Numbers 33:53 Numbers 33 is a list of the 40 places that the Israelites camped at during their 40 years in the Sinai Desert after fleeing Egyptian slavery. But why did Moses write it? Why did God want it in the Bible? Why should we read it, and how can it help us?
Proverbs 12:15-16; 18:1-2 The art of listening well is a discipline of wisdom, even though we often think it just comes naturally.
Generosity can appear to be at odds with the wise use of time and resources, when in fact it’s a factor for wise living. Proverbs 3:9-10; 30:7-9
Proverbs 11:1-11 For the writer of Proverbs, there are essentially two types of people who walk two different paths.
Proverbs 3:1-12 Part of growing in wisdom is learning from the experiences and insights of others.
How does fear contribute to wisdom? Isn’t fear the opposite of faith?
How to handle a world gone mad…get your eyes refocused on the power of Jesus. Mark 4:35-5:20
Our decisions in life determine the pathways we traverse. Though we treat life as having many pathways, the Bible only sees two, the right one and the wrong one. Psalm 1
It is one of Jesus’ most memorable miracles, yet, despite its evidence of divine power, it also reveals an important truth about Jesus himself. John 11:1-44
Does forgiveness come with a price, and does it come with certain expectations? In this story, Jesus connects the act of forgiveness with the capacity of a person’s love. Luke 7:36-50