By Pastor Brittany Proverbs 31 is the final verse in this summer journey of wisdom. Now, some of you guys may be thinking, “this is really just for the ladies.” Don’t leave yet. I don’t believe that’s the case. You see, Proverbs 31 has always sort of intimidated me. As if I didn’t have enough…

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By Pastor Phil  The wisdom of Proverbs 30 comes from someone other than Solomon. We know little about Agur, the author of these sayings other than what he tells us. He is a brilliant observer of life and its’ mysteries, placing in categories for us things that are simply too amazing, too wonderful for us…

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By Pastor Brittany Sitting here in a hospital room, having just gone through the awful experience of watching nurses put an IV in my two month old son, I kept thinking the thought that every parent who has witnessed their child in pain has thought, “if only I could take it away from them.” For…

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By Pastor Brian You don’t get too far into this chapter before you run into a very disturbing verse: “God detests the prayers of a person who ignores the law.” Proverbs 28:9 (NLT) Doesn’t that run counter to all those nice, feel-good things we say about God? Doesn’t God hear every prayer and always answer…

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By Pastor Bryce As I read this chapter, I see a few commonly quoted verses, such as verse 17, which states, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” So, I have challenged myself to look past the commonly quoted verses, and to focus on some that I personally have not considered before. The…

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By Pastor Jeff I have thoroughly enjoyed writing these blogs over Proverbs, but I have found that when it comes to coming up with a topic to talk about I have found myself struggling because every Proverb is filled with great things. It’s difficult to decide what topic that I should focus on. But, this chapter made it…

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By Pastor Sarah Words, to me, are extremely important. I love the written word, which is why I surround myself with books, and I love to hear words said aloud in a sermon or a speech. I also enjoy sarcastic banter and kind words spoken between friends. Words have power and meaning. A kind word,…

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By Pastor Phil  The question was first asked in the Garden of Eden: “Am I my brother’s keeper?” Cain had murdered his brother and when God asked, “Where is your brother Abel?” Cain tried to dodge the truth of his guilt by responding with his now infamous question. Implied in Cain’s response was this excuse:…

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By Pastor Brittany As I read through this chapter there were many good words of wisdom that could easily be applied to life, however, there was one verse that leapt off the page at me. Incidentally, this verse is my life’s motto when it comes to work, relationships, my spiritual walk, raising children and many other…

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By Pastor Brian As I read through today’s chapter there were two verses that really caught my attention. The rich and poor have this in common: The Lord made them both. So often we judge people by exterior measurements, as if money or skill or physical attractiveness or popularity are some kind of actual indicators of…

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