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What we believe, the wisdom we've gained, is always on display for others to see. It effects how we speak to one another, how we view one another and what we value and pursue in life. Since our wisdom is so critical to how we live, shouldn't we be intentional in critically assessing the source of our wisdom? As Christians we have a source of wisdom that comes God, but often it seems like we ditch godly wisdom and pursue earthly wisdom that causes friction and damage between Christians and between Christians and non-Christians. In this sermon we look at how we can get back to developing a posture of Grace, Truth & Renewal through pursuing godly wisdom.
How would you finish the sentence "My life revolves around..."? If you answer with anything other than God or Jesus Christ you need to reevaluate. Tonight, we take a look at the God centered life vs the ME centered life and discuss wisdom vs knowledge.
Paul challenges to humble themselves under the word of the cross so God can build them into a beautiful church.
In this sermon we see how Paul reminds the Corinthians what they were without Jesus, and what they should really be bragging about.
Ecclesiastes was written by Solomon, the wisest man to ever live. Not only was he wise, but he was also immensely wealthy and powerful. Anything he wanted, he had. He wrote Ecclesiastes to show us that everything in this world is meaningless.
We live in a nation that is divided not only politically, but philosophically and theologically. A new atheism has emerged that is loud, activist, and desperately opposed to faith, especially Christianity. Christians are like wise growing loud and angry toward atheists. What is driving all this anger and fear between the two? It all boils down to a struggle over boundaries. But, only one position can ultimately triumph. Find out why. Jn 13:35; Ex 20; Mt 7:12; Mt 22:36-37; 1Cor 13; 2Cor 5:10
To have the wisdom from above, like Jesus, you don't need very many words. If you suddenly woke up in a foreign country where you couldn't speak the language, there'd only be a few words you'd need to learn to have a perfectly good life. And these words are: "Thank you"; "I'm sorry"; and "I love you." That about covers it. "Thank you"; "I'm sorry"; "I love you." With these words, it's impossible to start fires we can't put out, or build walls we can't tear down, or cause wounds we can't bind up.