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31-Day Morning and Evening Devotional in Proverbs.
Living successfully requires wisdom. So with God’s help over the next 31 days, we will be learning about wisdom from one of the very best in the field.
King Solomon is widely known for his phenomenal wisdom, unsurpassed wealth, succinct proverbs, eloquent poetry, and his famous love song. Some believe he was wise because he had a head start genetically. After all, his father was King David and his mother, Bathsheba, was the granddaughter of Ahithophel, the wisest of David’s
counselors. But the Scriptures are clear that a profound wisdom specially settled upon him after he humbly solicited God for understanding (1 Kings 3:6–9).
The good news is that you can drink from the same fountain of wisdom as Solomon. “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; a good understanding have all those who do His commandments” (Psalm 111:10).
This one-month devotional is drawn from the 31 chapters of Proverbs. (It conveniently matches up with several months that contain 31 days.) Each morning and evening meditation considers a couple of choice verses from that day’s chapter. To get the most from this book, I encourage you to read one of the chapters each day along with these devotionals.
For example, on January 14, you could read Proverbs chapter 14 plus the morning and evening devotions found in this book. Naturally, this devotional can also be used any time of year to study the greatness and wisdom of God.
“If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him” (James 1:5).
May God bless your journey through the extraordinary riches of the Proverbs!