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Sermons on Proverbs

Four Marks of Biblical Fatherhood

Our message is about the important calling of fatherhood. Our texts are the classic texts for this very important message, Proverbs 4:1-4 and Deuteronomy 6:7. These are important topics and the message is absolutely necessary for Christ’s people. We’ll examine four marks of the Biblically faithful father. This is a good reminder for fathers, but…

Now Its Up To You – Proverbs Wrap Up

Our last sermon in our Proverbs study looks at Proverbs 9. Here we find a final exhortation to the son/student to love and cherish Wisdom. Our text brings us through the top four warnings from Proverbs 1-8 as a review, and such a review is a welcomed thing to God’s people who recognize that we are but children in need to repetition.…

Wisdom is Not Hard to Find

We take the whole of Proverbs 8 today as we learn about the nearness of wisdom to God’s people. Our Lord does not open our eyes to the glory of salvation, and then cruelly hide Himself from us. What He asks of us, He equips us to do. In this sermon we look at the urgency of Wisdom’s call, the public nature…

Wisdom & Our Societal Responsibilities, Part 2

In our second look at our societal responsibilities with regard to being wise, we examine Proverbs 6:12-19. Here we learn about the seven abominations that God hates, and we look at them from man’s point of view and, more importantly, God’s point of view. Join us as we learn about the “worthless fellow” and receive dire warnings from the Lord about pursuing…

Wisdom & Our Societal Responsibilities, Part 1

In this sermon, we open up Proverbs 6:1-11. Here we learn some important lessons for those who would be contributing members of God’s society on earth, the church. We are to be men and women of character, and this includes how we deal with our friends financially, how we deal with money in general, and our work ethic. Our sermon includes a…

Adultery: What is it? What does it do to us? How do we avoid it?

Adultery is a killer. It has destroyed many very strong men and women. God’s Word speaks of adultery in many various and powerful terms and even uses the language to describe general covenant-breaking and idolatry. Proverbs is filled with warnings against adultery because it is so dangerous and so common. As we continue our survey of the first nine chapters of Proverbs…

How to Receive a Reproof

In our study of Proverbs we come to a great practical command in Proverbs 3:11-12. But what does it look like to “not despise the Lord’s discipline or be weary of his reproof?” How do we live this out? In this sermon, we examine the idea that a reproof if God’s good medicine for us, and most likely, this medicine is delivered…

Whole-hearted Trust

Continuing our study of Proverbs 1-9, we come to Proverbs 3. In this sermon we cover Proverbs 3:1-10 with a focus on the need for a total, comprehensive faith and a whole-hearted devotion to the Lord’s wisdom. Proverbs 3:1-10 3:1 My son, do not forget my teaching, but let your heart keep my commandments, 2 for length of days and years of life and…