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Chapter 1 talks about becoming wise be graceful of your teachings and be gracious you are being taught You should be happy that you are being taught and you are getting a good education and that you will be able to become something in life because of this education that you are fortunately receiving Also it says that only idiots despise wisdom and instruction Which I think is very good to know because it is dumb to just throw away knowledge and wisdom even instruction Chapter 2 I think that this chapter is basically telling us the things that could happen to you if you do not accept wisdom and the things that will happen if you listen to the lords word and the lord can strike fear unto thee soul Chapter 3 I believe that this chapter is basically telling us that we shall not let things come upon us that are not god sort of like the first commandment which is no other gods before him You shall always love him and worship him and not another being Never disobey his correction to you because he is thy one who is right and you are thy one who is wrong His judgment is always absolute and you shalt never disgrace it in any way of life and being or something like that Chapter 4 This Chapter talks of listening and respecting the lords teaching and do not regret not being able to understand what you have been taught by the almighty lord Do not decline the words that escape his mouth for they are for understanding and learning Wisdom is the main thing in life You shall exalt her and be one with her by giving thee a crown of love and life He has taught thee in the way of wisdom so you shall not overcome the strength of his teachings and readings You shall not be tempted by the evil
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