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Notes for Ecclesiastes Chapter 10

Ecclesiastes 10:1-20 In this whole chapter Solomon talked about common sense things; the differences between the wise and the fools; and he gave some really good advice like: not quitting your job after being yelled at by your boss (or

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Notes for Ecclesiastes Chapter 4

Ecclesiastes 4:1-3 The issues between the strong oppressor and the weak oppressed people = vanity. Ecclesiastes 4:4-6 Envy, laziness, and stressful income = vanity. Ecclesiastes 4:7-12 Loneliness sucks and there is no other way to put it. Ecclesiastes 4:13-16 Old

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Notes for Ecclesiastes Chapter 2

Ecclesiastes 2:1-3 Solomon tested and found out that pleasure is vain (or useless). Ecclesiastes 2:4-11 Solomon got extremely rich and built lots of useful and creative things, but he still decided that it’s all vanity. Ecclesiastes 2:12-16 Solomon realized that

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Notes for Proverbs Chapter 26

Proverbs 26:1-28 Continuation of Solomon’s proverbs where he compares and describes more facts about fools, lazy people, and liars. – Verses 18 and 19 helped me understand, or reminded me that a statement like: “I’m just joking”, does Not excuse

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Notes for Proverbs Chapter 18

Proverbs 18:1-24 Solomon’s proverbs about some topics like: the irritation you get from fools; slothfulness; different trust sources of a righteous and a wealthy person; listening first then talking; benefits of having a wife; and the different kinds of voice

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Notes for Proverbs Chapter 9

Proverbs 9:1-6 Wisdom’s invitation toward those who lacks or needs some understanding. Proverbs 9:7-9 A warning against correcting a fool, and an encouragement for correcting a wise person.

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Notes for Psalms Chapter 53

Psalm 53:1-6 A psalm of David explaining how all people are evil (or are sinners). – According to God, people who say: “There is no God.”, are fools. – According to a dictionary, Fool (foolish, senseless) – a person who

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Notes for Psalms Chapter 14

Psalm 14:1-7 A psalm of David explaining how all people are evil (or are sinners). – According to God, people who say: “There is no God.”, are fools. – According to a dictionary, Fool (foolish, senseless) – a person who

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