by Steve Wagers

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Wine, Women and Song (3 of 5)
Series: Proven Precepts from Proverbs
Steve N. Wagers
April 19, 2006

Sermon Outline
1. A Man and His Women!
A) The Woman We Should Escape
1. Her Attractiveness
2. Her Seductiveness
3. Her Destructiveness
B) The Woman We Should Embrace
2. A Man and His Wine!
A) Its Description
B) Its Deception
C) Its Destruction

I recently read some "Bible Bloopers" taken from Sunday school students.

When the three wise guys from the East Side arrived, they found Jesus in the manager. Jesus was born because Mary had an emaculate contraption.

St. John, the Blacksmith, dumped water on his head.

Jesus enunciated the Golden Rule, which says to do one to others before they do one to you.
He also explained, "Man doth not live by sweat alone."

It was a miracle when Jesus rose from the dead and managed to get the tombstone off the entrance.

The people who followed the Lord were called the 12 decibels.

A Christian should have only one wife. This is called monotony.

The epistles were the wives of the apostles.

One of the opossums was St. Matthew, who was by profession a taximan.

When Mary heard that she was the Mother of Jesus, she sang the Magna Carta.

St. Paul cavorted to Christianity. He preached holy acrimony, which is another name for marriage.

When it comes to the book of Proverbs, we do not find a book of Bible bloopers. Solomon, as a middle-aged man, with discretion and wisdom, shares principles, precepts, and promises for our instruction.

In his comments on "Groundhog Day," Brooks Atkinson writes, "People everywhere enjoy believing things they know are not true. It spares them the ordeal of thinking for themselves and taking responsibility for what they know." He continues, "The old adage, 'What you don't know won't hurt you' is false, as any physician or mechanic can tell you. The truth of the matter is that 'What you don't know CAN KILL YOU!"

If we read study and apply the book of ...

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