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Choosing God's Path - Proverbs

“God’s Path” for Alcohol

Passage: Proverbs 23:29-35 The topic of alcohol is a difficult issue for Christians because in our sinfulness, we have a tendency to move to the extremes of either legalism (requiring more than the bible does) or license (where anything goes in the name of “grace”). Many of us know individuals who have struggled with addiction. […]

“God’s Path” for Leaders

Passage: Proverbs 29:2 This has been an unusual and challenging political year for gospel-centered Christians. Many of us are at a loss as to what to do come Election Day. What exactly does the Bible say about political leaders? As Christians, what should we look for in a political candidate? How should we interact with […]

“God’s Path” for Dealing with Poverty

Passage: Proverbs 14:31 Proverbs has so much to say about the practical issues of life, and that is especially true when it comes to caring for the poor. We usually have lots of questions about dealing with poverty such as what kind of giving is appropriate and how do you really know when it is […]

“God’s Path” for Repairing Relationships

Passage: Proverbs 18:19 If you have lived for any length of time, you know the pain of broken relationships. How are we to handle to bitterness, betrayal, anger, and hurt that accompany such a “break-up”? This morning, we will seek divine wisdom from the book of Proverbs as we learn how to deal with broken […]

“God’s Path” for Our Friendships

Passage: Proverbs 18:24 “A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.” While we may have many (or even just a few) companions, we should understand the difference between a companion and a true biblical friend. Are friendships really that important? What if I’m […]

“God’s Path” for Our Families

Passage: Proverbs 24:3 There is no doubt that one of the most challenging areas of our lives is the family. It is in our family relationships that we reveal the true nature of our character. Family life can be challenging and there is a reason for that. So what is “God’s Path” for our homes? […]