The believer's life is a daily and deliberate submission to God's call to wisdom (the fear of the Lord) amidst many moral voices that seek our attention.
Through a compelling speech by Wisdom, Solomon shows us the necessity of hearing wise instruction and actively pursuing wisdom, and points us to the one true and wise king — Jesus.
As Solomon disciples his sons, he pleads with them to embrace wisdom instead of sexual sin.
In our pursuit of the things we need and want, we're often enticed by dangerous shortcuts. The Lord kindly calls us to the longer path of wisdom that works hard and waits for the him.
Proverbs 5 invites us to look past the allure of sexual temptation to its devastating consequences, and to embrace God’s better alternative of love within limits.
What makes wisdom so good? It confronts the whole person, for their whole life, throughout all generations.
Among the many benefits of obeying God is a life of peace.
Proverbs 3 confronts us with the question: "Will I trust God, or will I trust in myself, my possessions, and my comforts? The LORD directs the path of those who trust in Him.
God has precious wisdom waiting to be poured on us. But it may not come the way you think.
What do you truly want? And how far will you go to get it? Wisdom shows us what to do when we are tempted to gratify our personal desires at the expense of others.
Precious wisdom your reward, if you humbly fear the Lord.