We know Proverbs is full of wisdom, but what kind of wisdom does it give us? Today, we’ll look at several key takeaways of work, a reoccurring topic in the book of Proverbs. How much work is too much? How do we know we’re in the right job or role in the workplace? What major warnings does Solomon give us about our work?
Proverbs 16:3 and other passages
October 6, 2019 • Eric Ryan
Proverbs 8:1-9 and other various Proverbs • November 17, 2019 • David McNeely
We read the book of Proverbs to gain wisdom and draw near to God. We’ve learned the beginning of wisdom starts with the fear of the Lord. Today, we’ll conclude our Proverbs series by looking at honesty. James E Faust said, “Honesty is more than not lying. It is truth telling, truth speaking, truth living, and truth loving.” The question everyone must answer is: Will I trust God with the truth?
Psalms 24 and various Proverbs • November 3, 2019 • Bob Evans
One author expressed childrearing this way. “Parenting is sacred, smelly, exciting, crushing, frustrating and expensive.” As has been often said no one gets a childrearing manual with specific steps to stress free parenting. But we do have the sacred scriptures which provide wise principles for healthy family life. Today we focus on four key truths about parenting which should challenge our thinking and approach to childrearing. This message applies to everyone present because even if you are not responsible for children you were a child at one time. This message may help you reflect on your own experiences which can provide better understanding of yourself as an adult.
Proverbs 30:7-9 and other various Proverbs • November 10, 2019 • David McNeely
We read the book of Proverbs to draw near to God and attain wisdom. Many of us find it difficult to wisely steward our money. Fortunately there is a great deal of financial wisdom to be obtained from Proverbs. The same question confronts us again, “will we choose wisdom or folly?”