Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Winsome Wednesday - In need of Wisdom?

I feel I need some guidance, some inner oomph, some Godly strength!  Always, my go to place is Proverbs!  My encouragement to you is if you want to know God's word on "people skills", read Proverbs!  Want to grow in relationship with God?  Read the Psalms.  And the rest of the book as well of course!  :)

Prov 4 v 6:  Forsake not Wisdom, and she will keep, defend, and protect you;  love her, and she will guard you.


Mini encouragement today
God bless
Tracy


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12 comments:

  1. I am always in search for more wisdom and strength Tracy! Proverbs is a wonderful resource indeed. :) I hope all is well with you and your family my dear friend; I think of you often!

    Blessings a whole bunch of hugs! XXOO
    Denise

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  2. Proverbs, a never ending source of wisdom, strength and courage. Love it! read chapter 8!!!

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  3. lovely shot of the mountain.
    Great wisdom too, as always.

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  4. Proverbs is an amazing book of our Bible!!! "Inner oomph"....I'm in need of that, too!!! HOPE you have a great day....and thanks for letting me join in!!!

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  5. Proverbs is one of my favorite books. Was just reading in there this morning. Have a great week Tracy.

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  6. I used to read a chapter of Proverbs a day, then start all over again at the beginning of the month. not sure why I stopped but I think it might be something I need to do again...there is such wisdom in the Proverbs

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  8. Read the Proverbs to know how to handle relationships. That is great. And wisdom--I need it and I need to apply the gentleness and humility that is godly wisdom.
    Thanks, Tracy.

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  9. The wisdom of the world would say the words of Proverbs are utter foolishness....that is because these words are straight from God! We are wise to read them and take heed of them to our lives! Blessings to you, Tracy! Thanks for hosting your link-up party! :)
    Ann @ Christ in the Clouds
    http://christintheclouds.blogspot.com/

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  10. I love Proverbs! It is the definitive fount of wisdom. A great reminder to get back into reading a chapter each day of the month.

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  11. I've tried to set a goal previously of reading from Proverbs every day. I need to do this again as so much wisdom is truly found there. Blessings.

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  12. Hi Tracy! I think that Proverbs always takes a bow to Psalms. It gets ignored a lot. It's a great thing to make a point of reading them as a study. I bet your head bobs up and down in agreement all the time when you are reading?

    Thanks for sharing! Happy Sunday :)
    Ceil

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