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 PROVERBS 6:6-9

 

"Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise. Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler. Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep?"

 

Dr. Mike Bagwell

 

LESSON 1, INTRODUCTION:

The Text is from the Old Testament Book of Proverbs. Actually from two different chapters. That's the case because I want us to study the little "ants" God created.

"There be four things which are little upon the earth, but they are exceeding wise. The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer. The conies are but a feeble folk, yet make they their houses in the rocks. The locusts have no king, yet go they forth all of them by bands. The spider taketh hold with her hands, and is in kings' palaces." Proverbs 30:24-28

These four things are wise?

Is that what Solomon said?

In fact, he calls these little creatures "exceeding wise." The way he does that in the Hebrew language is interesting. These groups are labled "chakam chakam!" An adjective first, then a participle. They are, literally, "wise wise!" Or more like this, "wise at being wise!"

The "conies" are probably some kind of "badgers," say most scholars. Although to the King James translators a "coney" would have been a member of the "rabbit" family. Matthew Henry calls them "mice," a fact that might upset one person I know.

Whichever they are, they live in the rocks! "The conies are but a feeble folk, yet make they their houses in the rocks." That fact alone is enough to preach a while! I live in the Rock, too! Jesus, my Saviour! "The Lord is my Rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust." Quoted from Psalm 18:2. Anyone who lives there, in Jesus the Rock of Ages, is wise wise!

The "locusts" too. Alone a single grasshopper poses no threat. But let them all get together, and watch out! The crops are no longer safe! "The locusts have no king, yet go they forth all of them by bands."

The lesson here is that group work is often better than solo work! It was not good for Adam to be alone! A threefold cord is not easily broken! Watch the math here: "One shall chase a thousand, and two put ten thousand to flight." I would have thought two might have chased two thousand, but no! The power multiplies when in unison! Christians, take note! Locusts then are wise wise also! The quote is from Deuteronomy 32:30.

Then the "spider" is listed! As wise? "The spider taketh hold with her hands, and is in kings' palaces." She spins her web, intricately and beautifully, producing beauty from within! Ugly spider, but a very unique home! From her inner strength, by means of her web, she dwells in lavish places, catches her food, rests when tired, and reveals her amazing ingenuity!

Do you know anyone who is beautiful down inside? And out of that heart of godliness is producing all kinds of sweet and helpful and lovely things? Good works to glorify their Father in Heaven! The spider too, wise wise!

What amazing little animals! And what interesting study techniques we are being taught as well. Seeing creation as God sees it!

Then come the ants, our focus for the next dew days. "The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer."

Constantly foraging for food, these little insects are amazing. Not strong in comparison to humans, but relatively speaking, awesome workers! They overcome many limitations, to get the job done! I mean whatever job is at hand! Food for their families apparently being foremost. A lesson in faithfulness as well, I suppose. Overcoming my weaknesses, to do what God instructs me to do. Yes, the ants also are wise wise, Proverbs 30 style, superlative wisdom!

I'm using this Text today as a "springboard." We're heading for Proverbs 6:6-9 tomorrow, the Lord willing. "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise. Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler. Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep?"

Lessons from nature, God's handiwork!

I can hardly wait.

                                                                           --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

 

 

LESSON 2, VERSE 6:

The subject will be "ants," those little insects God created.

The Text is Proverbs 6:6-11. "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise. Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep? Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep. So shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth, and thy want as an armed man."

Today we will just begin, isolating verse 6. Still, it's God's Word in front of us here. "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise."

The verse, the whole Text really, is addressed to the sluggard. It means a lazy man. In Hebrew the noun is spelled "atzsel," and means one who is sluggish in the sense of being "slothful." God frowns on laziness, and extols hard work!

So there must be something about the little ants that illustrates busyness, efficiency, diligence.

The verb "go" is "yalak" and means "to walk." Get out there and observe the ants! And of course the verb is an imperative, a command from God to the lazy man or woman.

Now to the little animal who is the hero of our story, of our Text. Really the heroine. I heard a preacher last week call a lady hero a "shero." It's the female ants who do all the work!

The noun "ants" translates "nemalah," a word that apparently means "to cut off," or perhaps "to cut down." Probably a hint at the "harvesting" activities in which many ants are involved. 

So much for the introduction.

Now for the application, the last half of the verse. "Consider her ways, and be wise."

The admonition "consider" translates "raah," a common verb used nearly 3,000 times in the Old Testament! It means "to see, look at, inspect, perceive." In other words "study" the little ants!

They can teach us something!

"Consider her ways."

"Her" ways, again notice the feminine emphasis.

