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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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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.

© 2018 Crossway. All Rights Reserved.

    September 27: Proverbs 25:9–10

    September 27: Proverbs 25:9–10

    Proverbs 25:9–10






    Proverbs 25:9–10 (Listen)

    9   Argue your case with your neighbor himself,
        and do not reveal another’s secret,
    10   lest he who hears you bring shame upon you,
        and your ill repute have no end.


    (ESV)

    • 10 sec
    September 26: Proverbs 25:7–8

    September 26: Proverbs 25:7–8

    Proverbs 25:7–8






    Proverbs 25:7–8 (Listen)

    7   for it is better to be told, “Come up here,”
        than to be put lower in the presence of a noble.


      What your eyes have seen
    8     do not hastily bring into court,1
      for2 what will you do in the end,
        when your neighbor puts you to shame?



    Footnotes
    [1] 25:8 Or presence of a noble, as your eyes have seen. 8Do not go hastily out to court


    [2] 25:8 Hebrew or else




    (ESV)

    • 14 sec
    September 25: Proverbs 25:6–7

    September 25: Proverbs 25:6–7

    Proverbs 25:6–7






    Proverbs 25:6–7 (Listen)

    6   Do not put yourself forward in the king’s presence
        or stand in the place of the great,
    7   for it is better to be told, “Come up here,”
        than to be put lower in the presence of a noble.


      What your eyes have seen


    (ESV)

    • 13 sec
    September 24: Proverbs 25:4–5

    September 24: Proverbs 25:4–5

    Proverbs 25:4–5






    Proverbs 25:4–5 (Listen)

    4   Take away the dross from the silver,
        and the smith has material for a vessel;
    5   take away the wicked from the presence of the king,
        and his throne will be established in righteousness.


    (ESV)

    • 11 sec
    September 23: Proverbs 25:1–3

    September 23: Proverbs 25:1–3

    Proverbs 25:1–3






    Proverbs 25:1–3 (Listen)
    More Proverbs of Solomon
    25 These also are proverbs of Solomon which the men of Hezekiah king of Judah copied.


    2   It is the glory of God to conceal things,
        but the glory of kings is to search things out.
    3   As the heavens for height, and the earth for depth,
        so the heart of kings is unsearchable.


    (ESV)

    • 19 sec
    September 22: Proverbs 24:32–34

    September 22: Proverbs 24:32–34

    Proverbs 24:32–34






    Proverbs 24:32–34 (Listen)

    32   Then I saw and considered it;
        I looked and received instruction.
    33   A little sleep, a little slumber,
        a little folding of the hands to rest,
    34   and poverty will come upon you like a robber,
        and want like an armed man.


    (ESV)

    • 14 sec

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