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Toward the end of Camelot, a depressed King Arthur asks the sage Merlin what to do for sadness. To which Merlin enthusiastically replies. “Learn something new, my boy, learn something new!”
Contributor: Dean Morgan (78 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 8:33
Tags: Growth In Christ
Many people are "directionall challenged". In other words, they have no goals in their lives and often end up in painful relationships and situations because they don’t plan to get anywhere in their lives.
Series: The Path Principle
Contributor: Jeff Strite (667 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: Proverbs 7:6-8:11
The key to developing an intimate friendship with God is understanding and developing a healthy fear of the LORD.
Series: The Fear of the Lord
Contributor: Don Jaques (118 sermons shared)
Tags: Evangelism Fear Of
This is a study into Proverbs chapter eight.
Series: Pearls From Proverbs
Contributor: Tom Shepard (266 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 8:1-8:36
When pride takes over in a persons head their head puffs up and eventually their head goes poof!
Contributor: Michael Mccartney (561 sermons shared)
Discusses the sin of Pride
Series: The Seven Deadly Sins
Contributor: Rodney Johnson (323 sermons shared)
Tags: Sin General
Wisdom endows its seekers and their life with true wealth (CIT). In this passage the beauty and grace of wisdom are set forth with the understanding that it can never be achieved without the fear of the Lord.
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (430 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 8:12-8:21
To fear the Lord is to hate evil. Maybe we have sin in our lives because .....
Contributor: Bruce Ball (283 sermons shared)
What is the significance of the virgin birth.
Contributor: Rodney Buchanan (344 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 8:22-8:31
TEXT: Proverbs 18:21 Our Words can bless, encourage, strengthen someone, and can bring the power of God on the scene. But words can also hurt, destroy, kill someone’s reputation, curse and damage people... NKJV reads, “Death and life are in the power
Contributor: Jennifer Mears (26 sermons shared)
Scripture: Proverbs 8:21
Tags: Communication Patience