By Wayne Moody

Benchley, October 18, 2017

  • Introduction
    • Exodus 20:1-7
  • The Proverbs
    • Proverbs 1:5 – acquire wise counsel; hear and increase in learning
    • Proverbs 1:7
    • Proverbs 1:29-30 – choose the fear of the Lord
    • Proverbs 2:5-6
    • Proverbs 3:5-7
    • Proverbs 3:13
    • Proverbs 4:1 – hear the instruction of a father
    • Proverbs 4:5 – acquire wisdom and understanding
    • Proverbs 4:10 – accept my sayings
    • Proverbs 5:1
    • Proverbs 6:20
    • Proverbs 8:32 – listen to wisdom
    • Proverbs 9:10 – the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom
  • Respect and honor for age
    • James 3:17
      • Pure: means not contaminated or polluted
      • Peaceable: is designed to produce peace
      • Gentle: forbearing, equitable, patient
      • Reasonable: compliant, disposition that is agreeable
      • Mercy: full of kindness and compassion
      • Unwavering: without partiality
      • Without hypocrisy: unfeigned or unpretentious
    • Leviticus 19:32
    • Proverbs 23:22
    • Job 12:12
    • Job 8:8
    • Proverbs 16:31
    • Psalms 37:25-26
    • I Timothy 5:1-2
    • I Peter 5:5
    • Proverbs 1:5
    • Proverbs 12:15
    • Proverbs 21:30
  • Respect and honor for age’s wisdom
    • I Kings 12:6-8
  • From what do we learn wisdom?
    • Age is to have this wisdom from above.
    • Listen to wise counsel.
    • Wisdom from above.
    • Wisdom from failure.
    • Wisdom from success.
    • We want wisdom to be what we’ve already decided it is.
    • If we don’t listen, we pay the piper.

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