Lord, what do you want me to do? What decision do you want me to make? Where do you want my life to go? The only way I can decide, Lord, is to put myself in your hands. Like a potter takes clay and makes something of it, Like you took a rib and made a woman, Take me and give me whatever shape you want. Or if you want, break the clay to pieces and start over again. Do with me whatever you want.
Here are proverbs that will help you recognize wisdom and good advice, and understand sayings with deep meaning. They can teach you how to live intelligently and how to be honest, just, and fair. They can make an inexperienced person clever and teach young people how to be resourceful. These proverbs can even add to the knowledge of the wise and give guidance to the educated, so that they can understand the hidden meanings of proverbs and the problems that the wise raise. Prov. 1:1-6