The wisest man that ever lived was King Solomon (1 Kings 4:29 and 1 Kings 10:23-24) and the Lord chose to bless us with the benefit of King Solomon’s God-given wisdom by including Proverbs in His Word.
If you look at the book of Proverbs, you will find 31 chapters; it can easily be read in one month by reading one chapter for every day. I want to challenge you to read the book of Proverbs with me. To keep us all on track with this challenge, I would like to start a Daily Wisdom Challenge (biblechallenges.blogspot.com). On May 1, we will read Proverbs 1; May 2, Proverbs 2; so on.
Who would like to do it with me? Comment below so we can keep each other accountable. Feel free to share about the Daily Wisdom Challenge with your friends (Grab our button on the side). I would like to get as many people involved as possible!
As you read through Proverbs, here is a list of questions you might want to consider for each chapter:
~What verse(s) stuck out to me?
~What do I think this verse(s) mean?
~How could this verse(s) apply to my life?
I know that reading a Proverb each day will benefit your life and I would love to hear about it! If you blog about it on your personal blog, please comment here so the other Daily Wisdom Challengers can share with you, or comment on here with your thoughts.
Just one chapter each day . . . are you ready for the challenge?
For the LORD giveth wisdom: out of His mouth cometh knowledge and understanding.
NOTE: All future posts about the Daily Wisdom Challenge will be found at biblechallenges.blogspot.com - an extension of Rubies Like Ruth.