"Ways" utilizes the noun "derek," literally her "roads, paths, journeys," and  even "manners" a few times.

Perhaps this is a reference to the famous ant raids or foraging missions that so consume these little marvels!

Or maybe even the way she marks the trail to her food sources!

"Consider her ways, and be wise."

The result of such study?

Wisdom!

God says so!

Wisdom from the insects?

Remember Job 12:7-9 too. "But ask now the beasts, and they shall teach thee; and the fowls of the air, and they shall tell thee. Or the fishes of the sea shall declare unto thee. Who knoweth not in all these that the Hand of the Lord hath wrought this?"

Text again, please: "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise." 

Those last two words, the verb "be wise" is interesting. "Chakam" means "skilled at godly living!" That's my definition, but it's Biblical. This is another command, an imperative verb.

The whole thrust of Proverbs is Wisdom!

Getting it and keeping it!

Wisdom from the ants, workers supreme!

"And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men." Colossians 3:23

The ants gallantly practice the spirit of this verse!

By means of the printed page I have met a scientist. A man who has studied ants all his life! His Book is amazing. Tomorrow I'll share with you some of what he said about the little ants and their "ways."

Meanwhile, let's all be busy!

Not lazy!

                                                                          --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

 

 

LESSON 3, THE "WAYS" OF THE LITTLE ANTS:

There's a word in verse six that I can't forget. "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise." Proverbs 6:6 again.

Solomon says the ants have "ways." In fact, apparently we can learn much from considering her "ways!"

The noun, as I've mentioned several times lately, is in Hebrew "derek." The word can have a symbolic meaning, such as one's "direction" in life or one's "manner" of behavior.

But literally, as used of the ants here, it means a "road." It can include the lesser idea of a "path," a "way" in that sense.

Ants have "roads?"

Yes, they do.

Called by the scientists "trails," these things are quite elaborate. They are road construction engineers, the ants. Good ones, too!

For example, ants come in three sizes! Minor, media and major, body sizes I mean. All three in the same species! Not counting the queen either! And all three sizes are involved in road construction!

The majors are well over ten times the size of the minors, though not nearly as numerous. One author likened the majors to heavy road construction equipment, doing the big jobs! The minors do the lighter work!

See the organization here?

Roads to get the food home!

And to get the soldiers out, when danger is near!

Get this. Some ants remove roots along the route! Others haul in dirt, a grain at a time! They even slant the roadway slightly, to drain excess water from its surface! Brilliant!

They build "shoulders" for the road, and keep it smooth and even, no potholes allowed!

These workers, instead of searching for food, like the other ants, search for sand and other appropriate building materials! How do they know to do this?

These things rival our human highway systems, they really do!

A clean-up crew patrols the highways also, keeping any fallen leaves and twigs removed!

One entomologist watched such road building with awe, observing ants trying to move things many times their weight, pushing and shoving and lifting again and again, until the task was complete!

And get this. They build roads under the ground too! Tunnels we would call them, I guess. With equal precision and diligence as the foraging trails up top!

Mercy!

How can we Followers of the Lord get any "wisdom" from such things?

Oh, spiritually speaking we are road builders too!

John the Baptist was, for sure! Forecasting the coming of Jesus our Saviour, he encouraged: "Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight." Matthew 3:3, building the road of life, straight and level, because Jesus is coming again! The Baptist was trying to prepare the world for Jesus' First Coming. "Way" means "road," in Greek now, not Hebrew. And "paths," a "well worn" highway!

Listen to Paul in Hebrews 12:13, still talking about roads! "And make straight paths for your feet, lest that which is lame be turned out of the way." I hope you see the road imagery. Let's build the road we're going to travel carefully, with great forethought.

And Timothy was encouraged by the Apostle to do his very best for God! "Meditate upon these things; give thyself wholly to them; that thy profiting may appear to all." 1st Timothy 4:15, where the noun "profiting" is "prokope," meaning a "trail cut up ahead," so others may follow. Spiritual road building again! A pioneer road builder!

Preachers today, leaders of any kind, parents and grandparents too, we are all to be busy building straight and level and dependable roadways, according to the standards of God's Word! So the younger Christians can follow.

Our spiritual road building will, much like the ants, require cooperation, strength, determination, and extended effort. All to get the job accomplished!

What kind of road are you building?

Or are you following the path of least resistance?

Me too, same questions.

Now let's return to our Text, just the pertinent clause. "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise."

I believe I understand this a little better now. I wonder how Solomon knew about  the road building capabilities of the little ants?

Hand me a shovel, please.

I at least need to make some repairs!

                                                                            --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

Oh yes!

