As we wrap up our series on Prov. 30, Agur helps us see the wrong attitudes that ensnare us and the better way his wisdom points us to.
What does Godly leadership look like? Agur helps us to consider that in the next verses of Proverbs 30.
With fireworks, the best ones are not necessarily just the ones with the best packaging. Likewise, Agur reminds us that the strength the world focuses on isn’t always the most impressive.
We all love a good story of a “reversal of fortune,” but are they always good? What makes them good? Agur helps us to consider that in the next verses of Proverbs 30.
As we continue a series on Agur’s wise words in Prov. 30, we turn to things that bring wonder and how wonder can lead us to God (or away from Him without the proper “translation”).
What does success really look like? As we continue a series on Agur’s wise words in Prov. 30, we consider how we grasp for success.
What does wisdom really look like? Do we really know as much as we think we do? As we begin a series on Agur’s wise words in Prov. 30, we consider how he challenges our view of wisdom.
The Bible says we should care for the poor, but also suggests limits on what we do. How do we understand that balance so we can be Christ-like to those around us?
Pastor Tim continues our series in Proverbs, considering what the Proverbs tell us about whom we should spend time around.
How important is our integrity in daily life to God? Is it really necessary?