Proverbs 3 emphasises a father’s concern that his son lives a life of trusting the Lord. Coupled with this is his desire that his son be trustworthy. We can summarise vv. 1–12 as “trusting and trustworthy.” The father knew that God is trustworthy and he wanted to pass that knowledge to his son. We will study these verses under two major headings: (1) the command to trust (vv. 1–4), and (2) the consequences of trust (vv. 5–12).
Scripture References: Proverbs 3:1-12
A sermon series through the book of Proverbs by the elders and other men at Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
|Introducing Wisdom (Proverbs 1:1)||Doug Van Meter||14 January 2018||Watch||Listen|
|The Preamble of Proverbs (Proverbs 1:1–7)||Doug Van Meter||21 January 2018||Watch||Listen|
|The Preamble of Proverbs (Part 2) (Proverbs 1:1-7)||Doug Van Meter||28 January 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Wisdom and the Sanctity of Life (Proverbs 1:8-19)||Doug Van Meter||4 February 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Filtering the Folly (Proverbs 1:20–33)||Doug Van Meter||11 February 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Wisdom Quest (Proverbs 2:1–8)||Stuart Chase||18 February 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Wisdom Quest II (Proverbs 2:9–22)||Stuart Chase||4 March 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Trust and Its Treasures (Proverbs 3:1–12)||Doug Van Meter||11 March 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Happiness After the Hardship (Proverbs 3:13–20)||Doug Van Meter||18 March 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Wear It Well (Proverbs 3:21–35)||Doug Van Meter||25 March 2018||Watch||Listen|