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Wise Sayings of Solomon (Part 8) – Proverbs Chapter 11:6-10

Join us as we study the proverbs of King Solomon in the Book of Proverbs and follow up on the 21 Days to Knowing Jesus Christ Bible Study. I hope that you enjoy this study and that it will be helpful to you in building a daily Bible study habit. Click the appropriate links below to access the content for the day. You can select what version of the Bible you prefer at the top of the page in the link below (King James Version is the default):

Read The Proverbs of Solomon, Chapter 11 here

There are two links below to the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 11. There is a Concise version and a Complete version. The Concise version is a short, abbreviated version while the Complete version is typically a lot longer and can sometimes be longer than the Biblical text itself. Choose whichever one you have time for. The Complete version goes further in depth but the Concise version is illuminating while not as lengthy.

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 11 (Concise) here

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary of Proverbs Chapter 11 (Complete) here

Listen to a personal reading of Proverbs Chapter 11 here

Observations from the text:

  • In Verses 6-10 of Proverbs Chapter 11 we continue in our reading of the wise sayings or proverbs of Solomon which began in verse 1 of Chapter 10. These wise sayings of Solomon are principles that we can put to use in our lives. A principle is a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning. In this case, these principles are the foundation for righteous living and living in a way that both works and is pleasing to the Lord. In these verses, Solomon contrasts various aspects of the lives of the righteous and the wicked and provides valuable words of wisdom to live by.

    In verse 6, Solomon contrasts the upright and the unfaithful by saying that the righteousness of the upright will deliver them while the unfaithful will be caught by their lust. In this example, the upright exhibit righteousness while the unfaithful are characterized by lust. In this context, the meaning of the word lust is that of a sinful desire. The unfaithful desire the things that God would not want them to pursue while the upright or righteous pursue the things of God. Those who pursue righteousness will be preserved while those who pursue the opposite will be destroyed by their sinful desires.

    In verse 7, Solomon describes the wicked man and the unjust by saying that the expectation of the wicked man and the hope of the unjust will perish. The expectations of the wicked and the hopes of the unjust are not aligned with God’s plan for them. The expectations and hopes of the righteous are focused on things of eternal significance and will endure beyond their physical lives. The wicked and the unjust focus exclusively on the things of the world and will perish eventually. This contrast is essentially one of an eternal focus versus an earthly focus. One endures while the other does not.

    In verse 8, Solomon contrasts the righteous and the wicked by saying that the righteous is delivered from trouble while it goes to the wicked instead. The actions of the righteous avoid trouble to begin with while the actions of the wicked steer them toward trouble. God favors the righteous and delivers them from calamity while the wicked cannot expect the same. The lifestyle of the righteous is aligned with how things work the best while the wicked lifestyle is at odds with the way God wants things to be.

    In verse 9, Solomon contrasts the hypocrite and the righteous by saying that the hypocrite destroys his neighbor with his mouth while the righteous will be delivered through knowledge. A hypocrite is one who indulges in hypocrisy, one who is a pretender, one who says one thing but does something else. A hypocrite claims to have a moral standard that their behavior doesn’t align with. The righteous apply godly knowledge to live in a way that works. The hypocrite professes righteousness while slandering and putting others down.

    In verse 10, Solomon contrasts the righteous and the wicked by saying that the city rejoices when it goes well with the righteous but that there is jubilation when the wicked perishes. The righteous are characterized by treating others as they would be treated themselves. When the righteous has success, it tends to be desirable to all. The wicked, on the other hand, generally have their success at the expense of others. Hence, when the wicked has success, it tends to have an adverse effect on others. Those around the righteous can have joy in their success while those around the wicked can have joy in seeing their efforts fail.

    6 The righteousness of the upright will deliver them,
    But the unfaithful will be caught by their lust.
    7 When a wicked man dies, his expectation will perish,
    And the hope of the unjust perishes.
    8 The righteous is delivered from trouble,
    And it comes to the wicked instead.
    9 The hypocrite with his mouth destroys his neighbor,
    But through knowledge the righteous will be delivered.
    10 When it goes well with the righteous, the city rejoices;
    And when the wicked perish, there is jubilation.

