Proverbs

Ancient Tweets: "The Perfect Woman"

Randy Christian

We have a nasty habit of “rating” people—whether by simply comparing them with one another or by using some sort of numerical system.  But God has the final word on what “perfection” looks like, and he doesn’t keep it a secret.         

ANCIENT TWEETS - The Perfect Woman study guide

Ancient Tweets: "Words"

Edmund Brooks

We’ve all done it.  Open mouth and insert foot!  Something said in anger, something meant to be funny, a cutting remark or sarcastic response.  There are so many ways we can say the wrong thing.  There are so many ways we can get into trouble.  But how can we stay out of trouble?  How do we tame our own tongues? 

ANCIENT TWEETS - Words study guide

Ancient Tweets: "Pride"

Randy Christian

Pride is important in this world.  We have Pride weeks—for various groups.  We take pride in ourselves.  We want to be proud of our kids.  We try not to hurt others’ pride.  Pride is a good thing—isn’t it?  Or should we take another look at pride.  What does God think about pride/?  Does He want us to have pride, or is there a better way to approach life?

ANCIENT TWEETS - Pride study guide

Ancient Tweets: "Wisdom"

Randy Christian

In ancient times, what we do with “tweets” would be done by crafting a pithy saying—a proverb.  These brief statements were like pills of wisdom—they could be taken and applied in given situations to make life better.  In this series, we explore some of they key Proverbs, beginning with those who specifically address Wisdom.

ANCIENT TWEETS - Wisdom study guide