Guest author King Lemuel shares wisdom from his mother about avoiding women and wine. Instead seek the Lord and a Proverbs 31 wife!
The wisdom of Agur who admits without the Lord he is nothing. A poetic collection of comparisons the lend to the humbling of the human heart.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 30 read by Josef-Israel
The wise seek to share the truth while there is still time. Time will run out, so let’s be busy about the Lord’s work.
“Proverb on Tap” – Proverbs 29 read be Josef-Israel
Righteous leaders vs wicked leaders, pray for good godly leaders that serve God and people and hate covetousness.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 28 read by Josef-Israel
The wounds of a friend are good, the fool will not listen to reason. As servants of Jesus we are given a stewardship of our time, talents and possessions… and the mysteries of God.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 27 read by Josef-Israel
Honor is not fitting a fool, the lazy person or the one who is wise in his own eyes.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 26 read by Josef-Isreal
Self-control, speaking words of life, looking out for the interests of others and leaving vengeance to the Lord.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 25 read by Josef-Israel
Don’t fear or envy the wicked, but do the hard work of walking in wisdom by shining the Light.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverb 24 read by Josef-Israel
A father warns his son to seek wisdom for self-control when eating with a king, a miser, or when simply being tempted by the world.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 23 read by Josef-Israel
Special guest Cliff Sowa of Calvary Chapel shares about a good name, a disciplined son and some sayings of the wise.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 22 read by Josef-Israel