Road building will also, no doubt, require making some crooked places straight! Some low places higher! And some swampy places off-limits! 

 

 

LESSON 4, THEIR AMAZING COORDINATION:

The word, I think, is "synergy." That's when the interaction of two forces is greater, much greater, when combined. Even greater than twice the expected total. Illustrated numerically, this is an example of addition, 2 + 2 = 4. Here are those numbers when synergized, 2 + 2 = 9.

But in the world of the little "ants" this interaction is even greater than that! My science Text calls it "stigmergy!" This is the condition in which vast amounts of work are accomplished by seemingly uncoordinated and incommunicable entities. As if something invisible is in charge!

Specifically, the hordes of ants in a colony or nest can act as a "unit," through they are deaf and through they have no leader! Let me change the word "unit" to "organism!"

Some theorists say they, the ants, mimic artificial intelligence!

Let me put all this in Scriptural terms. Talking about ants, "Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest." Proverbs 6:7-8

They work as a unit, as a "living body" of insects, though there is no apparent "brain" behind their action!

Many ants, countless at times, working as one!

No leader!

Yet very efficient, miraculously so nearly!

How do they know what to do?

The question still baffles scientists!

All I can tell you is that God created them this way, the ants!

One group of them builds their house! Another fights their battles! Another yet cares for road construction! Others hunt for food! With no coordinator at all! And when necessary they can swap jobs, for the greater good of the colony!

Mercy!

Why all this today, Brother Bagwell?

They, I think, picture the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ!

Many members, one body!

Each little part knowing how to function in its place!

Wow!

Also this "stigmergy" idea might be illustrated each time the Word of God is preached!

In this sense I mean. Without the Preacher ever applying the Text, without his specifically lambasting folks for this or that action, or without a ten-step plan of response, the Word of God combined with the Holy Spirit produces a type of "synergy" in the lives of the hearers of that message!

Some do what the first verse of the Text asks.

Others obey the second verse.

Still more might apply a single clause from the last verse!

And so on!

It's amazing!

I see it every week!

It's synergy!

It's stigmergy!

I believe it happened last night at Church!

To the Glory of God!

And the Lord's people, responding to the declaration of God's Word, old fashioned preaching, without scalding step by step orders, hear and apply and practice all kinds of Bible precepts and courses of action, from a single Passage of Scripture!

Amazing!

The Driving Force behind that must be, no doubt, the Holy Spirit of God!

And we Christians have our spiritual "meat" provided week after week, month after month, by an Intelligence far beyond our capabilities!

Yes!

"Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest." Proverbs 6:7-8

Those little ants area about to become sublime!

The Church became sublime two thousand years ago!

                                                                           --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

 

 

LESSON 5, GUIDES AND OVERSEERS AND RULERS:

The verses we can't seem to exhaust are Proverbs 6:7-8. Here they are again. The lowly little ants are in view, "Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest."

I'm interested today in what appears to be the lack of hierarchy among the ants. They appear to be a "leaderless" society! No guides, overseers or rulers!

How can they teach us anything about "wisdom" from this strange trait?

I mean Proverbs 6:6 style, "Go to the ant, consider her ways, and be wise." This is a command too!

Surely it's a lesson in initiative.

Doing things, godly things, staying spiritually active, without a "boss" to drive us forward!

As in Ecclesiastes 9:10. "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might."

Jesus had this same kind of "drive." John 9:4, "I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no man can work."

Not having to be told every move to make, yet accomplishing a lot for the Lord. I sure hope Brother Bagwell fits into that category.

But this thought too.

She has no "guide, overseer or ruler," the ant.

Conversely, we Christian do!

I studied these words yesterday morning. Carefully.

"Guide," in Hebrew "qatzsyn," means "captain or commander," but the noun comes from a verb that means "to cut, to scrape," strong and abrasive definitions! A guide is someone Who can make you feel miserable, clipping and trimming and pruning away the wrong things that have gradually accumulated in our lives!

I think this may be a Picture of the Holy Spirit Who cleanses us, cuts too if necessary, day by day! We have a Guide!

"Overseer" translates "shoter," pronounced like sho-tare' I believe. It also has the idea of an officer or a superintendent of an organization. But it is derived from a verb meaning "to write!" Maybe like Secretary of State, or Court Reporter. Or even Head Teacher. But the ants have none of these creatures.

Yet we Believers in Jesus certainly do! Someone has written us a Book! Nearly twelve hundred chapters! And that Book, the Bible, "oversees" us pretty well! We are mandated to obey it!

Then "ruler," beautifully incorporating the noun "mashal." It means "one who has dominion." The governor!

