Wednesday Wisdom | Guard Your Heart

One of the key verses Sweet T and I have committed to memory is found in Chapter 4 of the Book of Proverbs. The latter verses (20-27) in Proverbs 4 encourage us to take a personal spiritual inventory to check and see if we’re actually living a life that is pleasing to the Lord and […]

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Wednesday Wisdom | The Beginning of Wisdom

Wisdom literature is a form of writing that was common among the nations of the Ancient Near East, including Egypt, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Canaan, and Israel. Sages, wise men, and court scribes shared practical, intelligent maxims concerning how to live life well and contemplated the meaning and value of being human. Mashals were the most common […]

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Proverbs | Finding Wisdom in the Digital Age

Quite naturally, we turn to God when we are grappling with a challenging problem, persevering in a daunting situation or enduring a trying circumstance. But we don’t have to wait until times are tough to seek the Lord. We can seek God when times are good too. Things in my life are going well. I’m […]

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Daily Scripture | 12.14.2018

How has your week been? Me—I’ve been praying through some things, seeking God’s direction and wisdom. Where do you go to find those things? I have learned to lean on the Word because it informs and instructs me when I’m not sure what to do or which direction to go. Sometimes, I get confused, living […]

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Evening Prayer 20 | 11.7.2018

In the wake of the mid-term elections, Father God, help us come together as a people. We pray for unity so that our nation may move forward. None of us can have everything we want, Father God. Nor should we. Help us employ wisdom and discernment as we tackle big problems together. Let the spirit […]

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