Wise principle..

For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide we might have hope. Romans

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Proverbs 16:13-


The king should delight in righteous lips, and he should love someone who speaks what is right.  The king’s anger is a herald of death, and one who is wise will appease it.  When the king’s face brightens, it means life; his favor is like the clouds that bring spring rain.


Where is the wisdom?  There is much talk of grace, mercy and love…  When one approaches the throne all of that is granted; the offer stands but must be accepted.  The ‘king’ delights in righteous lips and loves one who speaks truth.  The ‘king’ is a position of authority and this speaks of a life principle that should be put into action by the wise.  The flip side is still there for those who do not accept the offer… The ‘king’s’ anger is a herald of death…  This principle is life threatening.  God has stated the wages of sin is death.  Those in authority have the power to cut off life to many things, not just physical life.  There are many deaths. Wisdom says that anger should be appeased.  Spiritually,  accept the offer given of life through Christ.  In the natural, be aware of what causes anger.  There is a principle of good living here… listen, ponder, receive.


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One thought on “Wise principle..

  1. “Be angry and sin not.” Beautiful words, but at times so hard to live by, aren’t they? Good to have you back. Love ya, SR

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