And do we followers of the Lord have these too? Most certainly! It's the very noun used for "proverbs!" For example, "The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel," that's "mashal." From Proverbs 1:1 no less! Goodness, Solomon alone wrote over 3,000 proverbs according to First Kings 4:32.

And while some Preachers say the Proverbs are not binding, not rules or regulations but general principles, I disagree. The very noun for "proverbs" as we've just noted, "mashal," means "governors." Sounds like supervision to me!

What the ants lack or maybe do not even need, is essential for us Christians! And God has certainly provided them for us, "guides, overseeers and rulers!"

The Holy Spirit, our Guide!

The Word of God, our Overseer.

And specifically the Book of Proverbs, our Ruler!

So that we may be fed and thereby grow spiritually!

Wow!

                                                                               --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

 

 

LESSON 6, VERSE 8:

The ants, of all the insects, are among the most industrious.

They are workers!

Solomon expresses it this way: "She provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest." Proverbs 6:8

The noun "meat" is "lechem," meaning "bread" most literally. But it can mean more than that too. In the King James Bible it is also translated as "feast, fruit, food, and provision." It is developed from a verb meaning "to fight, to do battle, to make war." Then "lechem" can be war bounty.

Whether by fighting or farming, ants work for their nourishment!

Now to the corresponding word, the parallel word, for "meat." She gathereth her "food" as well. Now we have the Hebrew noun "maakal," with basically the same meaning though! Once in Scripture it's rendered as "victuals." But to the background now, "maakal" is derived from "akal," meaning "to devour, to consume."

So, food must be acquired, the implication of "lechem," before it can be enjoyed, the implication of "maakal." And the ants have perfected the process! They know how to go "shopping" for groceries! And they know how to "enjoy the meal" once it's prepared!

Time, the passing of several weeks, might be implied here. Another commendation of the ant's steadiness, faithfulness, determination.

Now to the little hints that are seasonal. "She provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest."

"Summer" is "qayitzs," presenting the root idea of "coming awake!" Sounds more like spring than summer to us. But summer is when the crops start to wake up, fruit and nuts and vegetables and grains are on the way! Not here yet, but soon!

And the ant is already eating? Looks like it! "She provideth her meat in the summer." This little insect has food even before harvest! How so? From last years crops, no doubt! She has conserved and saved enough food from the plenteous times to be able to eat during the lean times, just before harvest! At least that's what I get from this sequence.

And "She gathereth her food in the harvest."

The noun "harvest" is "qatzsiyr," very similar to "summer," the word we've just studied. It might be related to a word meaning "to bind," as sheaves of grain are tied together in the fields before being brought to the barn. Point is this, it's later in the year. Lots of work at harvest time, and the ants are still on the job!

Now to the verbs, "provideth" and "gathereth." The first one is "kun" in Hebrew, "to prepare, to establish." And the second is "agar," meaning "to collect."

Gathering food!

Being sure the colony is fed!

That's the ant's primary concern, or at least it's near the top.

And the ways the ant does this are myriad!

Some ants eat vegetables. Others eat meat, even frogs at times. They "gang" attack these giants, to a little ant anyway, and bring him down!

Ants even farm their own food, planting and growing and harvesting it, some species anyway! Other ants rob the nests of their competitors, stealing their little "honey pot" slaves, servant ants grown for the express purpose of being fed until they are obese, and then used as food reserves! A repudiating thought but a brilliant food provision strategy!

What the lesson here!

Always busy!

Always preparing for the future!

With some past reserves of food conserved for today!

Never lacking!

How could any of us ever be lazy or slothful or indolent again?

Having read about these amazing little insects!

Don't ever tell me there is no Creator!

I know Him!

He's my Saviour too!

Acts 10:38 says of Jesus, "He went about doing good!" Sounds pretty busy to me! He never wasted a minute in His Life!

Neither should we!

                                                                          --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

 

 

LESSON 7, VERSE 9:

The "ant" lessons we've been studying are applied very precisely in Scripture. Watch now. Immediately after the suggestion to study these little insects, Solomon asks a question. "How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep?" Proverbs 6:9

The Lord is about to apply these truths. "She, the ant, has no guide, overseer, or ruler, but provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest."

Scripture does not here address the wicked man or the strange women or the liar or the hypocrite, even though they might can learn things from these insects, of course.

The Bible applies the ant's work ethic to the "sluggard!"

To the lazy man or woman!

Sir, or Madam: "How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep?"

The lazy person does not wake up very early.

He sleeps too much!

He never wants to work!

And he certainly needs to consider the lowly little ant!

That little creature who works nearly non-stop!

Wow!

For some reason God detests laziness!

