The Call of Wisdom Can you hear me now? The famous Verizon Wireless commercials spoke to the frustration we all feel at some point using a cell phone. When you’re talking with someone (is it me or does it seem like it’s always during important conversations?)
Our last study we looked at where Solomon sets up the purpose for the entire book and provides the foundation and/or the starting point to obtain wisdom. In the next set of verses, Solomon leads us to a timeless choice. Though we have ‘advanced’
The whole purpose of these wisdom walks and why I’m doing this is found in Proverbs 1:2-4. But to prepare for our walk today, let’s pray through v. 5-6. Feel free to voice your own prayer from it or pray with me here. Holy Father, we come
Jude writes his short letter to the church, urging them to contend for the true gospel in light of false teachers who had slipped in among them; they were teaching in error that God’s gift of grace allows Christians to live in whatever lifestyle they
In , we have the beautiful retelling of Jesus feeding the five thousand. It is a story many of us are familiar with. It is a perfect example of provision, of not enough becomingre than enough, of God defying circumstances to reach His people. Thement
Joy is both a gift from God and a command of God. We find joy in His presence (Psalm 16:11). So every follower of Christ can celebrate that through His Spirit, God is growing in them the fruit of Joy (Galatians 5:22). At the same time, we are...
Adapted from a Christmas Eve Candlelight Service message at Agape Church We are naturally drawn to light because most of us do not prefer the dark. At least we do not prefer it for long periods of time or in situations where it’s not planned. If the
Thanksgiving doesn’t always come easily to the heart heavy with grief or the soul battling weariness. It’s much easier to count our sufferings one by one; it’s much easier to lay out our burdens and keep a running list of them in our heads. But