Just a Few Verses Per Day
The book of Proverbs is a unique and treasured part of the Bible, rich with timeless wisdom. It is meant to be read slowly and meditatively, yet most reading plans require whole chapters of reading at a time.
This reading plan leads you to open up space and time to absorb the truths of Scripture at a slower pace. Read through the book of Proverbs in a year—a few verses per day—with this 365-day plan.
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November 28: Proverbs 29:21–22
Proverbs 29:21–22 (Listen)
21 Whoever pampers his servant from childhood
will in the end find him his heir.1
22 A man of wrath stirs up strife,
and one given to anger causes much transgression.
 29:21 The meaning of the Hebrew word rendered his heir is uncertain
November 27: Proverbs 29:19–20
Proverbs 29:19–20 (Listen)
19 By mere words a servant is not disciplined,
for though he understands, he will not respond.
20 Do you see a man who is hasty in his words?
There is more hope for a fool than for him.
November 26: Proverbs 29:17–18
Proverbs 29:17–18 (Listen)
17 Discipline your son, and he will give you rest;
he will give delight to your heart.
18 Where there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint,1
but blessed is he who keeps the law.
 29:18 Or the people are discouraged
November 25: Proverbs 29:15–16
Proverbs 29:15–16 (Listen)
15 The rod and reproof give wisdom,
but a child left to himself brings shame to his mother.
16 When the wicked increase, transgression increases,
but the righteous will look upon their downfall.
November 24: Proverbs 29:13–14
Proverbs 29:13–14 (Listen)
13 The poor man and the oppressor meet together;
the LORD gives light to the eyes of both.
14 If a king faithfully judges the poor,
his throne will be established forever.
November 23: Proverbs 29:11–12
Proverbs 29:11–12 (Listen)
11 A fool gives full vent to his spirit,
but a wise man quietly holds it back.
12 If a ruler listens to falsehood,
all his officials will be wicked.