What does the Bible says about sleeping and poverty?

What does the Bible says about sleeping and poverty?

A little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to rest— and poverty will come on you like a thief and scarcity like an armed man. This wise saying addresses a regular theme in Proverbs and is identical to 6:10-11.

What is the purpose of Psalm 20?

Psalm 20:4 says that God “will grant you according to your heart’s desire and fulfill all your purpose…” What a powerful promise for all of us to rest in. We will rejoice in your salvation, And in the name of our God we will set up our banners! May the Lord fulfill all your petitions.

What Scripture talks about sleep?

The Top 10 Bible Verses to Read When You Can’t Sleep

  • “When you lie down, you will not be afraid, when you lie down, your sleep will be sweet.” (
  • “I lay down and slept, yet I woke up in safety, for the LORD was watching over me.” (
  • “Be still, and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10)

Is sleeping late a sin?

I suspect that most people are inclined to say no without careful consideration, but once we do think about it, the answer in most cases is yes, it is a sin. I say most cases because there are always extenuating circumstances and legitimate reasons for sleep deprivation, but those aren’t the norm.

Who was Psalm 20 written to?

Psalm 20 is the 20th psalm of the Book of Psalms, beginning in English in the King James Version: “The LORD hear thee in the day of trouble”….

Psalm 20
“The LORD hear thee in the day of trouble”
Psalms 20-21 in Biblia Hebraica Kittel (1909)
Other name “Exaudiat te Dominus”
Text attributed to David

Who wrote Psalm 20 and why?

The psalm is attributed to David. This psalm and the following one are closely related: they are both liturgical psalms: the first is an intercession, the second is a thanksgiving; in both, the king is the prominent figure. Psalm 20 is used in both Jewish and Christian liturgies. It has often been set to music.