Proverbs 3:21-35

As we conclude this three-part series in Proverbs chapter 3, we see one more aspect of living in covenant with the Triune God. First we explored the basis for confidence: never to be found in one’s own reasoning or understanding, but in covenant with the LORD. Such Covenantal Confidence provides confidence for living. Then we followed the theme of godly wisdom as it flowed outward to the blessing of the nations: Covenantal Blessing is God’s favor upon His people for the good of all the nations. Today we consider Covenantal Endurance, which supplies “strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow” (to quote “Great Is Thy Faithfulness”; written by Thomas O. Chisholm [1923]) on your walk along the “paths of righteousness” for His Name’s sake (Psalm 23:3)