Kristopher England - February 19, 2023
The Crossroads of Planning
Scripture References: Proverbs 1:5, Proverbs 11:14, Proverbs 12:5, Proverbs 15:22, Proverbs 20:18, Proverbs 6:18, Proverbs 12:20, Proverbs 14:22, Proverbs 16:1-3, Proverbs 16:9, Proverbs 16:33, Proverbs 3:5-6
From Series: "Choose Wisely: Godly Discernment for Life"
Robert Frost's well-known poem “The Road Not Taken” uses imagery to show that sometimes one decision can have a life-long impact. We face countless choices in life: in setting goals, getting married, pursuing a career, in conversation, etc. Looking back on our lives, our choices “make all the difference.” The book of Proverbs was written to pass on wisdom…to help people make the right choice. The book of Proverbs provides signposts at the places where the road of life splits in two. These signposts provide insight to the traveler regarding each path. But Proverbs is much more than just good advice for an easy life. Wisdom begins with the fear of the Lord, and as such, it is primarily theological...it is worship! Join us as we learn to worship God by choosing the path of wisdom in this life full of choices.