Gilbert House Fellowship #116: Proverbs 1-6

proverbs02SOLOMON’S WISDOM is legendary, and to the extent it is recorded in the Bible, it is also divinely inspired. This week, we begin our study of the Book of Proverbs, which includes this important proverb in the first chapter:

The fear of Yahweh is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.

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  1. I love the commentary . I feel like I am in your home with you. God bless you guys today. Keep up His work. I am very happy to be entangled with Ya’lls particles and will continue to pray for and fellowship with you. Blessings from Texas

  2. Hello. I feel as if I have the advantage of knowing about you, so would like to introduce myself. I live in Johannesburg, South Africa and even although I am working through your archives, I feel as if time has stood still. Thank you for all the research and study you do to make this so enjoyable. May the Lord continue to bless you both richly. Regards Donnalea Hodgkinson

  3. Statement at 31:47: I disagree.
    We must not interpret everything spiritually and deny its physical intention: You must not under any circumstances have any illegitime relation to the wife of your neighbour.
    If we interprete the context only spiritually, then conversions from any foreign religion would be in conflict with the statement in Prov 5:16. The people in Far East would be to continue Buddha, Allah/Mohammed, the Hindi gods and so on.

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