Proverbs: Wisdom For the Whole of Life (6 Session Guide)
Wisdom literature is one of many kinds of writing we find in the Bible and all play different roles in shaping our minds, our hearts, our imaginations, and our actions. Know-how, as Proverbs teaches us so clearly, is for all...
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Wisdom literature is one of many kinds of writing we find in the Bible and all play different roles in shaping our minds, our hearts, our imaginations, and our actions. Know-how, as Proverbs teaches us so clearly, is for all of life: for daily decisions and long-term plans, for relationships in family and community, as well as in work and in trade. In this six-session guide, Antony Billington's astute questions, pertinent applications and mini-features will help you discover Proverbs' many riches for your own challenges and contexts - Monday through Sunday. They'll encourage growth in wisdom that is rooted in relationship with God, shaped by his ordering of the world, and that ends its ultimate expression in Christ. Session 1: A Lord to Honour (Proverbs 1:1-7) Session 2: A Path to Take (Proverbs 2:1-22) Session 3: A Choice to Make (Proverbs 9:1-18) Session 4: A Life to Pursue (Proverbs 15: 16-33) Session 5: A Way to Speak (Proverbs 10,11,25 & 26) Session 6: A Model to Follow (Proverbs 31: 10-31)
Antony Billington splits his time between being Theology Advisor at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (LICC) and serving as pastor of the Beacon Church in Ashton-in-Makerfield. Previously, he was Head of Theology at LICC for 11 years, having taught Hermneutics and Biblical Theology at the London School of Theology for 16 years.