A Woman's Wisdom
Advice books are no short-lived trend. They continue to top bestseller lists even though much of the "wisdom" being offered proves shallow in the long run. People are looking for practical, proven advice for life and the book of Proverbs...
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Advice books are no short-lived trend. They continue to top bestseller lists even though much of the "wisdom" being offered proves shallow in the long run. People are looking for practical, proven advice for life and the book of Proverbs is the wisest place to start.
Unpacking the book of Proverbs, Lydia Brownback shows how the Bible speaks to real life issues such as money, purity, marriage, and the day-to-day grind. Writing with a familiar yet knowledgeable tone, Brownback draws in the busiest of readers and asks realistic questions for personal reflection or group study. This well-conceived, twelve chapter book contains three parts:
What Is Wisdom and Why Does It Matter?
Six Things Wise Women Know
A Portrait of Wisdom
A Woman's Wisdom gives women a way to be wise, to know the very Author of wisdom, and to understand how to apply his relevant, riches.
Advice books are no short-lived trend, even though much of the advice parading as “wisdom” proves shallow in the long run. What we need is biblical wisdom, and even more than that we need hearts set on the One who governs all our practicalities. The book of Proverbs unlocks the key to both, helping us to face very real challenges such as:
handling our freedom, independence, and material resources wisely keeping ourselves sexually pure practicing biblical femininity in a world that scorns us for it sustaining God-glorifying marriages elevating biblical priorities ahead of day-to-day pressures
Exploring the timeless counsel in the book of Proverbs, A Woman’s Wisdom teaches us to know the very Author of wisdom and to apply his relevant, how-to riches.
Lydia Brownback is the author of several books Legacy of Faith,Trust: A Godly Woman's Adornment, and Contentment: A Godly Woman's Adornment. She served as writer-in-residence for Rev. Alistair Begg and as the broadcast media manager for the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. A regular speaker at womens conferences, Brownback also blogs at The Purple Cellar. She holds degrees from Syracuse University and Westminster Theological Seminary.