Proverbs 9:3 (Mini Sermon)


3. Pro 9:3 - "She hath sent forth her maidens: she crieth upon the highest places of the city," A. She hath sent forth her maidens: i. Once wisdom built her house (Pro 9:1) and prepared her feast (Pro 9:2), she then sends her maidens out into the city to invite guests (Pro 9:3-5). a. Maiden n. - 1. a. A girl; a young (unmarried) woman; = maid 1. 4. A maid-servant, a female attendant. 1611 Bible Ps. cxxiii. 2 As the eyes of a maiden [looke] vnto the hand of her mistresse. b. In other words, wisdom sent out her servants to invite guests to the feast she had prepared. ii. This is symbolic of Jesus Christ the wisdom of God (1Co 1:24) sending out His apostles and ministers to cry unto men to repent and come into His church (Mar 6:7, 12; Act 9:15 c/w Act 22:15, 21 c/w Act 26:16-20). a. The word apostle means sent. b. Apostle n. - I. A person sent. 1. a. (As in Gr.) One sent on an errand, a messenger. 2. spec. (Now with capital initial.) The twelve witnesses whom Jesus Christ sent forth to preach his Gospel to the world; also the subsequently-commissioned Barnabas (Acts xiii. 2, xiv. 14), and Paul, the ‘Apostle of the Gentiles.’ c. The apostles were sent forth by Christ to preach (Mar 3:14). B. she crieth upon the highest places of the city, i. Through her servants, wisdom cries upon the highest places of the city. ii. She cries in the top of high places, along the roads that are well traveled, and at the entry of the city to gain access to the most amount of people as possible (Pro 1:20-21; Pro 8:2-3). iii. The Lord sent the apostles into all the world, to all nations, and to the uttermost parts of the earth to call men into His kingdom (Mat 28:19; Mar 16:15, 20; Act 1:8). iv. He sent his ministers in the highways and hedges to compel men to come to the feast in His house which He prepared for them (Mat 22:8-10; Luk 14:16-23).
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