Category Archives: Proverbs

January 25 – Best Year Yet – Setting Goals

Read Proverbs 21:5 Goals and time management are an essential part of my daily routine. Attending university, serving as student body president, and managing my responsibilities in ministry often create a perfect storm of chaos! So, most mornings I begin … Continue reading

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January 24 – Best Year Yet – Be Prepared, Work Hard

Read Proverbs 6:11 “Be prepared” is the Boy Scout motto. I learned it at an early age and found that it is a great game plan for life. My parents always taught me that hard work may be difficult and … Continue reading

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January 18 – Best Year Yet – Financial Freedom

Read Proverbs 13:22 and Matthew 6:19-24 About 2 years ago, my husband and I decided to buckle down and create a budget. Not only did this allow us to become better stewards of the money God had given us, we … Continue reading

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January 15 – Best Year Yet – How Do You Define Success?

Read Proverbs 3:1-35 I enjoy collecting ball caps. Most of them carry a special significance because I’ve gotten them in places we’ve traveled. This past Christmas, one of my favorite gifts was a hat from Mitch’s Seafood in San Diego. … Continue reading

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December 20 – Behind the Christmas Card – Expectations

Read Proverbs 10:28 and Philippians 3:20-21 There are many reasons why we dread the Christmas season. Such reasons have already been mentioned in this series with another one being expectations. Getting together with family could very well include family members … Continue reading

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December 16 – Behind the Christmas Card – Humility

Read Proverbs 27:2 A true message of Christmas is humble love with gratitude, purpose, and without comparisons. “Humility is freedom from pride – lowliness, modesty and mildness.” (The Bible Dictionary). To humble ourselves is a condition of God’s favor (2 … Continue reading

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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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