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Solomon, speaker of “three thousand proverbs” (1 Kings 4:32), wrote Proverbs around 900 B.C. Perhaps he included some proverbs he’d collected from other sources. “Proverbs” comes from the Hebrew word mashal, “to be like” or “to compare,” which has several meanings: a parable, a proverbial saying, a byword, a prophetic figurative discourse, or a short poem of ethical wisdom. The element of comparison appears throughout many of the proverbs. The book’s Hebrew title is Mishle Shelomah, “Proverbs of Solomon.”
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