Series: Proverbs
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Friendship - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 11 of 26
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Proverbs 17:17
Apr 13, 1988 am - THE MEANING OF FRIENDSHIP. "Friendship" is one of the most over-used words in the English language. It is applied to nearly every relationship, from the most intimate to the most casual. Indeed, President Roosevelt always began his nation-wide radio broadcasts with "Friends..." But we seek to use ... More >>>


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How to Rebuke - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 12 of 26
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Proverbs 27:5
Apr 20, 1988 am - ITS MEANING "To reprove" simply means "to correct bad behavior". In describing it, the Inspired Sages use various Hebrew words, which give us much insight as to its exact nature, as for example: It is sometimes translated from GARA, which literally means "to expose or uncover". Thus, in reproving ... More >>>


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How to Receive Rebuke - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 13 of 26
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Proverbs 27:5-6
Apr 27, 1988 pm - ITS DUTY. This opening thought requires but little proof. For, if it is the Christian's duty to reprove his erring brother, then it is also the erring brother's duty to receive that reproof. Thus, every argument adduced in the last sermon applies equally to the present. This duty, however, is not ... More >>>


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Folly - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 14 of 26
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Proverbs 14:24
May 04, 1988 am - FOLLY DEFINED. "Folly" and its equivilents are used often and variously in this Book of Proverbs. But its fundamental meaning remains constant. "Folly", then may be defined in two words, "Wilful ignorance". A "fool", therefore, is not simply "uninstructed", but "uninstructable". In describing it, ... More >>>


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Pride - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 15 of 26
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Proverbs 16:18-19
May 11, 1988 am - ITS MEANING. Our English Bibles use great variety in describing this condition, such as: pride, conceit, arrogance, haughtiness, and loftiness. But interestingly enough, all these variations come from but one Hebrew word group, GE, which simply means, "To lift up or to be high". It is sometimes ... More >>>


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Humility - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 16 of 26
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Proverbs 16:18-19
May 18, 1988 am - ITS MEANING. Humilty and its equivilents come from two words in the Hebrew tongue, one relatively passive in voice, the other, quite active. Combined, they demonstrate its true nature. The first derives from SHAPEL, which simply means "low". It is occasionally used in a physical sense, to describe, ... More >>>


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Self-control - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 17 of 26
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Proverbs 16:32
May 25, 1988 am - ITS MEANING. "Self-control" and its equivilents come from two Hebrew words. The first is largely negative in nature, the second, quite positive. Together, they demonstrate its true nature. Observe, therefore: It is sometimes translated from ASAR, which means, "to restrain or prevent". Hence, Sarah ... More >>>


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Moral Courage - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 18 of 26
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Proverbs 28:1
Jun 01, 1988 am - I.CHRISTIANITY MEANS COURAGE. A.An habitually frightened Christian, therefore, is a contradiction in terms. For "God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind". 1.Thus the Scripture often equates terror with damning unbelief. Poor sinners, unacquainted with ... More >>>


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Discipline of Children - Its Duty - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 19 of 26
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Proverbs 22:6
Jun 08, 1988 am - The Discipline of Children THE DISCIPLINE OF CHILDREN IS A PARENTAL DUTY. That children ought to be disciplined requires little proof. It is stated in our text and reitereated throughout the Word of God. Anyone, therefore, who bows before the authortiy of Scripture, confesses this fact. Indeed, ... More >>>


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Discipline of Children - Formative Discipline - by Michael Phillips
Proverbs - Part 20 of 26
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Proverbs 27:6
Jun 15, 1988 am - Proverbs 20: Formative Child Discipline Introduction: The discipline of children falls into two categories, "formative and corrective". As the names imply, formative discipline seeks to "form" good character and conduct in the child, while its corrective counterpart aims at "correcting" bad ... More >>>


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