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One of the Most Undervalued (but Essential) Skills for Women

Many women are proud to show off their cooking skills, others rave about their education and business skills, and some even brag about their “clap back” skills. But there is one particular skill that we don’t normally hear women brag about, yet ironically, it’s one of the skills least utilized …

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The Difference Between Heavenly and Demonic Wisdom

The importance of wisdom cannot be stated enough. It’s actually one of my favorite qualities in life. Proverbs says “Wisdom cries out in the marketplace.” But there are two forms of wisdom that exist that aren’t discovered as easily by human perception. The difference between the two are found in the intent and character …

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The Difference Between Worldly and Godly Wisdom

An interesting lesson came about from a recent study my wife and I were having recently. I was teaching out of 1 Corinthians 1, 2 and 3. The passages speak of Paul making a clear distinction between what the world considers wise opposed to what God deems to be wise. …

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Are You a Good Steward of Your Money?

The Bible tells us to be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove. This statement holds a vast amount of wisdom within its meaning. While many saints are wise in spiritual matters, we often lack knowledge in regard to common things. There are many saints who struggle with …

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Wisdom Is All Around Us but Do We Take Heed to It?

There’s a verse in Proverbs that continues to catch my attention that I didn’t really notice much before: Wisdom cries aloud in the street, in the markets she raises her voice; at the head of the noisy streets she cries out;     at the entrance of the city gates she speaks: “How long, …

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The Smartest Person in the Room Might Be the Biggest Fool

Proverbs 18:2, “A fool takes no pleasure in understanding,     but only in expressing his opinion.” You know who you are… The internet is your debate stage and the only goal is to win. Your online habits resemble drug addiction. You learn from people smarter than you, but only your subconscious admits it. …

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