, especially in regards to howsomeone who claims a relationship with God should seehis or her relationship with the world.Some clear worldview maxims appear as general ideasin Proverbs:
There is both good and evil/wisdom and follyin the world.
Human beings have the freedom to rejectwisdom and choose folly, but thosedecisions have clear consequences.
The enemies of wisdom will always seemmore enticing, but wisdom will always bebetter in the end.
Human relationships have rules, and thoserules have been established by God.

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