Summary Proverbs 30:
God’s word is flawless. Agur asks to be neither rich nor poor, so he can rely on God continually. Agur rails against those who have cursed their mother and father. He lists things that are never satisfied, that are too amazing, that are small and wise and stately.
Summary Proverbs 31:
King Lemuel advises against spending strength on women and beer. He says to speak up for those who can’t. He lists the wife of noble character who is priceless, who provides for her family, who works vigorously, who helps the poor, speaks with wisdom, watches over the house, is never idle, and fears the Lord.
BSF Study Questions People of the Promised Land 1: Lesson 25, Day 5: Proverbs 30 and 31:
12) Personal Question. My answer: I like the ants who store up food for winter. They are also hard workers. And the eagle in…
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