Grant us, O God, in all our doubts and uncertainties, the grace to ask what you would [have] us do, that the spirit of wisdom may save us from all false choices, and that in your light we may see light, and in your path may not stumble; through Christ our Lord. Amen.

—William Reed Huntingdon (1838-1909),

Wrote up another 7 points for Practicing Proverbs, this time from chapter 7. I thought it might be difficult, since the chapter is on a single topic—the immoral woman—but it worked out fairly well. Here’s one of them:

Temptation paints the most desirable picture of pleasure, with no downsides or dangers, 14-20. It appeals to all the senses. Except good sense.

One of these days we’ll finish up this project. The one I shared on the FPress site was well received.