Proverbs 31 paints a beautiful picture of the wise way of living. Many voices are telling us how to live our lives, but the woman depicted in the last chapter of Proverbs shows us that it is favorable and wise to choose a life of trusting God and serving others. This way of life is not only for women; we would all do well to emulate this way of life.
Archive for month: September, 2022
Whoever isolates himself seeks his own desire; he breaks out from all sound judgment. The Lord designed us to need community. The Christian has been gifted the community of God’s family, the church. We are wise to participate, to know, and be known by others. We foolishly hurt ourselves when we withdraw.
It’s not uncommon to hear Christians talk about a “life verse.” Among the most common has to be Proverbs 3:5-6. Pastor Adam spends a few moments taking us through these beautiful verses.
Proverbs is a beautiful book helping us glean insight and best practices for living under God’s rule in God’s world. Solomon tells us that the wisdom of God is one of life’s most valuable treasures encouraging us to attain it at whatever the cost. How are you pursuing the Lord and his wisdom?
Proverbs is a beautiful book helping us glean insight and best practices for living under God’s rule in God’s world. Chad Padgett begins our short study in Proverbs, considering two of the most important themes central to the book: Wisdom and the Fear of the Lord.
What if I don’t feel like going to church? The truth is most every Christian will struggle with this emotion at some point. Maybe that’s how you feel right now! In today’s devotionable, Pastor Blake begins with the first of three devotionables discussing what Christians should do when they lack a desire to be with the people of God. We are reminded in Proverbs 14:12 of the danger of living life guided by our feelings.
The letter to the church in Philadelphia reminds us that our King Jesus is in complete control. He has authority over all things. We are to hold fast, unwavering in our faith and obedience to the Lord, trusting him with all things. He opens doors and shuts doors. We follow his lead with humility and confidence.