Wednesday Evening Service
Think back to where you were and what you were doing in 1984. In 1984 I turned 12 years old. It was also the year when I was first introduced to something that literally would change the entire world. What was it? It was the computer. Although computers had been around for awhile at this point, they…
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Scripture portrays fools as those who have rejected God and his ways and are unable or unwilling to appreciate the wisdom of knowing and obeying him.
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The attitude that leads to a closing of the mind towards God and his truth, and a false self-confidence, which results in being easily led astray, failure to see danger, unpreparedness and ultimate ruin.
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A lack of knowledge of God, regarded as inexcusable by Scripture. God has made his existence, nature and power known to all through creation. God himself is not ignorant of human sin, but is able to discern the real intentions of human minds and wills.
The Book of Proverbs
Pastor Al Addleman • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 25 views • 56:13
This week Pastor Al continues through the Book of Proverbs with a teaching from Chapter 1. In this message we see a clash of ideals, of worldviews, as they pertain to wisdom and understanding.
Don't Be Foolish
Landon Rowell • Sermon • • 11 views
Introduction Greetings... There’s an old saying that suggests “you can tell a person’s character by the company they keep.” Though this isn’t an absolute truth it is a biblical one and the reason why Paul told the church in Corinth “Bad company ruins good morals.” ( ). The reality is typically speaking…
Josh Kelley • Sermon • • 5 views
Proverbs: God’s Answer Sheet January 25, 2004 Q: What is the hardest class you have ever taken? Greek was my hardest. I carried flash card everywhere (dunamai, pantokratop?). I fell asleep reciting verb endings. If I was sick, I’d skip all my classes except Greek, so I didn’t fall behind. · If you missed…
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Jesus Christ speaks about those whose words and actions demonstrate opposition to, or disregard for, the wisdom of God revealed in his words and through the Scriptures, and in parables points to the serious consequences of folly.