King Solomon would have loved social media. His ability to convey deep spiritual insights with just a few words was unparalleled. Nearly 3,000 years before social media existed, these ancient “tweets,” called proverbs, gave practical suggestions for living healthy lives, usually in 140 characters or less.
A proverb is a short, easy-to-remember saying that calls a person to action. Solomon was said to have written over three thousand proverbs. But unlike much of today’s social media content, his focus was not merely a reflection of what was trending culturally. These proverbs contain timeless insights that focus on God—his character and activity—and remind us how we can live in close relationship to him.
The proverbs were structured in such a way that they could easily be memorized and shared with others. They were designed to be a spiritual resource that was always available in the midst of everyday life. Over the next four weeks, I invite you to memorize these words of wisdom and share them with as many people as possible. #NotTrending #NotTrendingChallenge
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