Finding Wisdom 17 Jun

(Message 2)  What makes you so smart?! We should probably apply this snippy phrase to our own thought processes more often than not. It’s easy to think we’ve got it all figured out and know what’s best. We’re often wrong. Our efforts should be spent in finding wisdom in the One who created it. #gcpitythefool

Finish Strong:

  1. Pray
  2. Read Proverbs and other books of the Bible
  3. Find community/small group and be honest

 

Scripture used: Proverbs 3:5-7; Isaiah 55:9; Proverbs 21:2; Job 38:4-5, 19-21, 41; Job 40:4; Proverbs 1:7

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  1. Read Proverbs 3:5-7; Isaiah 55:9; Proverbs 21:2; Job 38:4-5, 19-21, 41; Job 40:4; Proverbs 1:7. As you reflect on these verses, what stands out the most to you? Why?
  2. As you reflect on the message, what one principle or insight stands out as being particularly
    1. helpful?
    2. insightful?
    3. difficult to grasp?
    4. challenging?
  3. What do the passages and the message teach you about God? What do they teach you about yourself?
  4. How could the next week be different if you incorporated these truths into your life?

DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGS:

At the beginning of the series in Proverbs Troy challenged us to read a chapter in Proverbs every day.  The easiest way to do this is to read the chapter that coincides with the calendar date.

Day 1 (June 17th): Proverbs 17

Day 2 (June 18th): Proverbs 18

Day 3 (June 19th): Proverbs 19

Day 4 (June 20th): Proverbs 20

Day 5 (June 21st): Proverbs 21

Day 6 (June 22nd): Proverbs 22

Day 7 (June 23rd): Proverbs 23

Speaker

Ryan Winstead

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