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HOLY BIBLE: PROVERBS - KJV - FULL Audio Book | Greatest Audio Books
The book of Proverbs is referred to as wisdom literature along with several others: the book of Job, Ecclesiastes, the Song of Solomon, and certain Psalms, known as wisdom psalms. Throughout Proverbs, wisdom (or the wise person) is compared and contrasted with foolishness (or the fool). 'Fool' in Proverbs indicates one who is lacking in morality and uninterested in correction, not one who is merely silly or playful. Wisdom is held up as something worth effort to attain and the reader is told that it starts with the person of God: "The fear of The Lord is the beginning of wisdom."

In addition, throughout Proverbs, wisdoms are mostly come from father to son or mother to son structure. This wisdom literature is concerned with the realities of human experience, from the mundane to the sublime, and with the relationship between that experience and the divine. Not only that, we can also find many wisdoms of woman over and over, especially we find reference to Wisdom as a female figure who speaks to the young man and invites him into her house. When we talk about this Woman Wisdom, it speaks frequently in the first person and identifies herself not just as the divine companion, but also as the source of order in society and success in life. Over and over in the book of Proverbs, it addressed a warning to the young man to avoid sexual relationships with a foreign or strange woman.

The Book of Proverbs (in Hebrew: מִשְלֵי Mish'ley), commonly referred to simply as Proverbs, is a book of the Hebrew Bible. The original Hebrew title of the book of Proverbs is "Míshlê Shlomoh" ("Proverbs of Solomon"). When translated into Greek and Latin, the title took on different forms. In the Greek Septuagint (LXX) the title became "paroimai paroimiae" ("Proverbs"). In the Latin Vulgate the title was "proverbia", from which the English title of Proverbs is derived. (Introduction by Wikipedia)

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Chapter listing and length:

Chapter 01 -- 00:04:38

Chapter 02 -- 00:02:39

Chapter 03 -- 00:04:20

Chapter 04 -- 00:03:07

Chapter 05 -- 00:02:51

Chapter 06 -- 00:04:15

Chapter 07 -- 00:03:04

Chapter 08 -- 00:04:09

Chapter 09 -- 00:02:13

Chapter 10 -- 00:04:21

Chapter 11 -- 00:04:13

Chapter 12 -- 00:03:39

Chapter 13 -- 00:03:35

Chapter 14 -- 00:04:36

Chapter 15 -- 00:04:09

Chapter 16 -- 00:04:06

Chapter 17 -- 00:03:34

Chapter 18 -- 00:03:04

Chapter 19 -- 00:04:04

Chapter 20 -- 00:04:00

Chapter 21 -- 00:04:03

Chapter 22 -- 00:03:48

Chapter 23 -- 00:04:12

Chapter 24 -- 00:04:22

Chapter 25 -- 00:03:56

Chapter 26 -- 00:03:45

Chapter 27 -- 00:03:49

Chapter 28 -- 00:04:27

Chapter 29 -- 00:03:42

Chapter 30 -- 00:04:47

Chapter 31 -- 00:03:53











Total running time: 1:59:21
Read by Michael Packard
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