During 2019, each month we will dedicate ourselves to a Book or portion of a Book in the bible. Through reading, teaching, discussion, videos, and study we will move through each piece of scripture to not only read it but understand it.
We will work through 6 old testament books and 5 new testament books including 2 gospels. By the end of the year it's our hope that we will have a stronger grasp of the unified story the bible presents and how it all points to Jesus.
Sermon notes & study guides
Hear past sermons from our series
February: 1 John
June: Romans - Part 1
July: Romans - Part 2
This book is the accumulation of wisdom from generations of godly insightful people. It promotes a life of virtue and “fear of the Lord,” so that you can truly experience the good life.
Linked to Solomon and other wise men, the book of Proverbs includes hundreds of short, clever sayings designed to teach every person how to live and act wisely. Each saying touches on a common area of life and shows us what kind of world we live in and what it looks like to live well before God and toward others.
The wisdom in Proverbs is often described as a lady, but it's not an impersonal force. It's an attribute of God Himself. By fearing or respecting God and reading and obeying the wise, practical counsel found in this book, we develop the important skills and moral mindset we need to live successful, good and goodly lives in God's world.
The book of Proverbs contains sayings and riddles featuring wisdom, applied knowledge that helps every person develop practical skills to live well in God's world.
The journey to wisdom begins with fear of the Lord, a reverential and healthy respect of Him. Only then can we embrace a moral mindset.
Ten speeches from a father and four poems from lady wisdom show us that Proverbs is God's own invitation to learn wisdom from previous generations.
Read hundreds of sayings that apply wisdom and fear of the Lord to every subject imaginable. They offer formulas for success but are not promises.
A woman of noble character models someone who takes God's wisdom found in Proverbs and translates it into practical decisions for success in everyday life.
The book of Proverbs invites people to live with wisdom and in the fear of the Lord in order to experience the good life.