SCRIPT FOR TODAY: PDCP- 05/02/15- “Even Fools Are Thought To Be Wise!” (Proverbs 17:28)

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SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 05/02/15- “Even Fools Are Thought To Be Wise!” (Proverbs 17:28)

Premise Question: On what exact occasion is it, that there’s a presumption of intelligence assumed even for fool; a time when they are perceived, viewed and regarded, as someone who is thought to have good sense, a modicum of smarts and at least some degree of wisdom?

Even fools are thought wise when they keep silent; with their mouths shut, they seem intelligent. (‭Proverbs‬ ‭17‬:‭28‬ NLT)

So, even those who lack good judgement and common sense will have a presumption of having a modicum of smarts if they stay mute, but that’s not all, if they choose to keep their mouths shut and not speak, they’ll be viewed as having great insight and understanding! (Proverbs 17:28 PDCP)

Bottom Line: There are those times and occasions, where one may be subject to, and under a presumption of, thinking that someone is really smart, filled with supreme intelligence, being full of useful and great wisdom, but alas, the someone then proceeds to open their mouth and the truth is exposed, as the words begin to flow out. That’s when it quickly becomes crystal clear and quite apparent, that the someone has a dearth of intellectual prowess, as they begin to exhibit a lack of brilliance or of having any smarts, without even a modicum of wisdom. Perhaps, maybe there have been times or occasions where we’ve found ourselves to be the one who refused to hold or restrain our tongue and the flow of inappropriate and not very helpful words that flowed out! There are times and occasions, though, where it would not only be appropriately prudent, but extremely wise, for us to shut the trap door, lock it up and throw away the key, to zip it, close it, button it up, confine the remarks or even hit the mute and stay completely silent! Propriety and aptness should always rule the day, otherwise, we will wreck and rue the day, the occasion and times, where we were not using wisdom or discernment, and everyone became well aware and knew it! A friend recently told me something their mother use to tell them all the time. “Son, you can’t argue with silence!” It’s said that silence is golden! I say, only, in some cases, if it stays hidden, otherwise it’s exposed as fools gold! For even fools are thought to be wise when they keep quiet, by staying silent! Let’s choose to be wise! Blessings…
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Words and Principles to Live by…

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The 30 Wise/Sage Principles Of Life-adapted from The Proverbs/MSG version. (Pro. 22:27-24:22)

1.) Don’t take advantage of the poor!

2.) Don’t keep company with angry or hotheaded people!

3.) Don’t gamble on a foolish fantasy or delusion!

4.) Don’t mess with established boundaries!

5.) Observe and follow the example of those who are good at their work!

6.) Mind your manners and own business, be propitious!

7.) Don’t wear yourself out trying to become rich; it’s fleeting and foolish!

8.) Don’t accept something from someone, thinking you’ll not have to give something in return. There’s no free lunch. Strings will always be attached!

9.) Don’t waste your time talking to fools-it makes no sense!

10.) Don’t try to cheat anyone!

11.) Listen to wise instruction with open ears, heart and mind!

12.) Don’t be afraid to administer discipline!

13.) Make your parents happy and proud by becoming wise!

14.) Don’t follow or envy the careless rebels! Soak in the presence and the fear of The Lord!

15.) Moderation in everything, stay pointed in the right direction!

16.) Make your mother and father proud of you, by, respecting your father and taking care of your mother when she grows old!

17.) Pay attention to all that The Lord is telling you! And for your sake, stay away from whores!

18.) Don’t let drink control and rule your life-not a pleasant sight!

19.) Don’t envy bad people, don’t hang around with them! You hang around with them, you may end up being hung with them!

20.) Wisdom, understanding, knowledge; it takes them all to build a house with a firm foundation, with every room filled with wonderful furnishings and treasures!

21.) It’s better to be wise than strong! Intelligence outweighs muscle any day!

22.) Wise conversation will always be over the heads of fools! In any serious discussion, they will always be clueless!

23.) Steer clear of those who are always stirring up trouble!

24.) Difficult and hard times reveal our true character and what we are made of!

25.) Rescue the perishing without excuses or any hesitation!

26.) Eat the honey of The Word; for its knowledge and wisdom for our souls and will secure our life!

27.) Don’t mess in people’s lives!

28.) Don’t laugh at people’s plight!

29.) Don’t worry about braggarts or wish that you could succeed like the wicked!

30.) Always fear God, respect your leaders, don’t be rebellious, defiant or mutinous!

Treasure these principles, keep them in your heart and apply them in your life on all occasions, in every situation, everyday of your life!



Scrip for today:PDCP-06/09/14-Wise Speech

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Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. (Colossians 4:5, 6 NIV)

Be prudent, with proper discernment, in regards to the manner of your deportment towards those who presently are not yet a part of the redeemed, the family of God; be compelled, with great temerity, taking full advantage on every occasion of each favorable condition presented to you. Let your interactions with others, through the words that are spoken and exchanged, without exception, be abundantly flavored with expressions that preserve and are filled with favor, goodwill and kindness; this, so you will properly perceive, with complete comprehension and understanding, coming into the full realization of how to respond correctly, with an appropriate reply, to every person you may engage. (Colossians 4:5,6 PDCP)