Outline for Proverbs 29:1-27

He, that being often reproved hardeneth his neck, shall suddenly be destroyed, and that without remedy.

Proverbs 29:1

This outline is intended to be used in conjunction with the School of Wisdom podcast found HERE on YouTube. However, don’t let that stop you from using it for your own personal study. I am glad to provide these to you free of charge.

The School of Wisdom Bible study examines the book of Proverbs chapter by chapter for 31 weeks or until I’m done, which ever comes first. You can jump into the lessons at any point. By way of the power of podcasting, you can start at the beginning or study a chapter(s) of interest to you.

What nation or kingdom or country or city or people needs wisdom when it comes to right and righteous decisions? All of them? Chapter 29 is all about good advise for kings and peoples and cities. There’s a lot more there as well, so take a few minutes to read through the chapter. Download the pdf, check out my outline, and listen to the podcast. Share it with your neighbor or your city council member. Just enjoy the wisdom of Solomon.

The outline for Proverbs 29:1-27 is a PDF which can be accessed and download by following THIS LINK. While you are listening to the podcast on YouTube click the “subscribe” button and ring the notification bell so you will be alerted when a new podcast is uploaded. Your subscription helps YouTube suggest my podcasts to other users who are looking for Bible study material. Also, follow this page so you will know when I upload new content here. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the “Follow The Bible Bistro” button.

Thanks for studying Proverbs with me. I hope it feeds your soul.

Dave

Author: pastordave2015

I'm a small church pastor and podcaster.

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