    The words of wisdom of King Solomon are perfect Biblical guides to living in a way that is pleasing and acceptable to God. They also are practical guidelines for living in a way that works in the reality that God has created. Let us all embrace these truths and apply them in our lives every day.

Thank you so much for joining us in our ongoing study. I hope that it is as encouraging and enlightening to you as it is to me. Please follow the ministry of the Mars Hill Institute on our Facebook page at HERE. You can go back and visit the daily posts at any time on the website or Facebook page. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to the website by email so that you can be directly notified when new posts or materials become available.

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What are some key take-aways for you from the Chapter we reviewed today? Feel free to dig further on your own if you have time. Have a GREAT and Blessed Day!

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Wise Sayings of Solomon (Part 7) – Proverbs Chapter 11:1-5

Join us as we study the proverbs of King Solomon in the Book of Proverbs and follow up on the 21 Days to Knowing Jesus Christ Bible Study. I hope that you enjoy this study and that it will be helpful to you in building a daily Bible study habit. Click the appropriate links below to access the content for the day. You can select what version of the Bible you prefer at the top of the page in the link below (King James Version is the default):

Read The Proverbs of Solomon, Chapter 11 here

There are two links below to the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 11. There is a Concise version and a Complete version. The Concise version is a short, abbreviated version while the Complete version is typically a lot longer and can sometimes be longer than the Biblical text itself. Choose whichever one you have time for. The Complete version goes further in depth but the Concise version is illuminating while not as lengthy.

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 11 (Concise) here

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary of Proverbs Chapter 11 (Complete) here

Listen to a personal reading of Proverbs Chapter 11 here

Observations from the text:

  • In Verses 1-5 of Proverbs Chapter 11 we continue in our reading of the wise sayings or proverbs of Solomon which began in verse 1 of Chapter 10. These wise sayings of Solomon are principles that we can put to use in our lives. A principle is a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning. In this case, these principles are the foundation for righteous living and living in a way that both works and is pleasing to the Lord. In these verses, Solomon contrasts various aspects of the lives of the righteous and the wicked and provides valuable words of wisdom to live by.

    In verse 1, Solomon says that dishonest scales are an abomination to the Lord but that a just weight is His delight. God abhors dishonesty and deceit but delights in fair dealing. God’s law revolves around the concepts of 1) honoring Him and 2) loving and respecting others. We ought to live our lives in a way that we honor God by following His commandments and treat others as He would have us to.

    In verse 2, Solomon contrasts the prideful and the humble by saying that when pride comes, then comes shame; but with the humble is wisdom. He is saying that shame can come as a result of excessive pride but that the humble exhibit wisdom. The application of wisdom and understanding produces the opposite results of unwarranted pride. One who is wise in their dealings will likely not be shamed for it, at least not justly shamed.

    In verse 3, Solomon contrasts the upright and the unfaithful by saying that the integrity of the upright will guide them but that the perversity of the unfaithful will destroy them. In referring to the upright, he is talking about those who are righteous and are ones who respect and fear God. The unfaithful are those who reject the ways of God and righteousness. Integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness. The upright will be guided by righteous principles while the unfaithfulness of those who reject God’s ways will destroy them.

    In verse 4, Solomon contrasts the benefits of riches and righteousness by saying that riches do not profit in the day of wrath, but righteousness delivers from death. While wealth has it’s benefits, no amount of earthly riches or wealth can save one from the day of God’s wrath and judgment. However, righteousness is of value in staving off death. Righteousness can preserve one in an eternal perspective and has vastly more value from God’s perspective than material wealth.

    In verse 5, Solomon contrasts righteousness and wickedness by saying the righteousness of the blameless will direct his way aright, but the wicked will fall by his own wickedness. Following the ways of God will always direct one in the right direction. However, ignoring  God’s direction will lead to certain destruction. The wicked destroy themselves through their own choice to ignore the ways of righteousness.

