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Do Not Boast About Tomorrow, Rather Invite God Into Your Daily Plans Part 9

No one knows for sure what tomorrow will bring. But at times, we sure act as if we do! Today on Discover the Word, the team, and author Liz Curtis Higgs consider Proverbs 27:1: “Do not boast about tomorrow.” We’re learning to invite God into our plans and ambitions as we study the Proverbs together, today on Discover the Word!

Is It Possible To Have All That Knowledge And Still Lack Wisdom? Part 8

In today’s world, we have practically unlimited access to information. The answer to any question is just a Google search away. But is it possible to have all that knowledge and still lack wisdom? Today on Discover the Word, the team, and author Liz Curtis Higgs discuss the value of applying God’s wisdom to our lives. Listen today to Discover the Word!

Using Your Words For Good Part 7

Words are some of the most powerful tools we have at our disposal. We can use them either to build people up or tear them down. Today on Discover the Word, our team, and author Liz Curtis Higgs consider Proverbs 16:24, in which Solomon implores us to speak graciously, and use our words to build. Pull up a chair to…

Inviting God Into Our Daily Plans Part 6

Do you sometimes write up a plan or schedule for how you expect your day to go? Does your day always play out that way? Today on Discover the Word, the team, and author Liz Curtis Higgs urge us to invite God into our plans and allow Him to guide our steps. Join the group as they continue to study…

Discover satisfaction by looking at the freedom of living generously Part 10

When it comes to generosity, fear often holds us back. Can we still provide for ourselves if we give some of what we have away? Let's look at the freedom of living generously. It's a radical change in perspective!

How to be generous toward others regardless of what we do or don’t have Part 9

You don't have to be a millionaire to be rich in good deeds! In fact, God has a special assignment for those He has blessed. So, how can we be generous?

A freeing study about making do with less Part 7

The boxes of stuff that fill our attic, consume our garage, or clutter our basement, can fill the empty spaces in our home, but they can't fill the empty spaces in our life. Let us explore the biblical way to gain more by making do with less.

Let’s take a biblical look at contentment Part 6

All the billboards, commercials, and advertisements that surround us are very good at telling us what we need to have. But how much is truly enough? Let's talk about the pull of materialism, and whether it’s right to want more.

What legacy will you leave your loved ones? Part 5

You’ll never see a hearse pulling a U-Haul! That’s because when we die, we leave all that we have behind! Let's talk about finding contentment in the legacy we leave behind. What will you leave your loved ones when you pass on?

What is the secret to contentment? Part 4

The truth is, there’s only one thing you need to become perfectly content. Once you obtain this one thing, you’ll always be satisfied. What is the secret to contentment? Here’s a hint: it’s not any material possession!

A biblical look at satisfaction regardless of our situation Part 3

It’s easy to feel satisfied when life is good. But when circumstances take a difficult turn, contentment can fly out the window! Let's explore the apostle Paul’s secret to contentment in every circumstance.

Learning to be content in who you are Part 2

Are you feeling a bit restless? Do you feel a lack of personal satisfaction and purpose in your life? Discover the personal satisfaction we can have when we realize our true identity.

We can be content even if we don’t have it all! Part 1

Every day we’re bombarded by advertisements pointing out all the things we lack. The enticing commercials can make satisfaction an elusive feeling. What we have is not what makes us whole.

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