Practical Proverbs for Older Students NAS

High School Credit in Biblical Life Management Skills


Practical Proverbs is an 80 lesson workbook for the mature 7th grader through high school, college, and adulthood.  The first 40 lessons are an expositional study of Proverbs 1-9.  The student will be completing a chart comparing the characteristics and results of wisdom and foolishness.  The last 40 lessons are topical taken from Proverbs 10-31. The grace of Jesus through New Testament verses is heavily referenced. The book includes the student workbook, application activities, discussion questions, Bible memory, and a list of additional resources.  The high school student can earn ½ credit in Bible or Life Management by just going through the workbook.  By adding some of the additional readings, a full credit can be earned.  

Topics include:

  • Anger Management
  • Pride/Humility
  • Receiving Discipline/Rules
  • Trusting God
  • Food
  • Relationships with parents, others, and God
  • Wisdom and Knowledge
  • Honor/Dishonor
  • Money Management
  • Attitudes
  • Spiritual Warfare/ Renewing our minds
  • Shame
  • Drugs and alcohol
  • Raising children
  • Being a godly man or woman
  • Proverbs 31 woman
  • And more

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  1. Yvette Richey

    This is a great Bible study. Proverbs is such a good book to study and this guide is organized in a way that makes the study meaningful. Just studying about the way the Bible compares a wise man and a fool was worth it, but there is so much more to this guide. I have used it with my two grandsons, ages 12 and 14. We studied it together, which allowed for many wonderful discussions concerning the lessons and Scriptures. We have all benefited from the study as ‘God’s Word does not return to Him void.’ Isaiah 55:11

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