    1 Dishonest scales are an abomination to the Lord,
    But a just weight is His delight.
    2 When pride comes, then comes shame;
    But with the humble is wisdom.
    3 The integrity of the upright will guide them,
    But the perversity of the unfaithful will destroy them.
    4 Riches do not profit in the day of wrath,
    But righteousness delivers from death.
    5 The righteousness of the blameless will direct his way aright,
    But the wicked will fall by his own wickedness.

    The words of wisdom of King Solomon are perfect Biblical guides to living in a way that is pleasing and acceptable to God. They also are practical guidelines for living in a way that works in the reality that God has created. Let us all embrace these truths and apply them in our lives every day.

Thank you so much for joining us in our ongoing study. I hope that it is as encouraging and enlightening to you as it is to me. Please follow the ministry of the Mars Hill Institute on our Facebook page at HERE. You can go back and visit the daily posts at any time on the website or Facebook page. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to the website by email so that you can be directly notified when new posts or materials become available.

You can go back and listen to the audio readings of our study at any time as well at the following links on Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.

You can also access our YouTube channel HERE to view videos associated with this study and the work of the Mars Hill Institute.

What are some key take-aways for you from the Chapter we reviewed today? Feel free to dig further on your own if you have time. Have a GREAT and Blessed Day!

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Wise Sayings of Solomon (Part 6) – Proverbs Chapter 10:26-32

Join us as we study the proverbs of King Solomon in the Book of Proverbs and follow up on the 21 Days to Knowing Jesus Christ Bible Study. I hope that you enjoy this study and that it will be helpful to you in building a daily Bible study habit. Click the appropriate links below to access the content for the day. You can select what version of the Bible you prefer at the top of the page in the link below (King James Version is the default):

Read The Proverbs of Solomon, Chapter 10 here

There are two links below to the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 10. There is a Concise version and a Complete version. The Concise version is a short, abbreviated version while the Complete version is typically a lot longer and can sometimes be longer than the Biblical text itself. Choose whichever one you have time for. The Complete version goes further in depth but the Concise version is illuminating while not as lengthy.

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 10 (Concise) here

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary of Proverbs Chapter 10 (Complete) here

Listen to a personal reading of Proverbs Chapter 10 here

Observations from the text:

  • In Verses 26-32 of Proverbs Chapter 10 we continue in our reading of the wise sayings or proverbs of Solomon which began in verse 1 of this chapter. These wise sayings of Solomon are principles that we can put to use in our lives. A principle is a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning. In this case, these principles are the foundation for righteous living and living in a way that both works and is pleasing to the Lord. In these particular verses, Solomon contrasts various aspects of the lives of the righteous and the wicked.

    In verse 26, Solomon describes the lazy person by saying that the lazy man is like vinegar to the teeth and smoke to the eyes to those who send him. Vinegar to the teeth and smoke to the eyes are unpleasant and sometimes harmful sensations. A lazy person is unpleasant and useless to those who require service or action from him. Diligence is a virtue and is valued by God. Laziness is the antithesis of diligence.

    In verse 27, Solomon contrasts the way of the righteous and the wicked by saying that the fear of the Lord prolongs days but the years of the wicked will be shortened. Fear of the Lord is recognizing God for Who and What He is and giving due reverence and respect to Him and His ways. Following God’s instructions and guidance results in life. The wicked shorten their days by refusing to hear and apply God’s instructions.

    In verse 28, Solomon says that the hope of the righteous will be gladness but that the expectations of the wicked will perish. The righteous have much to look forward to and to be thankful for. Following God’s ways gives one a reason to have hope and produces life and goodness. God blesses the righteous and allows them to have gladness in their lives. The wicked reject the ways of God and rely on their own ways to achieve their own goals. God cannot and will not bless the wicked and so their hopes typically will not be as fulfilling as the lives of the righteous.

