A great deal of Wisdom with Wealth can be learned at your own pace, on your own time, and in whatever way you want! Here’s what you need to know:
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We’ve given each article a question to pique your interest, such as What is the key to saving money? You can browse through our list of these questions and investigate the answer to the one that strikes you the most. Also, if you’re not familiar with the Bible or the book of Proverbs, then we recommend you browse the site through here. All our questions are categorized under various headings to help you search for just the right question and answer.
All of our articles are grounded in a passage in Proverbs, and so we’ve also categorized them this way. Are you interested in what Proverbs 21:20 has to say about your finances? Or perhaps you’d like to know more about Chapter 19? This section is where you can do it. We recommend this section if you are familiar with Proverbs.
Take a look at one of our many characters and what they have to say about money. Would you like to know about Quick Buck Betty’s typical road to success? Or is Steady Eddie more your type of guy? Each of our eight characters has their own method to manage their life and their finances, and here you can learn all about their successes. And all their failures.
Are you interested in a specific topic? Then this is the tool for you. We’ve tagged each of our articles by multiple keywords. If you’ve ever looked at the index in the back of reference books, this is how our keywords work. From here you can look at hundreds of topics we’ve discussed or touched upon in various articles and learn more about them. Some popular keywords you can start with are: debt, budget, and contentment.
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With every article, we’ve given you various interpretations on the translation of the text. Some acronyms you may be familiar with, and others you may not be. Below are the most common ones we use:
- ESV – English Standard Version
- KJV – King James Version
- NASB – New American Standard Bible
- TWOT – Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament
Have a question regarding a specific issue? Use the search bar in the menu to search for specific phrases or for a specific topic. Search terms are highlighted in yellow throughout the commentary.
Suggested Additional Tools
In addition to what we provide in this site, there are many other tools you can use to supplement your study. Here is a list of what we suggest:
Strong’s Concordance: An exhaustive source of Hebrew translations as it appears in the Bible.
e-Sword: Bible study tool complete with Old and New Testament in multiple translations with included commentaries which allows highlighting and note creation. (www.e-sword.net)