We can’t talk about the gospel and Christ and not talk about his bride. Through the church the manifold wisdom of God will be revealed to our society.
With an infinite God, we can spend all of eternity trying to wrap our heads around God, or we can enter into a relationship with God, and know him through Christ.
The Proverbs call us several times to be generous in our giving, because God has richly blessed us.
As fallen humans, we are often led by our subjective feelings versus objective truth. The Bible wisely addresses how we should respond to our feelings in light of the Gospel.
Money is a gift from God, and the way in which we spend it clearly reflects where our desires are most prevalent. As Christians, we desire neither be poorness (so we can generously give to others and not covet) nor wealth (so we don't make money into an idol).
Our words hold much more weight than we often realize. Life and death result from words, and we must learn to wield them wisely for His sake.
Through sex, practiced in marriage, we glorify Christ and know Him more fully.
God's ways are higher than ours, and nowhere is this more apparent than with His standards for marriage. To be wise in this, we must be willing to submit to His objective wisdom and not our subjective feelings.
In order to abide in the truth God graciously reveals to us, we must trust in Him, or we soon turn away and forget His word.
Our universe operates on absolutes. Thankfully truth is not subjective but objective. God has made truth something we can come to understand in our godly pursuits.
We need to be treasure hunters, ferociously pursuing our prize, which is Christ. Apart from Christ, we have no spiritual fruit, no wisdom, no peace... we can do nothing.
All wisdom comes from the source of all truth, and this source provides us truth through His Word and the Word made flesh. Where do you start in your search for truth? Is it with the Way, the Truth, and the Life?