A Messianic Commentary: Proverbs - Proverbial Wisdom & Common Sense

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Why do people call Dr. Laura and write Dear Abby? They’re looking for effective solutions
to everyday problems. Yet, the Bible has an entire book—the Book of Proverbs—devoted
to this. Proverbial Wisdom & Common Sense makes the wisdom of Proverbs accessible,
understandable and usable. It organizes the many sayings and explains their meanings in a
way never done before.
It contains
• a compilation of sayings on love, money, laziness, dieting, anger, etc.
• insights from rabbinic and Messianic Jewish sources
• a ten-minute-a-day devotional plan for grasping the book and its wisdom
• practical applications for each day’s topic
• New Testament references to Proverbs’ principles

A Messianic Commentary: Proverbs - Proverbial Wisdom & Common Sense

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“combines the insights gleaned from academic study with the down-to-earth challenges that stimulate people to godly living. . . . a gold mine of provocative studies . . . provides easy access to the riches of biblical wisdom in neither a pedantic nor superficial way.” — Dr. John Walton, Professor of Bible, Moody Bible Institute “enhances the study of one of the most neglected books of the Bible. . . . to be commended for helping people navigate their way through the moral maxims of the house of Israel.” — Moishe Rosen, Founder, Jews for Jesus “organizes and analyzes Proverbs in 19 sections—the righteous and the wicked, love and kindness, authority, finances, reputation and gossip, laziness and diligence, joy and sadness—basically whatever ails you. . . . a bite-sized chunk of wisdom every morning.” — Dr. Jeffrey Feinberg, Leader, Etz Chaim Messianic Congregation “is a welcome addition that will help both Jew and Gentile grow in their spiritual walk with God through a Jewish understanding of this vital part of Holy Scripture.” — Barney Kasdan, President, Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations Why do people call Dr. Laura and write Dear Abby? They’re looking for effective solutions to everyday problems. Yet, the Bible has an entire book—the Book of Proverbs—devoted to this. Proverbial Wisdom & Common Sense makes the wisdom of Proverbs accessible, understandable and usable. It organizes the many sayings and explains their meanings in a way never done before. It contains • a compilation of sayings on love, money, laziness, dieting, anger, etc. • insights from rabbinic and Messianic Jewish sources • a ten-minute-a-day devotional plan for grasping the book and its wisdom • practical applications for each day’s topic • New Testament references to Proverbs’ principles “combines the insights gleaned from academic study with the down-to-earth challenges that stimulate people to godly living. . . . a gold mine of provocative studies . . . provides easy access to the riches of biblical wisdom in neither a pedantic nor superficial way.” — Dr. John Walton, Professor of Bible, Moody Bible Institute “enhances the study of one of the most neglected books of the Bible. . . . to be commended for helping people navigate their way through the moral maxims of the house of Israel.” — Moishe Rosen, Founder, Jews for Jesus “organizes and analyzes Proverbs in 19 sections—the righteous and the wicked, love and kindness, authority, finances, reputation and gossip, laziness and diligence, joy and sadness—basically whatever ails you. . . . a bite-sized chunk of wisdom every morning.” — Dr. Jeffrey Feinberg, Leader, Etz Chaim Messianic Congregation “is a welcome addition that will help both Jew and Gentile grow in their spiritual walk with God through a Jewish understanding of this vital part of Holy Scripture.” — Barney Kasdan, President, Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations Derek Leman is a rabbi, writer, and speaker at the intersection of Judaism and Christianity, Jesus and Torah, temple and atonement. He is the Rabbi at Tikvat David Messianic Synagogue. He and his wife Linda reside in Atlanta with their eight children.

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Code LB98
Lederer Yes
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches

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