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Proverbs 1:23-26

Proverbs 1:23-26 is a passage from the book of Proverbs in the Old Testament of the Bible. It is a warning to those who reject Wisdom and choose instead to follow the ways of foolishness.


Here is a deeper explanation of the passage:

"23 Repent at my rebuke! Then I will pour out my thoughts to you; I will make known to you my teachings. 24 But since you refuse to listen when I call and no one pays attention when I stretch out my hand, 25 since you disregard all my advice and do not accept my rebuke, 26 I, in turn, will laugh when disaster strikes you; I will mock when calamity overtakes you."


In these verses, the speaker is Wisdom personified, calling out to those who have rejected her teachings. She urges them to repent and turn away from their foolish ways, promising that if they do so, she will give them her thoughts and instructions.


However, the speaker says that those who refuse to listen to her call and do not accept her rebuke will suffer the consequences of their foolishness.


So then, when disaster strikes and calamity overtakes them, Wisdom will laugh and mock them, as they have brought their troubles upon themselves by ignoring her guidance.


This passage emphasizes the importance of listening to wise counsel and heeding the advice of those with knowledge and experience. In addition, it warns against the dangers of pride and arrogance, which can blind people to the truth and lead them to destruction.


In summary, Proverbs 1:23-26 is a call to repentance and a warning against the dangers of rejecting Wisdom and following the ways of foolishness. It emphasizes the importance of listening to wise counsel and heeding the advice of those with knowledge and experience.

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