Category Archives: Proverbs

August 9: Gossip

Read Proverbs 16:28 When reviewing the topic of “False Testimony”, I believe one area where lines have been blurred is gossip. If we were to point Proverbs 16:28 out to someone we know who often finds themselves gossiping, I am … Continue reading

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August 5: Position of your Heart

Read Proverbs 6:16-19 On Sunday, we talked about bearing false testimony and the first step is not simply a matter of watching what you say or do, but where the position of your heart is. Proverbs 6:16-19 clearly states that … Continue reading

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August 4: Giving Back

Read Proverbs 3:9-10 This week we are digging a little deeper into the commandment “you shall not steal”. Today, we are going to talk about one area of stealing that may catch many by surprise…not tithing. Personally, I didn’t begin … Continue reading

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July 24: God Wants You To Enjoy Sex

Read Proverbs 5:18-19 This week we are digging a little deeper into the commandment of do not commit adultery. An unsatisfied sexual desire is something that is taking over our world. People are sleeping around in the name of self … Continue reading

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July 11: Seeking Parental Wisdom

Read Job 12:12 and Proverbs 20:29 This week, we are digging a little deeper into the commandment to honor our father and mother. As you have seen and will continue to see, this commandment looks a little different depending on … Continue reading

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April 20 – Following and Trusting

Read Proverbs 3:5-6 How often do you find yourself worrying about the future? If you’re anything like me, you at least like to have a little bit of a plan for what is to come. You may find doors of … Continue reading

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April 11: Overcoming Busyness with Diligence

Read Prov 20:4 and Prov 10:4 Don’t let the harsh language of the two verses in today’s reading fool you.  I tend to read verses like these and think, well, I’m not lazy, or, I’m not a sluggard, so this … Continue reading

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