CWC Sermons

Uncommon Sense

September 11, 2016

Steve DeNeff - Proverbs 9:1-5; 10-12; 4:5-9,18-19
There are two storylines in our day – one of unprecedented accomplishments and prosperity, and another of disorder and fear – and what is most needed is a remnant of genuine people who are wise. But what is wisdom? Where does it begin and how does the pursuit of it make all other things easier? This sermon will introduce wisdom and folly as currents in a river, with the “fear of the Lord” as the headwaters of wisdom. It will challenge us to “get wisdom, though it cost all you have,” (4:7) and show how the “fear of the Lord” means more than simple faith.