I've gathered a few Bible Verses about this particular sin. Yes, I said sin! Wasting time and energy and talent and potential is wrong!

Remember Paul. Twice he warned us to "Redeem the time!" Make every minute count! Both in Ephesians 5:16 and Colossians 4:5.

Does sluggishness get God's attention, negatively?

Proverbs 10:26 says: "As vinegar to the teeth, and as smoke to the eyes, so is the sluggard to them that send him." A lazy man is not a good messenger. He may sit down and sleep on the journey! His mission will be a failure, perhaps even repulsive!

Proverbs 13:4 says: "The soul of the sluggard desireth, and hath nothing: but the soul of the diligent shall be made fat." A lazy man knows how to "want" things, but is not willing "to work" to get them!

Proverbs 20:4 says: "The sluggard will not plow by reason of the cold; therefore shall he beg in harvest, and have nothing." If it's too cold or too hot outside, the lazy man or woman will not work. They are always coming up with excuses!

Proverbs 26:16 now: "The sluggard is wiser in his own conceit than seven men that can render a reason." You will never be able to tell the lazy man that he is wrong about anything. He will not believe you!

Proverbs 12:27 says: "The slothful man roasteth not that which he took in hunting: but the substance of a diligent man is precious." He's so indolent he won't even cook the food he has killed, the deer or rabbit or whatever.

Proverbs 18:9 too: "He also that is slothful in his work is brother to him that is a great waster." Lazy people do not take care of what they do possess! They are very careless about their property.

Proverbs 19:24 says: "A slothful man hideth his hand in his bosom, and will not so much as bring it to his mouth again." Now he's so lazy he will not even feed himself! Pretty bad! "Bring me my breakfast in bed," he asks of his wife. Daily!

Proverbs 22:13 then: "The slothful man saith, There is a lion without, I shall be slain in the streets." He invents reasons not to go outside! Not to go to a job! Not to cut the grass! "Something might go wrong!"

Proverbs 26:14 says: "As the door turneth upon his hinges, so doth the slothful upon his bed." The door is always on its hinges! So is Mr. Lazy always in bed, or far too much so anyway!

Now let's apply these things.

To lazy people everywhere, and most folks do have some tendencies in this area, sometimes. "We owe ourselves," you know!

To all who are not as diligent as they should be, including Brother Bagwell who is far from perfect, consider the ant!

Who is not lazy!

No, she isn't!

One of the greatest little workers on earth!

                                                                         --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

Lesson learned?

Yes or no?

 

 

LESSON 8, VERSES 10-11:

The lazy man is depicted in Scripture as one who sleeps and sleeps and sleeps! Doing no work, of course. He is contrasted to the little "ant," the insect, in Proverbs 6:6-11.

"Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep. So shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth, and thy want as an armed man." Proverbs 6:10-11

By now we have left the ants behind, and are focusing on the sluggard. He, Mr. Laziness, is presented as being very tired. He wants to roll over and sleep some more! I can almost see him yawn! "Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep."

But a warning is attached to this portrait.

About approaching danger.

A danger the ants would never have allowed to develop.

"So shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth, and thy want as an armed man."

What's on the way?

Poverty!

Headed toward the lazy man's house.

The noun is "reysh," from a verb that means "to lack, to be poor or needy." The word is found only seven times in the Old Testament, each time being translated as here, "poverty."

No work, then there will be no salary!

No farming, no crops!

No fighting, no safety!

No diligence, no character.

"Sluggard, so shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth, and thy want as an armed man."

The verb "come" is "bo," said like "bow," and means it's "as good as here!" It will not stop. No detours either! As if the verbal action is already complete!

Non-workers do not have much, do not possess much!

Willful, determined shirkers!

Now this approaching poverty is compared to two kinds of people. A traveler on a journey, but sure to arrive at his destination! And an armed robber who cannot be stopped! "Thy poverty will come as one that travelleth, and thy want as an armed man."

The verb "travelleth" translates "halak," the common word for "walking." But it is formed in the piel stem, suggesting intensive action! Deliberately, resolutely walking!

Poverty is stalking the lazy man! And will not stop until it reaches his house, enters his living room and ransacks the place!

"And thy want as an armed man." What's this? Poverty, once it arrives, cannot be turned away or reversed! Not easily! It's like an armed man, holding the lazy man at gunpoint! The Hebrew suggests that poverty itself will be armed, protected by a shield, so as not to be repelled!

That's the Lesson all right!

No work, eventually no resources.

Pretty simple really.

Are we willing to learn?

                                                                       --- Dr. Mike Bagwell

Let's all be more diligent!

Busy bees for Jesus!

 

 

 

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