African pearls

Proverbs contain the philosophy, humour, symbolism and religions of the peoples who use them. The Apostle Paul understood this principle. He borrowed a quote from  Grecian poets to enlighten his audience.  

'As their poets have said' Acts 17:28

The sentiment is universal and not restricted to Greeks or any particular race of poets. I therefore have created this page based on the Apostle Paul’s method to open up a goldmine of Akan proverbs to enrich your mind. Enjoy!

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27 Gossip https://wp.me/p9kkri-W7

26 Pointless https://wp.me/p9kkri-Ut

25 Final warning  https://wp.me/p9kkri-Ti

24 The body guard https://wp.me/p9kkri-SU

23 In the know https://wp.me/p9kkri-Sm

22 Avoid trouble https://wp.me/p9kkri-Sq

21 Strategy https://wp.me/p9kkri-Re

20 Powerful people https://wp.me/p9kkri-Qu

19 Fear aliaenates https://wp.me/p9kkri-Qv 

18 Protection https://wp.me/p9kkri-R0

17 Askhttps://wp.me/p9kkri-LK

16 Free yourself  https://wp.me/p9kkri-Kz

15 Did you hear about? https://wp.me/p9kkri-Fm

14 Manipulation https://wp.me/p9kkri-Fr

13 Confidence https://wp.me/p9kkri-Cg

12 Rethink before you take a short cut https://wp.me/p9kkri-Fd

11 Necessitate https://wp.me/p9kkri-Fa

https://bibleblogger.online/2018/05/27/as-their-poets-have-said-acts-1728/                          Team Ghana