Proverbs 3:1-12 is full of promises for the covenant keeper. Are these promises real? This article answers this question by looking at the translation and structure of Proverbs 3. Then it rejects four solutions to answering the question of promises. It gives four solutions to the issue of promises in Proverbs.
One of the themes characterizing the book of Proverbs is that of righteousness. What does it mean to be righteous? This article looks at the meaning of righteousness in the book of Proverbs. It shows how righteousness relates to the law of Moses, and shows how righteousness manifests itself in social life.
People and actions are often presented in Proverbs in polar extremes—the wise and the foolish, the righteous and the wicked, and actions that lead to honour or shame.
From Proverbs 4:3-4 this article shows that trusting the covenant promises of God will result in parents passing on the godly tradition of teaching their children.