Proverbs 2:1-22

Lessons learned from Proverbs 2:1-22 include: Seek wisdom by searching for it as if it were a hidden treasure. If you want wisdom, ask God for it. The Spirit of God opens up the things of God to us; God speaks to us through His Word. You won’t be deceived so easily if you stay close to the Word of God.

Proverbs 1:5-33

Lessons learned from Proverbs 1:5-33 include: If you are smart you will listen to what is being said in this book. We need to study the Word of God in order to understand its true value. Avoid the sinner who has a plan to get something for nothing.

Proverbs 1:1-5

Lessons learned from Proverbs 1:1-5 include: Wisdom is the ability to use knowledge in the right way. Understanding means intelligence or discernment. Knowledge is useful information. Discretion means thoughtfulness.

Proverbs Introduction

Lessons learned from Proverbs include: A proverb is a saying that conveys a specific truth in a pointed and pithy way. Proverbs are short sentences drawn from long experience. A proverb is truth couched in a form that is easy to remember, a philosophy based on experience, and a rule for conduct. The key verse is found in the first chapter: “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.”

Ephesians 6:16-24

You’ve heard “put on the whole armor of God …,” but did you know all but two pieces of armor were for defense? The only two weapons we have for offense are the Sword of the Spirit and prayer. Learn how to lay hold of both as you turn to God for spiritual resources to engage the enemy in this final study in Ephesians.

Ephesians 6:13-15

The key word to the “whole armor of God” metaphor is STAND. This is the fourth time we’ve studied this word in the book of Ephesians. How should we stand? We stand in the truth—since the truth of God’s Word holds everything together, says our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee.

Ephesians 6:10-12

“Our enemy is not flesh and blood. The enemy is spiritual and the warfare is spiritual. We need spiritual power to combat the demonic world around us,” says our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee. Do not be clueless as you go into battle today. Study Ephesians 6 with us.

Ephesians 6:5-10

We continue our lessons in spiritual warfare with this from Dr. J. Vernon McGee: “The devil is the deceiver, coming as an angel of light. He will use every possible means to deceive you. We are no match for him but are told that God will fight the devil for us.” Learn more about the enemy of your soul in our study in Ephesians 6.

Ephesians 6:1-8

As a Christian parent, you have the privilege to claim your children for the Lord. Learn the foundational truths to a home that honors God in this practical study in Ephesians 6.

Ephesians 5:30-6:1

Have you stood with your partner and before God said “I do” to holy vows of marriage? If yes, then you know, at least in part, how the picture of marriage illustrates Jesus’ love for His church. Sacrifice, selflessness, leadership, and love—all describe the relationship Jesus has with us, the body of Christ.

Ephesians 5:20-31

When we are saved, God’s Spirit does four things in us: He gives us new life, He comes to live in us, He seals us, and He baptizes us. The only thing we are commanded to do is to “be filled with the Holy Spirit.” Our study in Ephesians 5 explains what that means on a daily basis in our lives.

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