Deborah Vs. Helen Of Troy Essay


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In a man’s world in the bible, wisdom from a woman is generally ignored. Lady Wisdom and Deborah show us how wisdom will save us from the ways of the wicked, while Dame Folly and Helen of Troy lead us into situations that we end up regretting and fall into trouble.
Wisdom is supreme, and when it is used, knowledge and understanding are gained. Proverbs 2:12-15 says, “Wisdom will save you from the ways of wicked men, from men whose words are perverse, who leave the straight paths to walk in dark ways, who delight in doing wrong and rejoice in the perverseness of evil, whose paths are crooked and who are devious in their ways.” When we use wisdom wisely, we won’t stumble when we walk or be hampered when we run. Wisdom will guide our heart, and help us avoid evil, and will allow us to leave our simple ways and live. In comparison, Deborah was a prophetess and a judge of Israel who was extremely wise and brave between 1390 and 1050 B.C. She helped the Israelites solve their problems while they argued and helped them win an important battle against Jabin’s army. Jabin was the king of Israel during this time. After Deborah sent for Barak, the son of Abinoam from Kedesh in Naphtali, she told him, “Go, take with you ten thousand men of Naphtali and Zebulin and lead the way to Mount Tabor. I will lure Sisera, the commander of Jabin’s army, with his chariots and his troops to the Kishon River and give him into your hands.” Barak responded, “If you go with me, I will go; but it you don’t go with me, I won’t go.” “Very well,” replied Deborah, “I will go with you. But because of the way you are going about this, the honor will not be yours, for the Lord will had Sisera over to a woman.”
Folly will lead us into the ways of the wicked and cause us to fall into deep trouble. Proverbs 6:17-19 says, “There are six things that God hates, seven that are detestable to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wickedness …

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