Trace a wide and winding river backwards and you'll find it originates from a single spring. Today we'll look past the overwhelming wisdom displayed by Solomon to study the Source of his knowledge.
God had graciously given Solomon wisdom and that gift was put to the test in a difficult case involving two prostitutes with babies!
What does it mean to be "wise"? Is there more to "wisdom" than simply knowledge? Solomon's example shows us that wisdom includes moral discernment.
When they hear the word "wisdom," a lot of people envision a collection of facts and figures that is stored up in our head. But there is a practical side to wisdom -- its relational element!
People look for it in school, in books, or in real-life experiences, but still may never find it. So the question is, where do we find wisdom? Join our discussion as we begin a new study on "The Wisdom of Solomon."
No matter how smart we are, we won’t win every argument. So how can we be humble when we win and gracious when we lose? Let's study the book of Job.
Compared to the uplifting or encouraging books of the Bible, the book of Job seems to stand out like a sore thumb.
We all want to make wise choices, and not look foolish. But grasping true wisdom doesn’t always come naturally! Practical application from God’s Word.
We may think holding tightly to our possessions and riches is the wise choice. Yet, God’s Word tells us the exact opposite! We’re talking about the quality of generosity.
Call someone “shrewd” and there’s a chance they won’t consider that a compliment! Why being savvy is an important part of being wise!
How would you describe a wise person? Is it someone who knows a lot? Maybe it’s a person with important things to say? We’re looking at another important aspect of wisdom.