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‘Teach us to number our days that we may gain a heart of wisdom’

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Navigating life through the complexities of our contemporary world is an exacting business. We all need wisdom. There are constant choices and decisions to be made. There are relationships to be handled with care and courage. There are moral and ethical questions to be faced. There are children and grandchildren, nephews and nieces to be taught and guided into the ways of God. There are spiritual matters to be prioritised and spread. There are protests and cases for justice to be brought. There are wrongs and evils to be opposed. There are disappointments to get over. There are memories and pains to hold and respect. There are unexpected moments to react to. There are values to be promoted and defended. It takes extraordinary skill! So, where can we access and build that skill-set to live well before God, our families and everyone else?

One major source of such skilful living is the Book of Proverbs. In our new series, we travel into and among these ancient sayings, collected to be a timeless voice of wisdom and instruction for each generation. The series will encourage you to read, memorise and share these sayings.

We invite you:

  • to read one chapter of Proverbs each day during the 31 days of October.
  • to choose a few most personally meaningful proverbs and share them (Treasures) with us.
  • to think of different ways to pass on the wisdom of the Proverbs. For example, you might text a proverb each week to your Small Group and/or Huddle? Or share one proverb on social media with your followers and/or in response to public events during the series.

The pursuit of wisdom is a spiritual discipline - a relationship - a necessity - a quality - a lifestyle - a legacy.

'Teach us to number our days that we may gain a heart of wisdom' (Psalm 90.12)