A 14-Day journey of wisdom woven through Proverbs, Chapters 1-9, given from the perspective of a loving Father to His true daughter
Our hearts crave wisdom. Our world is full of self-help books, teachings, and instructions on how we should live and how we should behave. While there’s nothing wrong with seeking out instruction from experts of our time and those who have gone before, what if there’s a way that promises to give us perspective from heaven? The Bible is packed with personalized benefits and instructions for us to live a full and fulfilled life. The proverbs will always provide a relevant opportunity to view our lives through the lens of God’s loving instruction, from the 4th to the 21st century. Each verse is still speaking, still teaching, and still guiding us to the loving heart of a Heavenly Father who wants what’s best for us.
In this course, we will focus on the first nine chapters of this timeless book while providing opportunities to seek God’s wisdom, above all else. We’ll lean in and discover how a father talking to his son in the original text can now apply to true daughters learning from their Heavenly Father, today. When we don’t know where to go, what to do, how to move forward, or how to live our best lives, we can turn to His wisdom and find our way, over and over again.
Space for Notes + Reflection
Pauses for Personal Growth
Scripture for Living Truth
“To acquire wisdom is to love yourself; people who cherish understanding will prosper.”
-Proverbs 19:8 (NLT)
As a true daughter of a loving Father, His wisdom is yours for the taking.
"I like how it’s not a devotional but you get to read it for yourself and really see God through it. I get to pick out my own things. By reading his word, I’m able to practice and understand more which makes me more comfortable with sharing my faith with others with what I know." - S. Taylor
"I like that it’s larger chunks of text. In a devotional, you just read smaller passages, but I like that this allows me to see the full picture and understand it as a whole. It’s nice to get all the context behind everything... to form my own opinion and wrestle with what things are said instead of having the answer handed to me immediately. It allows me to work through my thought process...which I really like."
- Mary F.
"I’ve gotten a lot better at noticing relevant applicable things in the passages – the relevancy of the Bible as a whole. The things that people dealt with in the Bible years ago are the same things that people are dealing with now. Which is pretty crazy!" - Vaughn