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Proverbs 11:14 All the King’s Men


Proverbs 11:14

Where there is no guidance the people fall, But in an abundance of counselors, there is victory.

Many stories we know of or have heard, like Robin Hood or King Arthur and knights of the round table, are fables. Much like DC has Superman and Batman, or Marvel has Spider-man or Captain America, the ancient world had Sir Lancelot and Merlin the wizard. King Arthur and the knights of the round table are a symbol, meaning all are equal for the kingdom of Camelot. They all have the same idea, and many soldiers share that we fight or die as one for God and our country. The wisdom of Proverbs 11:14 is that people need sound guidance and many wise counselors. The president of the United States has an administration office, and he will almost do nothing without their advice. King Arthur and his round table is a marvelous idea, but all the knights know that Arthur is the kingdom’s true king, so they should respect him. Like Superman is a heroic symbol, King Arthur is the king and ruler the people want, but does the great king counselor at his round table? Camelot, the kingdom of King Arthur, has peace cause he and his knight win many battles and keep defending successfully. The religion of Christianity is highly around King Arthur and the knights of the round table, but wickedness is also part of it. Marlin, the magician, cast spells, which, according to God’s word, are witchcraft. Sir Lancelot, King Arthur’s best friend and best warrior has an affair with the king’s wife, Queen Guinevere. King Arthur learns of the matter and loses his trust in his wife, his friend. The knights of the round table, even if they are supposed to be equal, some like King Author more or Sir Lancelot, so division happens. King Arthur; a kingdom falls apart if it teaches God’s wisdom without counsel and not in personal understanding, just like a fantasy folklore story. God bless you all; the Lord Jesus loves you, and so do I, Samuel H.

Psalm 2:1 Why do the nations rage, And the people plot a vain thing? The kings of the earth set themselves, And the rulers take counsel together, Against the Lord and against His Anointed, saying, 3 “Let us break Their bonds in pieces And cast away Their cords from us.” 4 He who sits in the heavens shall laugh; The Lord shall hold them in derision. 5 Then He shall speak to them in His wrath, And distress them in His deep displeasure: 6 “Yet I have set My King On My holy hill of Zion.”

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