🏕 “ON THIS 29TH DAY OF THE MONTH, READ, STUDY , MEDITATE AND ACT ON PROVERBS CHAPTER 29 WITH GENERAL G. F. HAMMER:
Pro 29:1  Stubborn people who repeatedly refuse to accept correction will suddenly be broken and never recover.
Pro 29:2  Everyone rejoices when the lovers of God flourish, but the people groan when the wicked rise to power.
Pro 29:3  When you love wisdom, your father is overjoyed. But when you associate with prostitutes, you waste your wealth in exchange for disgrace.
Pro 29:4  A godly leader who values justice is a great strength and example to the people. But the one who sells his influence for money tears down what is right.
Pro 29:5  Flattery can often be used as a trap to hide ulterior motives and take advantage of you.
Pro 29:6  The wicked always have a trap laid for others, but the lovers of God escape as they sing and shout in joyous triumph!
Pro 29:7  God’s righteous people will pour themselves out for the poor, but the ungodly make no attempt to understand or help the needy.
Pro 29:8  Arrogant cynics love to pick fights, but the humble and wise love to pursue peace.
Pro 29:9  There’s no use arguing with a fool, for his ranting and raving prevent you from making a case and settling the argument in a calm way.
Pro 29:10  Violent men hate those with integrity, but the lovers of God esteem those who are holy.
Pro 29:11  You can recognize fools by the way they give full vent to their rage and let their words fly! But the wise bite their tongue and hold back all they could say.
Pro 29:12  When leaders listen to false accusations, their associates become scoundrels.
Pro 29:13  Poor people and their oppressors have only one thing in common—God made them both.
Pro 29:14  The best insurance for a leader’s longevity is to demonstrate justice for the poor.
Pro 29:15  Experiencing many corrections and rebukes will make you wise. But if left to your own ways, you’ll bring disgrace to your parents.
Pro 29:16  When the wicked are in power, lawlessness abounds. But the patient lovers of God will one day watch in triumph as their stronghold topples!
Pro 29:17  Correct your child and one day you’ll find he has changed and will bring you great delight.
Pro 29:18  When there is no clear prophetic vision, people quickly wander astray. But when you follow the revelation of the word, heaven’s bliss fills your soul.
Pro 29:19  A stubborn servant can’t be corrected by words alone. For even if he understands, he pays no attention to you.
Pro 29:20  There’s only one kind of person who is worse than a fool: the impetuous one who speaks without thinking first.
Pro 29:21  If you pamper your servants, don’t be surprised when they expect to be treated as sons.
Pro 29:22  The source of strife is found in an angry heart, for sin surrounds the life of a furious man.
Pro 29:23  Lift yourself up with pride and you will soon be brought low, but a meek and humble spirit will add to your honor.
Pro 29:24  You are your own worst enemy when you partner with a thief, for a curse of guilt will come upon you when you fail to report a crime.
Pro 29:25  Fear and intimidation is a trap that holds you back. But when you place your confidence in the Lord, you will be seated in the high place.
Pro 29:26  Everyone curries favor with leaders. But God is the judge, and justice comes from him.
Pro 29:27  The wicked hate those who live a godly life, but the righteous hate injustice wherever it’s found.
đź•ŠPEACE IS WITH YOU MY BELOVED.
👑NOTHING CAN BE DONE AGAINST THE TRUTH BUT FOR THE TRUTH!”

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