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gifted hands praising god for his personal gifts menu skip to content home about failure to yield 2 2 replies we examined two reasons why people fail to heed the counsel of wisdom. some stubbornly resist wisdom because they are strong-willed and refuse to surrender. others simply fail to hear wise counsel due to insensitivity. today, we encounter two additional factors. indifference “you neglect all my counsel” proverb 1:25 we ignore god’s counsel from making any difference in our thoughts, words, or actions. in a way an individual says, in effect, ‘i really could not care less!’ believe it or not, an underdeveloped sense of one’s own worth can prompt this kind of response. the reason people fail to accomplish tasks that will benefit them is because of self-loathing. solomon noted this in three thousand years ago: “he whose ear listens to the life-giving reproof will dwell among the wise. he who neglects discipline despises himself, but he who listens to reproof acquires understanding.” proverb 15:31-32 indifference can also suggest hostility toward god. like children who fold their arms and intentionally refuse to follow their parents’ instructions, we fail to respond to god’s counsel. god, however, doesn’t suffer the consequences of our indifference. tragically, we do. defensiveness “and [you] did not want my reproof.” proverb 1:25 the original word translated did not wan t means “to be unwilling, unyielding, non-consenting.” the image is of one who fights off reproof the way one dodges responsibility when confronted with wrongdoing. the defensive person typically employs one of three strategies: denia l: the outright refusal to accept the truth of a situation, especially one’s personal guilt. minimization: refusing to see the full significance of an issue or dismissing it as irrelevant. shifting blame: assigning responsibility to another or justifying one’s actions as a reasonable response to the wrong doing of another. the fool habitually engages in these strategies to avoid pain and suffering, presumable for the sake of self-preservation. solomon, however, called this a form of self-loathing (despises himself). those are powerful words of a wise man who had seen the lives of many foolish people come to an early, avoidable end because they refused to heed the warnings of the wise. my prayer merciful god, i have failed to yield on many occasions because of my indifference and arrogance. but with your mercy you have carried me through my trials. thank you god for showing mercy on me. by by this entry was posted in personal gift on november 23, 2017 by benny . failure to yield 1 leave a reply “i called and you refused”. proverbs 1:24 solomon pleaded with his son-and, by extension, with all of us-to heed the warning voice of wisdom. a good question is, why? why must solomon plead? why do we ignore god’s reproofs, those in scripture as well as that come through other means? looking back at the sayings preserved for us in proverbs 1, i discover at least four reasons we do not heed reproof. we’ll examine two now. prepare yourself. these may sting! stubbornness “i called and you refused” proverbs 1:24 . mark the last word, “refused”. the hebrew text uses an intensive form of the verb to convey the idea “directly refuses,” “stubbornly refuses”. in the old testament it is used for defying established authority. in another of solomon’s sayings, the sluggard refuses to get a job (proverbs 21:25). this kind of refusal is nothing but unyielding to wisdom and the consequences will certainly be total destruction. in many cases the strong will can be a positive trait; when a person is standing against injustice, eg, slavery, exploitation and corruption etc, that person’s stubborn character is praised always. and we call them “heros” because they were right! moreover, they acknowledged and embraced the consequences of their actions, willingly sacrifices their own well-being for the good of others. stubborn refusal to heed the warnings of others, however, reveals an arrogant spirit and dull mind. pray for humility and wisdom, both of which god longs to provide his people. insensitivity “i stretched out my hand and no one paid attention” proverbs 1:24 when solomon said that “no one paid attention” he emphasizes lack of listening and awareness. it would correspond to the new testament concept of being “dull of hearing”. if you have ever tried to penetrate the shell of an insensitive individual, you’ve experienced god’s frustration. you can also affirm the old adage “there are none so deaf as those who will not hear.” perhaps the best example of insensitivity and unconsciousness would be pedestrians wearing earbuds. they are unaware of their surroundings, shutting themselves into their own music world. try to get the attention of someone lost in earbud oblivion and you understand something of god’s frustration. though wisdom “stretches out her hand,” many people lack awareness and fail to listen to her voice. (continued) by by this entry was posted in personal gift on september 20, 2017 by benny . warning signs? 3 replies “for the commandment is a lamp and the teaching is light and reproofs for discipline are the way of life to keep you from the evil woman, from the smooth tongue of the adulteress.” proverbs 6:23-24 do you follow the road signs or you ignore them? that’s the important question every driver should ask to themselves. when the sign says “keep left/right” or “reduce speed” or “accident prone area” how the driver reacts to them? does he/she takes it as danger sign to him/her or ignore them as danger signs for other drivers? ask yourself? i must confess, there was a time in my life when i thought i was too smart for warning signs. let us face it: most warnings are posted to keep stupid people from doing stupid things, like the “do not eat” warning on packing materials. smart people don’t need that sort of counsel. no wonder a young person can conclude that warning signs are for other, less intelligent people. i survived my less intelligent moments and lived long enough to discover that warnings are there for everyone (especially me!). the decision to heed warning signs not only shows wisdom, but it also reveals both a humble spirit and the willingness to admit that others might have greater knowledge or experience than you do. god’s book stands like a warning sign at the mouth of a deep, dark cave named “immorality”. many enter; none emerge without injuries. so, in bold, red letters, the scripture warns, “danger! do not enter!” thought the generations, however, these ancient warnings have been ignored at great cost to people who suffered the dreadful consequences of foolishness. my prayer almighty god, i’ve ignored many of your warnings thinking that i am smart enough to see the pitfalls. but, in fact, your compassion has carried me when i fell down. teach me god to be humble. by by this entry was posted in personal gift on may 28, 2017 by benny . disobedience – man’s voluntary destruction? leave a reply “they would not accept my counsel, they spurned all my reproof. so they shall eat of the fruit of their own way and be satiated with their own devices.” proverbs 1: 30-31 let’s face it: we are a wayward flock of sheep! it is not so much that we are ignorant, but rather that we are disobedient. more often than not, we know what we ought to do. put plainly, we simply do not put what we know into practice. we spend our days enduring the irksome and painful consequences of going our own way. the grind of disobedience is neither easy nor new. unfortunately, it has characterized the human experience almost as long as humans have walked earth. the saying of solomon address this tendency of ours head-on. according to this ancient teacher, the secret of escaping the grind of disobedience is wisdom . biblical wisdom is a process that begins with gaining knowledge, then choosing to set aside our former ways of thinking, and then putting this new knowledge into pract
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