Sermons

Building the House of Wisdom (Matthew 7:24-27, Proverbs 1:1-7)

James Keen, May 29, 2011
Part of the Topical Sermons series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

Do you see the storyline in the Book of Proverbs? To many, it appears to be a collection of short sayings. As we dig a bit deeper, we find there some main characters that are developed and interact throughout the book. Learn more about the house that wisdom built.

Tags: Proverbs, Wisdom

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About James Keen: Pastor of The Anchor Missionary Baptist Church
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  2. Praise be unto God, from whom all blessings flow, and whom has given us His precious Word, a revelation from God to man about Jesus Christ and a handbook for living a victorious life in the same! I’m very thankful to have heard this message.

    Honestly, I just needed to wash my mind with the Truth of God’s Word concerning this topic, for the world has indeed developed and promoted, with utmost tenacity and boldness, the lies of the devil. I’m glad that God designed the family the way He did: One (1) father and One (1) mother being consistently present in the lives of their children for the purpose of raising them up “in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.”

    You have encouraged me. Keep preaching the Word of Truth, brother. I’m praying for you now that I have been awakened to the work that is going on there. You never know who will benefit from this ministry; I am from Bolivar, Missouri, a member of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, where Michael Calhoun pastors. I thank God for you.

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