Pastor Andy concludes a short series in Proverbs looking at Proverbs 5:1-23. In these verses we find important principles for protecting our marriages in a sex-crazed society, and living according to God’s plan, even when it’s not easy or popular.
Proverbs (well, really the whole Bible) is a treasure trove of wisdom for life. It teaches us how God designed life to work. This week Pastor Andy turns to Proverbs 3:1-12 to unpack it’s teaching in how we relate to God, which in turn changes everything else in our lives.
Pastor Andy continues the series through Proverbs by looking at Proverbs 2:1-22. This “wisdom poem” from the Old Testament shows us just a few of the benefits that come from living by God’s wisdom.
Solomon asked God for wisdom, and God granted it to him. Solomon wrote most of Proverbs, including the theme of the book, Proverbs 1:7. Mike Moll discusses worldly wisdom versus Godly wisdom. He also looks at what made Solomon ask for wisdom. What is it that he wanted to know how to do? What is the application for us today, and for LakeView Church at this time?
Mike Moll, chairman of our elders, concludes our series in Proverbs with a message about generosity. God has said a lot in His Word about giving, and it’s wise to live the way God intended us to live. Why is giving such an important part of God’s plan for us?
Pastor Andy continues our series from Proverbs, taking us to Proverbs 27:23-27 with a lesson from King Solomon on planning ahead. As we discover from the Scripture, it’s wise to think about tomorrow today.
Beau Martin brings us a message from Proverbs 8:1-13 and 14:11 about speaking righteously and using our words to build up instead of tear down.
This week we started a new series from the Book of Proverbs called Wisdom for the New Year. Pastor Andy goes to Proverbs 4:20-27 to bring a message written by King Solomon over 3,000 years ago—a message that is still relevant today. The Bible is filled with wisdom that will help us discover God’s design for life and live according to His plan.