“Their purpose is to teach people to live disciplined and successful lives…” (Proverbs 1:3)

Do you love to learn more about God and His Word? Are things that are genuinely good something that excites your mind and brings blessings to your heart?

How about the things that you know are wrong? Are they what you pursue? Parents what are you encouraging your kids to love? Is it wisdom and understanding or the ever present foolishness of this world? What do your friends see you yearn for? Is it the knowledge of God or the filth of sin?

Let us yearn for what is good and proclaim the excellent riches of Christ! Let us tell the world of God’s great wisdom!

I wonder what the wisest man on earth would charge to perfectly answer all your problems and questions? Well, God’s inspired wisdom from King Solomon’s life is free! You can be wiser starting today. Your success is limited only by your effort! Go for it!

Solomon wrote Proverbs for the young and immature (Proverbs 1:4). He also wrote it for the mature and wise, that they might gain greater learning to understand and apply its teachings (Proverbs 1:5). Therefore, there’s a lot to be said in studying these proverbs.

Wisdom and success are only a couple clicks away. What are you waiting for? God inspired the wisest and richest king to compose witty sayings full of advice for you to prosper in every part of your life. Nothing is off-limits in this fabulous book. The commentary is practical, hard-hitting, current, and spiritual. There is not a better one anywhere.

God inspired the Bible (2 Tm 3:6), and He also sent parents and pastors to teach the Bible to willing hearers (Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Ephesians 6:4; Malachi 2:7; Ephesians 4:11-14).


“Lord help me to have a desire and longing for Your wisdom and knowledge. I confess that there are so many times that I’ve tasted the fruit of foolishness and been lead astray from the path of wisdom. Help me to pursue a pathway that leads to you each day that I may be wise and help lead others to you.” Amen