    In verse 29, Solomon says that the way of the Lord is strength for the upright but that destruction will come to the workers of iniquity. Following God’s ways and instruction is protective and results in safety. The wicked reject the wisdom of God’s instruction and receive destruction as opposed to protection.

    In verse 30, Solomon says that the righteous will never be removed but that the wicked will not inhabit the earth. God protects and establishes the righteous. The wicked have chosen their own path that is not the same as what God has planned for His own. The wicked cannot rely on God’s protection and provision in the same way that the righteous can.

    In verse 31, Solomon says that the mouth of the righteous brings forth wisdom but that the perverse tongue will be cut out. The righteous speak words of wisdom and words that edify. The tongue that is motivated by wickedness is repulsive and should be removed.

    In verse 32, Solomon says that the lips of the righteous know what is acceptable but that the mouth of the wicked knows what is perverse. The righteous use words that are true and appropriate while the wicked use words that are based on deception and division.

    26 As vinegar to the teeth and smoke to the eyes,
    So is the lazy man to those who send him.
    27 The fear of the Lord prolongs days,
    But the years of the wicked will be shortened.
    28 The hope of the righteous will be gladness,
    But the expectation of the wicked will perish.
    29 The way of the Lord is strength for the upright,
    But destruction will come to the workers of iniquity.
    30 The righteous will never be removed,
    But the wicked will not inhabit the earth.
    31 The mouth of the righteous brings forth wisdom,
    But the perverse tongue will be cut out.
    32 The lips of the righteous know what is acceptable,
    But the mouth of the wicked what is perverse.

    The words of wisdom of King Solomon are perfect Biblical guides to living in a way that is pleasing and acceptable to God. They also are practical guidelines for living in a way that works in the reality that God has created. Let us all embrace these truths and apply them in our lives every day.

Thank you so much for joining us in our ongoing study. I hope that it is as encouraging and enlightening to you as it is to me. Please follow the ministry of the Mars Hill Institute on our Facebook page at HERE. You can go back and visit the daily posts at any time on the website or Facebook page. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to the website by email so that you can be directly notified when new posts or materials become available.

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What are some key take-aways for you from the Chapter we reviewed today? Feel free to dig further on your own if you have time. Have a GREAT and Blessed Day!

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Wise Sayings of Solomon (Part 5) – Proverbs Chapter 10:21-25

Join us as we study the proverbs of King Solomon in the Book of Proverbs and follow up on the 21 Days to Knowing Jesus Christ Bible Study. I hope that you enjoy this study and that it will be helpful to you in building a daily Bible study habit. Click the appropriate links below to access the content for the day. You can select what version of the Bible you prefer at the top of the page in the link below (King James Version is the default):

Read The Proverbs of Solomon, Chapter 10 here

There are two links below to the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 10. There is a Concise version and a Complete version. The Concise version is a short, abbreviated version while the Complete version is typically a lot longer and can sometimes be longer than the Biblical text itself. Choose whichever one you have time for. The Complete version goes further in depth but the Concise version is illuminating while not as lengthy.

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 10 (Concise) here

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary of Proverbs Chapter 10 (Complete) here

Listen to a personal reading of Proverbs Chapter 10 here

Observations from the text:

  • In Verses 21-25 of Proverbs Chapter 10 we continue in our reading of the wise sayings or proverbs of Solomon which began in verse 1 of this chapter. These wise sayings of Solomon are principles that we can put to use in our lives. A principle is a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning. In this case, these principles are the foundation for righteous living and living in a way that both works and is pleasing to the Lord.

    In verse 21, Solomon contrasts the righteous and fools by saying that the lips of the righteous feed many but fools die for lack of wisdom. By saying this, he is inferring that the righteous posses wisdom. The righteous will hear and apply righteous wisdom and the result of that is prosperity. Fools on the other hand, refuse to hear wisdom and perish for lack of it.

