Lesson Five: Women . . .

Nothing Good After Midnight . . . 

There's nothing like a story to make a truth memorable! Solomon's tale about the naive young man and boisterous woman paints a picture that helps bind truth to the heart. Let's talk about that this week. 

How would you summarize each of chapters 7, 8, and 9? What #hashtag would you give to each one of those?

In what situations of life are you most tempted to follow folly's path? What biblical truths or specific Bible verses can you meditate on to help keep you on wisdom's path instead?

What has been your biggest challenge in study this week? 

What has been your biggest takeaway this week?

Remember, you don't have to answer all of the questions, but I'd sure like you to pick at least one so we have as many voices as possible in the discussion. Also, thanks to all of you who have been taking the time to comment on one another's posts! That's the way we get actual discussions going on line. :) 

Finally, if you have any difficult people in your life—fools, scoffers, or the like—don't forget to pick up a copy of Jan's Fool-Proofing Your Life at this link.

See you on the blog!

pam :)