[Each chapter in the Book of Proverbs contains thoughts that fit into a theme; they are not just random thoughts gathered together. In this “Saturday In The Proverbs” series, I will share a theme that I see in each chapter. But the cool thing about God’s Word is that you may see an entirely different theme. That’s great! If you do, I would love for you to share it in the comments below.]
Surely I am more stupid than any man… (Proverbs 30:2).
He’s learning things like…
…how vast, and powerful, and wise God is (vv. 3-6).
…how frail and dependent on God he is (vv. 7-9).
…how disrespectful people undermine their own success and happiness (vv. 10-14, 17).
…how destructive greed is (vv. 15, 16).
…how wonderfully God has made things (vv. 18, 19).
…how sin deceives (vv. 20-23).
…how observing even the littlest of things can teach big lessons ( vv. 24-28).
…how boastful proud people are (vv. 29-33).
What lessons are you learning?
When was the last time you learned something new?