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Mansfield speaks on Proverbs 30:5. He speaks on our human ability to lie, and God's inability to lie. He argues that : 1. God reveals himself through his word 2. God rescues through his word


PhD thesis by Joel Atwood exploring the uses of חּר in Biblical Wisdom Texts, including Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Job. Abstract reads : "Text: רוּח ַ is a central term in the thought-world of the Hebrew Bible, and also strongly polysemous, able to refer to meteorological (wind), anthropological (breath, spirit), theological (Spirit), and other non-human creaturely (spirits) phenomena. Many efforts to date have examined רוּח ַ via the theological uses and seek to relate the divine Spirit to other use of the term. This study attempts an alternative approach by focusing upon the relatively understudied anthropological uses of רוּח ַ. To examine how רוּח ַ is used with reference to human persons, we employ several approaches and insights from the field of Cognitive Linguistics to examine in detail the רוּח ַ-texts from the books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job. The restricted sub-corpus allows for extensive examination of the contexts of the instances of רוּח ַ enriched with the insights of cognitive semantics and cognitive approaches to figurative language. Using our analysis, we will suggest a provisional construction of the relationships between the different senses of רוּח ַ when used to refer to a human person that provides insight into something of the conceptual structure that is evoked when רוּח ַ is used in these ancient texts. This project contributes both to the understanding of the texts themselves via the incorporation of multiple approaches from the field of Cognitive Linguistics and provides a richer understanding of how a sub-section of uses of רוּח ַ is used to depict the human person and its experiences, especially as to how a concrete and embodied sense such as breath is developed through metonymy, metaphor, and semantic association to generate many of the diverse uses in biblical Hebrew." 1. The Elusive רוּח 2. The Protean רוּח 3. The Liminal רוּח - Ecclesiastes 4. The Exhausted רוּח - Job 5. The Path of the רוּח - Conclusions


Hohne reads a poem. He expounds Proverbs 18 and 19, looking at the faithfulness and loyalty of God. He then looks at what it means to have pure speech. 1. Betterment of the community 2. Reports accurately 3. Listen carefully 4. Question studiously


Hohne reads a poem. He looks at the failure of society and how this has made the west skeptical, especially in relation to power. Hohne looks at why we can still have faith in words, illustrating this in Proverbs.


Wu explores Proverbs as a style of writing. He explores how to read the Proverbs, especially the personification of wisdom. Talk is followed by questions.


Poulos looks at the two sayings about wine in Proverbs 23:19-35.


Jensen speaks on the poor from Proverbs 29:7. He looks at how we do or don't show concern for the poor and weak, with comments on current issues around retail and housing. Jensen explains that God made the poor, and thus being kind to the poor is honouring to God. He looks at the suffering of the poor as we can not work out what to do.


Jensen speaks on Proverbs 29:7. He looks at the rights of the poor, and that these are known to the righteous man. Jensen looks at the challenges of greed and wealth, and how we use our disposable income. He also looks at related passages.


Webb looks at the warnings given against hard hearts. He explains that we must not solely focus on what God has done, but that we also have a responsibility to repent. Repentance must lead to actions. Webb looks at ways that we try to justify or rationalise our sin. He shares a personal example of acting in repentance, and the need to confess sins that we are aware of. Webb stresses the importance of making confession to those we have offended or hurt. He looks at the value in seeking accountability from others. Webb shows that we are also responsible to set our will against the sins that we commit and abandon them.


Cook explores various passages in Proverbs relating to wisdom, and why people are so attracted to folly. He stresses Solomon's word that the 'fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom' and that we must change and move into God's family. Cook compares the world's wisdom against the wisdom of God, and that this removes us from God. Cook explains why we need Jesus to save us from our foolishness, and can only meet with God in the cross, and not in our works., Cassette label reads : "Wipe away the gloss Proverbs 9 David Cook 1995 KYC tape 637"


Cook explains what to look for in a spouse, and how to respond to political leaders. He shares some examples of people being faithful and being rejected by society. Cook challenges his audience to be generous with their income, regardless of what it is. He links this to how we reverence God, and that wisdom in reverencing God., Cassette label reads : "Choosing that special special Proverbs 31 David Cook 1995 KYC tape 639"


Cook provides context around Solomon and his writing of Proverbs. He shows that God is at the core of reality. Cook shows that Solomon's wisdom is based on God's wisdom, and thus why wisdom literature is valuable. Cook looks at the characteristics of the wise, and how to assist people with wisdom. He examines how wisdom is presented in the New Testament, and applied to people. He shows that Jesus is the link - wisdom is to be obedient to God., Cassette label reads : "Get wise! Proverbs 1:1-7 David Cook 1995 KYC tape 636"


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