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Pastor Bob explores the teaching of wisdom literature on the themes of wealth and poverty.
Pastor Bob continues the series Words of Wisdom by examining the folly of pride and the wisdom of humility.
Proverbs has a few things to say to each member of the family. Let’s take a look!
“Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord…an honest answer given is like a kiss on the lips.” Obviously, God values honesty and integrity.
Friends and neighbors can be life-giving, troubling, annoying, and necessary for a full and happy life. Scripture has some words of wisdom on this, so let’s study it together.
Work does not equal life. Americans take the fewest vacation days of countries in the developed world. But, the opposite of work is also dangerous. What does Proverbs have to teach us about holding work in a proper light? Reading: Proverbs 24:30-34.
For the Christian, the ultimate authority is God. The practical question is, “How should we follow God when we have authority or live under it?”
Here is a message from Proverbs: “Choose your words carefully and don’t use too many of them.”
The advice of Proverbs 4 is straightforward. The beginning of wisdom is this: Get it! Pursue it! Spend everything you have to find it! It is life to you. Reading: Proverbs 4:1-13.