Do you really think you are smart enough to direct your own life? (Proverbs 3:1-8)

Sometimes, as Christians, we don’t understand the power that we have. Pentecost teaches us that we have the almighty God! It’s the message that was given to the church in 1 John 4:4, “Little children, you are from God and have overcome them, for he who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.” When we walk with God, we understand that we are connected to the omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent Creator of the universe who loves me unconditionally.

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Salvation: We learn wisdom from the little things! (Proverbs 1:20-33)

There is a lot of debate within Christian theology in regards to election. To be as plain as I can, my belief is that Jesus came to die for everyone (if you’re reformed, you could consider this an “unlimited” limited atonement). His death of Calvary was a symbol of God’s great love and gave an avenue for everyone to confess their sins and live the best life possible in Jesus Christ! Salvation is for everyone!

Some seem to be waiting for an Acts 9 moment in order to give their entire life to Christ. If you remember, Acts 9 was when Saul of Tarsus was knocked off his horse, temporarily blinded, and confronted by Jesus himself. That encounter was so profound that Saul (Hebrew for “desired”) had his name changed to Paul (meaning “little” or “small”). God revolutionized his life through that personal encounter!

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The Wise Walk with God! (Proverbs 1:1-7)

Consider that the Bible contains dynamic principles that not only serve to generate knowledge, but are meant to be applied to everyday life. In other words, we don’t just learn how to be a Christian; we are molded in the image of Jesus in order to live out our Christianity on a daily basis (see Romans 8). Therefore, the question that remains: are we are truly walking with God? Are we living the way that God wants us to live? Is our marital life what God wants it to be? Is my work-life honoring God? Do my children see Jesus reflected through me? If not, then adjustments need to be made in order to ensure that we are living a life of wisdom because the wise walk with God!

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