    In verse 22, Solomon describes the blessing of the Lord by saying that it makes one rich and adds no sorrow with it. The Lord blesses the righteous and also gives instruction as to how to live in a way that will result in abundance and goodness. Those who follow His instruction will be blessed and have life. By contrast, the ways of the wicked are not blessed by God and their means of obtaining riches often result in sorrow because they are rooted in evil or deception.

    In verse 23, Solomon says that to do evil is like sport to a fool, but that a man of understanding has wisdom. To a fool, evil is nothing. In fact, here, Solomon says that it is fun (or sport). The fool takes enjoyment in doing evil. In contrast, a man of understanding has wisdom, knows the consequences of evil and avoids it. The lack of understanding regarding evil or the willful ignorance of it is what differentiates the fool from the wise in this case.

    In verse 24, Solomon contrasts the wicked and the righteous by saying that the fear of the wicked will come upon him while the desire of the righteous will be granted. The wicked have fears that the righteous do not have. The righteous need not fear God’s judgment whereas the wicked should tremble at the thought. The wicked will not be protected from the events that cause fear in life. This can be because they are not applying wisdom in their actions and decisions or because God’s hand of protection is not available to them or both.

    The desires of the righteous will be granted because they have aligned their desires with what is right and have applied wisdom to their thoughts and actions. God will bless the lives of the righteous whereas He cannot bless those who are opposed to His ways.

    In verse 25, He contrasts the wicked and righteous in terms of their durability. He says that the wicked is no more when the whirlwind passes by but that the righteous has an everlasting foundation. Again, the righteous are preserved by both the application of wisdom and God’s protection whereas the wicked are short lived for the lack of both.

    21The lips of the righteous feed many,
    But fools die for lack of wisdom.
    22 The blessing of the Lord makes one rich,
    And He adds no sorrow with it.
    23 To do evil is like sport to a fool,
    But a man of understanding has wisdom.
    24 The fear of the wicked will come upon him,
    And the desire of the righteous will be granted.
    25 When the whirlwind passes by, the wicked is no more,
    But the righteous has an everlasting foundation
    .

    The words of wisdom of King Solomon are perfect Biblical guides to living in a way that is pleasing and acceptable to God. They also are practical guidelines for living in a way that works in the reality that God has created. Let us all embrace these truths and apply them in our lives every day.

Thank you so much for joining us in our ongoing study. I hope that it is as encouraging and enlightening to you as it is to me. Please follow the ministry of the Mars Hill Institute on our Facebook page at HERE. You can go back and visit the daily posts at any time on the website or Facebook page. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to the website by email so that you can be directly notified when new posts or materials become available.

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What are some key take-aways for you from the Chapter we reviewed today? Feel free to dig further on your own if you have time. Have a GREAT and Blessed Day!

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Wise Sayings of Solomon (Part 4) – Proverbs Chapter 10:16-20

Join us as we study the proverbs of King Solomon in the Book of Proverbs and follow up on the 21 Days to Knowing Jesus Christ Bible Study. I hope that you enjoy this study and that it will be helpful to you in building a daily Bible study habit. Click the appropriate links below to access the content for the day. You can select what version of the Bible you prefer at the top of the page in the link below (King James Version is the default):

Read The Proverbs of Solomon, Chapter 10 here

There are two links below to the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 10. There is a Concise version and a Complete version. The Concise version is a short, abbreviated version while the Complete version is typically a lot longer and can sometimes be longer than the Biblical text itself. Choose whichever one you have time for. The Complete version goes further in depth but the Concise version is illuminating while not as lengthy.

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary on Proverbs Chapter 10 (Concise) here

Read the Matthew Henry Commentary of Proverbs Chapter 10 (Complete) here

Listen to a personal reading of Proverbs Chapter 10 here

Observations from the text:

  • In Verses 16-20 of Proverbs Chapter 10 we continue in our reading of the wise sayings or proverbs of Solomon which began in verse 1 of this chapter. These wise sayings of Solomon are principles that we can put to use in our lives. A principle is a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning. In this case, these principles are the foundation for righteous living and living in a way that both works and is pleasing to the Lord.

