The last time we were in Proverbs, we learned the wise man stays away from strife, but the fool argues about things that don't matter. Don't allow yourself to be baited into an argument. There are fights to fight, but this isn't what Solomon is talking about. He's talking about nonsensical arguments where you're wasting breath. Be mindful of the plans others have or present to you. They may not be what they appear to be so take the time to ask the right questions. Loyalty and trustworthiness are qualities that are diminishing as we move through time. Become the person that God wants you to be. We saw the value of a godly king and the Queen of Sheba recognized that quality in Solomon.
This morning, we'll see some rapid fire principles; some that we've already looked at and we'll also dive into the issue of trustworthiness.
Take a look at our passage found in Proverbs 20:9-19.
Let’s start with one of my favorite topics. Solomon says, "Who can say, 'I have cleansed my heart, I am pure from sin?’” It’s a rhetorical question, but we can quickly answer it.
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