Follow me, Same proposal – two vastly different results Psalms 9:1-18 part 1

Follow Me, Same Proposal – Two Vastly Different Results (Psalms 9:1-18) TABLE OF CONTENTS (by Post entry)

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Follow me, Same proposal – two vastly different results Psalms 9:1-18 part 2

Historical and Social Setting The book of Proverbs has some problems with its authorship. At one time it was assumed that the entire book was written by Solomon, son of King David they also believed that “Agur and Lemuel were pseudonyms of Solomon” (Gaebelein, 886). Later commentators have remarked that the text should be […]

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PRESENTATION OF TEXT Scripture Passage Proverbs 9:1-18 NASB “Wisdom has built her house, She has hewn out her seven pillars; (2) She has prepared her food, she has mixed her wine; She has also set her table; (3) She has sent out her maidens, she calls From the tops of the heights of the city: […]

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Follow me, Same proposal – two vastly different results Psalms 9:1-18 part 4

Outline of Passage Wisdoms Banquet – 9:1 – 6 Her House – 9:1 Meal Preparation – 9:2 The Invitation – 9:3-6 The Response to Wisdom – 9:7-12 The Scoffer 9:7-8a The Wise 9:8b-11 The Reward 9:12 Folly’s Banquet The Invitation The Consequence

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Follow me, Same proposal – two vastly different results Psalms 9:1-18 part 5

The Response to Wisdom Within the scripture focus there is to responses to wisdom one is the way of the scoffer and the second is the way of the Wise. The responses have conditional rewards The scoffer is one way that individuals respond to wisdom and correction. This individual will refute, put down, […]

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Follow Me, Same Proposal – Two Vastly Different Results (Psalms 9:1-18) part 6

Folly’s Banquet There is several issues to contend with when Folly’s banquet is studied. The first issue is the difficulties that Proverbs 9:13 poses for interpreters (folly’s Invitation). The second issue is the omitted additional text from the Septuagint. The final issue is the difference in understanding between the Jewish and Christian understanding of […]

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Follow Me, Same Proposal – Two Vastly Different Results (Psalms 9:1-18) part 7

Verse 18 also has one term in it that gives Christian’s trouble, that term is Sheol. Sheol is commonly translated as hell, hades, or gehenna. In the Christian tradition “it is usually associated with eternal punishment, particularly by fire” (Achtemeier, 413). In the Christian tradition Sheol is not normally associated with the righteous only the […]

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Follow Me, Same Proposal – Two Vastly Different Results (Psalms 9:1-18) part 8

CONCLUSION SUMMATION Proverbs 9 is an allusion between Wisdom and Folly. Wisdom is representative of the “voice of the Lord” (Murphy, 138). We might even go as far as to say it is God’s word, his voice, and his righteousness. Thru wisdom men are able to live a full and productive life. In […]

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Follow Me, Same Proposal – Two Vastly Different Results (Psalms 9:1-18) part 9

We grow in knowledge and wisdom by seeking after the Lord. The individual needs to keep in mind that just because they are seeking after the lord they are not immune to folly. One bad decision, one bad step can begin you down a road that leads away from the Lord. It is imperative […]

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