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Danger!

Do You Know Whats Coming?

Proverbs 8:12-13

“I, wisdom, dwell with prudence,and I find knowledge and discretion.

The fear of the Lord is hatred of evil.Pride and arrogance and the way of evil

and perverted speech I hate.


God, the author of wisdom, is the ruler of all things and no danger or evil can harm His throne and house. He foresees every event and situation as if they were part of a superhero movie, where everything is already calculated and known. With His prudence, God teaches us to be cautious, introducing us to knowledge and discretion, enabling us to speak when necessary and to keep silent when needed. The book of Proverbs states that our lips are the rudder of our lives, leading us to where we speak. Therefore, if we speak with pride and arrogance, we will find ourselves in evil places and situations. Perversity in our mouths will attract people who are like-minded, putting us in danger, even to the point of death.


Jesus teaches us that out of the abundance of our hearts, our mouths speak. If our hearts are filled with evil thoughts, pride, and arrogance, it will manifest in our lives, influencing our decisions and actions. Therefore, we must dwell with wisdom, whose name is Jesus, the wisdom of God. If we ask, we will receive. We must ask Jesus Christ to be our Lord and Savior and let Him come into our lives, guiding us with His wisdom and leading us to a life of greatness and fulfillment. #proverbsaday #christianinspiration

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