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A Journey Through the Psalms and Proverbs

Emily Gros

Emily Gros

Hi, Journey friends, I’m Emily. I moved to Dallas six years ago from Thibodaux, Louisiana. If you’ve been there, let’s share stories. I enjoy a good conversation, chips and queso, and making new friends. God has been molding me from the inside out for a while, and I’m excited to devote another year (as of today) to knowing Him and making Him known . . . today is my 31st birthday!

October 4, 2017

PRAYER + BIBLE READING + APPLICATION = TIME WELL SPENT . . . IS YOURS?


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Proverbs 10:18-32

18 The one who conceals hatred has lying lips,
and whoever utters slander is a fool.
19 When words are many, transgression is not lacking,
but whoever restrains his lips is prudent.
20 The tongue of the righteous is choice silver;
the heart of the wicked is of little worth.
21 The lips of the righteous feed many,
but fools die for lack of sense.
22 The blessing of the Lord makes rich,
and he adds no sorrow with it. [1]
23 Doing wrong is like a joke to a fool,
but wisdom is pleasure to a man of understanding.
24 What the wicked dreads will come upon him,
but the desire of the righteous will be granted.
25 When the tempest passes, the wicked is no more,
but the righteous is established forever.
26 Like vinegar to the teeth and smoke to the eyes,
so is the sluggard to those who send him.
27 The fear of the Lord prolongs life,
but the years of the wicked will be short.
28 The hope of the righteous brings joy,
but the expectation of the wicked will perish.
29 The way of the Lord is a stronghold to the blameless,
but destruction to evildoers.
30 The righteous will never be removed,
but the wicked will not dwell in the land.
31 The mouth of the righteous brings forth wisdom,
but the perverse tongue will be cut off.
32 The lips of the righteous know what is acceptable,
but the mouth of the wicked, what is perverse.
(ESV)

Footnotes

[1] 10:22 Or and toil adds nothing to it

MEMORY VERSES

Proverbs 15:1

A soft answer turns away wrath,
but a harsh word stirs up anger.