I have read material of Justin’s in the past. Normally, thoughtful and engaging. This article jumped out today as timely. I know that lots of folks question the issue of Pharaoh’s heart. Why are so many verses reflective of the issue? Why Does the Lord do this? How does the sovereignty of God play into all of this?
I skimmed through the post and will process the information at a later time. See what you think about the matter. What have you concluded in the matter? How would you have done things differently if you were Pharaoh? Or the Lord?
If you want to take the time to read through, it is certainly thought provoking. Here is the article for you pleasure. Enjoy. If you have a response, I’d love to hear it.
Good day Friends~
I know that the pace is rigorous, stay faithful my friends. The volume of reading is heavy and the blessings are even more so.
I wonder if anyone has categorized every proverb. Giving a tag name to each of them to see what the topical flow looks like. For instance, 19:24 and 20:4 could be categorized as laziness, however, 19:28 could be justice, lying, words, or mouth. Right off the top of my head, I would think that the tongue or how we speak, money, and honoring others are at the top of the list. Certainly the words one uses to describe the proverb can vary. But there must be a top theme in the whole bunch of them. If anyone comes across a chart like this, please pass it on. Curiosity is getting the best of me on this one. Continue reading