Proverbs 31

It is indeed interesting how Proverbs 31 happens to be an advice from a Queen, a mother to her son, King Lemuel who was looking to get married. This goes to show how valuable the lessons learnt from this chapter are considering coming from royalty. Let’s not forget that we also come from royalty, havingContinue reading “Proverbs 31”

Proverbs 30

Yesterday’s expounded chapter of proverbs was the last set of proverbs specifically written by Solomon. For this chapter of Proverbs, it was written by Agur who was a sage from Arabia of that time. This chapter could be regarded as the sayings or book of Agur. Proverbs 30:1-3 KJV The words of Agur the sonContinue reading “Proverbs 30”

Proverbs 29

For the one who refuses to bend to correction, it is only a matter of time before such a person comes to his or her own destruction. It is very expensive to maintain and please a ‘side chick’ or ‘lover boy’ that you hide with to satisfy your sinful sexual gratifications.  A leader who takesContinue reading “Proverbs 29”

Proverbs 28

Those who live and uphold the righteousness of Jesus Christ have nothing to fear. It takes understanding, discernment and knowledge to maintain order and to continue the existence of anything created, built and formed. For the one who steals, keep stealing. But know that God will cause all the wealth stolen to fall into theContinue reading “Proverbs 28”

Proverbs 27

The possibility of anything we want to do, where we want to go, how things will play out and why things must take place in ‘tomorrow’ is only by the grace of God. Do not boast about tomorrow. Let people validate your achievement and speak about them. Do not try to praise yourself. Stay clearContinue reading “Proverbs 27”

Proverbs 26

Honor is mutual between the old and the young. Those who sow honor will indeed be honored by others and those who sow dishonor will reap dishonor from others. Just like respect, honor is earned and never demanded. Therefore honor everyone for their value and their contributions to whatever cause they are called to functionContinue reading “Proverbs 26”

Proverbs 25

The glory of God is concealed not because He doesn’t want us to see and experience it, but rather to spur an interest in us kings and priests of His kingdom to dig up and search out His glory.   A good leader’s understanding is vast in many subject matters and has a profound depth. AsContinue reading “Proverbs 25”

Proverbs 24

For whatever we desire to build, increase and  establish, let’s ensure these three elements are present: Wisdom is required to build Knowledge is required for constant increase Understanding is required to be established Increase in knowledge will increase us in strength; mentally, emotionally, socially, financially and relationally. Life can present us with a series ofContinue reading “Proverbs 24”

Proverbs 23

Self control, which is an expression of the fruit of the Spirit; applies majorly to three areas in our lives: sexual control, anger control and appetite control. When we are presented with delicacies of food to munch and enjoy before a leader or anyone, we must exercise self-control over what we eat and how weContinue reading “Proverbs 23”

Proverbs 22

Whatever you do or are engaged in, ensure your name is never soiled into an unalterable matter that will impact many that come after you down your generation.   Having all the money, gold, diamonds, rubbies, and silver in the world  will mean nothing and bring no impact, if the person who possesses them has aContinue reading “Proverbs 22”