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Trekking Through Proverbs

Trekking Through Proverbs

This colorful illustrated booklet gives kids (and parents!) a quick refresher of the fun apologetics learned during VBS.

Contents

    • pp. 2–4

      Every day, we have opportunities to choose between the path of wisdom and the path of foolishness.

    • pp. 4–6

      Only the one true God of the Bible has all wisdom.

    • pp. 6–8

      How can we tell the difference between the path of wisdom and the path of foolishness?

    • pp. 8–10

      If wisdom is putting into practice the principles our wise Creator God has given us, then foolishness must be the opposite.

    • pp. 10–12

      Did Adam and Eve choose the path of wisdom or foolishness?

    • pp. 12–14

      In His great wisdom, God sent His Son Jesus Christ to earth about 2,000 years ago.

    • pp. 14–16

      When we become a child of God, we will want to follow the path of wisdom that our wise Creator has given us.

    • pp. 16–18

      Many of the wise sayings Solomon wrote in Proverbs are written to his children. He wanted his sons and daughters to listen to his words

    • pp. 18–20

      Solomon wrote more proverbs on the tongue and the words we speak with it than any other topic.

    • pp. 20–22

      Did you know that your tongue has the power to speak death words and life words?

    • pp. 22–24

      Did you know that your tongue has the power to speak death words and life words?

    • pp. 24–28

      Solomon also gave many wise principles about work.

    • pp. 28–29

      Those who follow the path of God’s wisdom will have friends who are also on that same path.

    • pp. 29–30

      A foolish friend encourages you to sin.

    • pp. 30–32

      Sadly, Solomon didn’t follow his own advice in choosing wise friends.

    • pp. 32–33

      True wisdom comes only from the all-wise God and is found only in the collection of books He has given us—the Bible.