Give me? I don’t know what I need. Understanding? I think like a child, And, there’s nothing more to add. I shall cry out, Keep me close, visit me early, draw me closely. Thy law paves my way. Yea, you correct my childish need, I shall praise your holy name. Observe it, he put hisContinue reading “Law #34”
This chapter is distinguished by the lack of the use of the Lord’s name. While chapter sixteen had an abundance of proverbs that refer to the Lord this chapter wants for them.
In Proverbs chapter eight a guest speaker steps to the lectern. Actually, this is the founder of the school, Lady Wisdom herself.
If we step back and take a wider view we can see how this lesson applies to temptation in general. This chapter also gives us a look at heaven’s opinion of the sacredness of marital love.