Monday, February 15, 2010
Wisdom Project 2/15
Proverbs 15 - NIV
Proverbs 15 - ESV
Proverbs 15:18 . . .
A hot-tempered man stirs up dissension,
but a patient man calms a quarrel.
Whereas the “hot tempered” or impulsive person is easily provoked to anger and “strife,” the wise person will employ his words in such a way as to foster an atmosphere of peace and unity. Those who are “slow to anger” (like our heavenly Father) have a calming effect on tense interpersonal situations. This prevents the fracture of friendships and other personal relationships, and also helps in the healing process when differences and difficulties do arise.
From: Explore the Bible Teacher Helps - on Precept
3 John 8
WISDOM PROJECT: For this month, I will supply links to both the NIV and ESV versions of the chapter each day (Feb. 1 = Proverbs 1, etc.) in the post—both of which contain the audio.
And in the month of February a unique feature for the WP will be Commentaries on selected passages/verses from within the chapter for the day. And for the most part, these comments will be from links in the Online Bible Study Resources feature here on the 3 John 8 blog (scroll down in the column to the right to find the links).
Note to Proverbs class participants: this is the place where you should post your application comments for the Daily Proverbs Reading Assignment.