Powered by 4 - December 14, 2011

 

Reverse Approach

today's reading.
Proverbs 18    Whoever isolates himself seeks his own desire; he breaks out against all sound judgment...

the blog.
There are a lot of good words that tell us about being wise in Proverbs 18. But did you notice how much of this chapter touched on speech and our tongues? But what I liked was there was example after example of how foolish people use their speech. Now I like this reverse approach of looking at foolish behavior instead of always reading about what is right because it lets me see the full picture.

So what did you learn about being wise with your tongue? Was there a specific verse that was meaningful to you? (Mine was verse 21). Tami W.

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