Most of you know of my love of the book of Proverbs. Reading a chapter each day for nearly two decades has changed my life in all areas of life: my relationship with our Heavenly Father, parenting, mentoring, finance, business decisions, etc., etc., etc.
Does showing our good deeds — our good conduct — in the gentleness of wisdom looks different than “ordinary” deeds? On the surface, probably not. But …
We have a choice to run to the LORD at the first sight of danger, fear, anger, need, want, loneliness, longing, temptation, desire, destruction — well, you get the idea.
Do we trust one another as brothers and sisters of our Heavenly Father to be challenged to a deeper understanding of God’s truth?
He Always Sees — the Good and the Bad. One of my most humiliating events occurred when I was in third grade. I got into trouble. Not just troubled, but a quadruple-portion trouble.
Most of you know of my love of the book of Proverbs. Today’s verse was the key to a sweet insight: passing on our legacy.
Provocation and anger. Yowzers! The writer of Ecclesiastes had incredible insights into humanity in chapter 7, especially today’s verse.
“Good conduct.” Does showing our deeds in the gentleness of wisdom looks different than “ordinary” deeds? On the surface, probably not. But wisdom deepens everything we do from a kind word to a kind deed. Why?
You’ve probably felt that moment. The moment where you know what to give — whether money or time or a physical item — and the peace you feel is stronger than the, “Wait! What?” This isn’t about our tithes, tithes are a given, commanded — this is about offerings and what Paul is talking about with the people of Corinth.