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Proverbs – On Husband and Wife Relationships, Prov 21:9, 31:10-31
Written by John Tsang   
Monday, 12 March 2018 13:34


Better to live on a corner of the roof

than share a house with a quarrelsome wife.

(Prov 21:9)



Some Proverbs are so visual and comical that it helps with remembering it. This is certainly one of them and Proverbs speaks about the spouse on the roof on 4 separate occasions (19:13, 21:9, 25:24, 27:15-16). The Hebrew word for quarrelsome carries with it the range of meaning including perpetual annoyance, contentious, and argumentative. How did this couple end up in which one person cannot stand to be in the same room as the other? How did the marriage get to this point in what might be described as a stressed, strained, or a difficult marriage?


Last Updated on Monday, 12 March 2018 13:42
Proverbs – To Build or Tear Down, Your Choice in Speech, Prov 4:23-27, Matt 12:34-37
Written by John Tsang   
Friday, 09 March 2018 13:13


One of the most common things that we do is speak words (apparently, women speak on average 5000 words a day and men 2000). This past Sunday, we reflect on the wisdom of using our words from Proverbs.


Firstly, Proverbs teach us that our words are deeply connected to our hearts.

Above all else, guard your heart,

for everything you do flows from it. (Prov 4:23)

Jesus taught literally the same thing,

For out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks. (Matt 12:34, NRSV)

Therefore, we need to guard our hearts and avoid all perverse talk (Prov 4:24).


Last Updated on Friday, 09 March 2018 13:22
Proverbs – On Justice and the Poor, Prov 31:1-9, 14:20-22
Written by John Tsang   
Wednesday, 28 February 2018 12:30

Poverty is a complex issue with social, economic, spiritual, and relational implications. Steve offered us three major points of reflection on this theme of justice and the poor from Proverbs.


1. The poor are sometimes lazy, and need to work, and to work smart.

A little sleep, a little slumber,

a little folding of the hands to rest—

and poverty will come on you like a thief

and scarcity like an armed man. (Prov 6:10-11)

Proverbs teach us to have a good work ethic. Laziness certainly does and can lead to poverty in certain situations, especially when one is capable to work.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 February 2018 12:37
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He's Always Been Faithful to Me

What a Beautiful Name

Perfect Wisdom of God

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