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Honesty is the name of the game.
Text: Exodus 20:16Sermon Series: Written in Stone
God’s name is not in vain.
Text: Exodus 20:7Sermon Series: Written in Stone
Proverbs gives us some practical help in knowing, doing, and enjoying the will of God for our lives. We must exhibit both faith and commitment as we trust in the Lord with all our hearts and listen to the wisdom of others.
Text: Proverbs 3:5-6; 12:15; 13:1; 20:18; 21:2; 27:9Sermon Series: Wise Words to Live By
The biblical views of marriage and the family have often been ridiculed but now many are seeing the wisdom of following what God has to say. Since He is the Creator and Sustainer of life, when we follow God’s ways we will be blessed.
Text: Proverbs 4:1-7; 5:1-23; 14:26; 22:6; 24:11; 31:10-31Sermon Series: Wise Words to Live By
What comes out of our mouths can either energize someone or wipe them out. As we utilize words of life, we’ll build one another up instead of tearing each other down.
Text: Proverbs 6:1-5; 10:19-20; 12:6; 16:21, 24; 17:28; 18:21Sermon Series: Wise Words to Live By
Proverbs has a lot to say about what we say. In fact, the subject of the tongue and how we use our words is perhaps the preeminent theme of this book. One of the central issues of the Book of Proverbs is how you use your tongue. I think all of us remember reading in the book of James where it says “Though the tongue is small, it is set on fire of hell. With the same tongue we bless the Lord and curse our friends.”
Text: Proverbs 18:20-21Sermon Series: Street Smarts