    In verse 16, Solomon contrasts the labor of the righteous and the wages of the wicked by saying that the labor of the righteous leads to life, while the wages of the wicked to sin. The diligent labor and work, directed by wisdom, of the righteous produces life and abundance. On the other hand, the work of the wicked leads to sin and the consequences thereof. The actions of the wicked are directed by principles that are opposed to righteousness and are therefore doomed to failure and destruction in the long term.

    In verse 17, Solomon says that those who keep (or listen to) instruction are in the way of life but those who refuse to be corrected go astray. Those who are willing to listen and to learn righteous instruction are those who will have the most success both in the short term and long term. Those who refuse to hear correction and change their ways, where required, will not get to where they want to be and will have lost their way. This is applicable both to natural law (the ways of the world) and spiritually (relative to the law of the Lord). Those who hear and obey righteous instruction will be pleasing to the Lord while those who refuse to hear and correct their ways will find themselves wanting.

    In verse 18, Solomon says that whoever hides hatred has lying lips and that those who spread slander are fools. When we hide anything, we are obstructing some knowing of truth, hiding some fact. One who hides hatred is one who lies to conceal the fact that they hate someone or some thing. One who openly hates, opens themselves up to retribution from the one whom the hatred is directed at. It is cowardly to lie because it is driven out of a desire or need to avoid the consequences of an action. One who is brave, loves truth and loves others would be open about things that they like or don’t like and wouldn’t feel the need to conceal their feelings. God loves truth and would have us to live in a truthful manner.

    Spreading slander is another form of lying. Slander is the action or crime of making a false spoken statement damaging to a person’s reputation. Someone may slander someone that they hate, attempting to cause them harm in some way by distorting their character in the eyes of others. Slander distorts the truth and can cause great harm to the one being slandered. Because it does not reflect truth or a love of others, it is displeasing to God. One who lives in a way that is displeasing to God is a fool because they are sacrificing a long term relationship with God in order to satisfy their own short-term desires.

    In verse 19, Solomon contrasts those who speak much and those who restrain their lips. He says that sin is not lacking in a multitude of words but that those who restrain their lips are wise. Some people use many words in order to make themselves sound intelligent while the substance of what they are saying is lacking. Some people make up facts to make it sound as if they have experience that they don’t actually have. The wise restrain their lips in only saying that which is true, productive and edifying.

    In verse 20, Solomon contrasts the tongue of the righteous and the heart of the wicked by saying that the tongue of the righteous is choice silver while the heart of the wicked is worth little. The tongue is a smaller part than the heart, and less critical to the operation of the body. However, in the case of the righteous, their words are worth vastly more than the hearts of the wicked. The words of the righteous build up and produce life whereas the heart of the wicked is set on sin and destruction.

    16 The labor of the righteous leads to life,
    The wages of the wicked to sin.
    17 He who keeps instruction is in the way of life,
    But he who refuses correction goes astray.
    18 Whoever hides hatred has lying lips,
    And whoever spreads slander is a fool.
    19 In the multitude of words sin is not lacking,
    But he who restrains his lips is wise.
    20 The tongue of the righteous is choice silver;
    The heart of the wicked is worth little.

    The words of wisdom of King Solomon are perfect Biblical guides to living in a way that is pleasing and acceptable to God. They also are practical guidelines for living in a way that works in the reality that God has created. Let us all embrace these truths and apply them in our lives every day.

Thank you so much for joining us in our ongoing study. I hope that it is as encouraging and enlightening to you as it is to me. Please follow the ministry of the Mars Hill Institute on our Facebook page at HERE. You can go back and visit the daily posts at any time on the website or Facebook page. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to the website by email so that you can be directly notified when new posts or materials become available.

You can go back and listen to the audio readings of our study at any time as well at the following links on Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.

You can also access our YouTube channel HERE to view videos associated with this study and the work of the Mars Hill Institute.

What are some key take-aways for you from the Chapter we reviewed today? Feel free to dig further on your own if you have time. Have a GREAT and Blessed Day!

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