According to Proverbs 13 11, when you gather wealth by labor – that is, you work hard and wisely and you are diligent in your work – you will increase that wealth – you will make your wealth grow. You might even become rich!
According to Proverbs 13 11, the way to make money that will cause it to increase is to gather it little by little with diligent and wise labor.
In Proverbs 13 11, the alternative to wealth gotten by vanity – or, wealth that is obtained through deception or that is obtained too easily and quickly – is to gather that wealth little by little by honest and diligent labor.
According to Proverbs 13 11, the kind of wealth that will be diminished – or that will dwindle away and not stick around and not be accumulated – is wealth that is gotten by vanity – that is, wealth that is achieved through deceit or even wealth that is obtained quickly without the kind of hard work that is necessary to achieve wealth that is lasting.
According to Proverbs 13 11, wealth gotten by vanity – that is, wealth that is gained deceitfully or even wealth that is come by quickly and that you don’t have to work hard for – that kind of wealth will be diminished or will dwindle away.
The key to understanding Psalm 24 is to recognize why it was written – its background and context. David wrote this psalm for a special occasion. Let’s turn our attention to the end of this psalm to discover why Psalm 24 was written. Verse 7 in the KJV says, Lift up your heads, O ye […]
We read in 1 Kings 1:13 that David had sworn to Bathsheba that Solomon would be king after him. Where do we see this promise origially being made? In 1 Chronicles 28 we are given the account of David assembling the officials and telling them that Solomon will be the one to rule after him and […]
According to “The Reign of Solomon(1 Kings1-11)” by Bob Deffinbough (https://bible.org/seriespage/20-reign-solomon-1-kings-1-11) Solomon wrote 1005 songs and 3000 proverbs.
I Samuel 2:21 says, “And the Lord visited Hannah, so that she conceived, and bare three sons and two daughters. And the child Samuel grew before the Lord.” So, Hannah had five children after Samuel. See also https://www.explainingthebook.com/how-many-children-did-hannah-have/ for a fuller answer to the question, “How many children did Hannah have?”