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90 Day Challenge Day 46

Read Psalm 135 – Proverbs 6


135. Hallel
136. His Lovingkindness is Everlasting
137. Captivity Psalm
138. Thanksgiving
139. Omniscience & Omnipresence
140. Rescue me, O Lord
141. Evening Prayer
142. Maskil of David from the Cave
143. Hear My Prayer O Lord
144. Blessed be the Lord…who trains my hands for war
145. Forever Praise
146. Hallel
147. Hallel
148. Hallel
149. Hallel
150. Hallel
The Fear of the Lord = Beginning of Wisdom
Wisdom’s Warnings
The Rewards of Wisdom
A Father’s Instruction
The Warnings concerning the Adulteress
Listen to Your Father and Mother

Psalm Facts: Psalm 139 is maybe the most famous Psalm after the 23rd.

Proverbs Facts: The first 9 chapters of Proverbs are written not as Proverbs but in a more generalized instruction format.  The Proverbs were written by Solomon with the exception of chapters 30-31.

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