how to prosper with integrity

How To Prosper With Integrity


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Proverbs 10 has some great advice. And it’s not what you’ll hear in a success seminar.

Here’s the 7 I picked out from Proverbs 10 (see if you can find more)! The verses below are taken from the Amplified Version because they pack a punch.

1. Make a distinction between what is right and what is wicked. V3

The Lord will not allow the [a]righteous to hunger [God will meet all his needs], But He will reject and cast away the craving of the wicked.

2.. Choose to be diligent and not negligent v4

Poor is he who works with a negligent and idle hand,
But the hand of the diligent makes him rich.

3. Take responsibility v5

He who gathers during summer and takes advantage of his opportunities is a son who acts wisely, but he who sleeps during harvest and ignores the moment of opportunity is a son who acts shamefully.

4. Don’t be lazy v5

He who gathers during summer and takes advantage of his opportunities is a son who acts wisely, But he who sleeps during harvest and ignores the moment of opportunity is a son who acts shamefully.

5. Say what you mean, and mean what you say v6

Blessings are on the head of the righteous [the upright, those in right standing with God], But the mouth of the wicked conceals violence.

6. Be teachable v8

  • Open to instruction
  • Quick to make things right

The wise in heart [are willing to learn so they] will accept and obey commands (instruction), But the babbling fool [who is arrogant and thinks himself wise] will come to ruin.

7. Deliver encouragement v11

  • Even when you have to say tough things, do it with restoration in mind

The mouth of the righteous is a fountain of life and his words of wisdom are a source of blessing, But the mouth of the wicked conceals violence and evil.

If you do these things, you are on the road to prosper.

Leave me a comment and let me know what keys to prosperity you see in Proverbs 10

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