Saturday, September 10, 2011

Daily Wisdom Challenge Recap - Week 36


wis·dom
[wiz-duhm]
*the quality or state of being wise knowledge of what is true or right coupled with just judgment as to action; sagacity, discernment, or insight.
*scholarly knowledge or learning.
*wise sayings or teachings; precepts.
(source: www.dictionary.com)




Things I learned from the Daily Wisdom Challenge this week:

Ezekiel 23 If there is any amount of suffering to be had from turning away from the Lord, I would rather do my best to walk WITH the Lord.  (Ezekiel 23 - 24)


Ezekiel 27 You may have all the beauty, fame, glory, wealth, power, and an abundance of "things", but if you don't have the Lord, then what?  (Ezekiel 25 - 27)


Ezekiel 28 Be careful that your wealth and beauty do not lead you to sins of pride which could cause you to turn your back on the Lord.  (Ezekiel 28 - 30)


Ezekiel 33 Righteous deeds will not save you if you choose to turn to sin. Similarly, your wickedness will not destroy you if you repent!  (Ezekiel 31 - 33)


Ezekiel 34 How do we tend to our flock? Do we tend to them w a loving heart or do we take care of our own needs and desires before all else?  (Ezekiel 34 - 36)


Ezekiel 37 If you are feeling like withered/lifeless dry bones, simply allow God to breathe his Spirit into you that you might truly live!  (Ezekiel 37 - 39)


Ezekiel 40-42 When something is meant to honor God you should be concerned about the details and not just the face value of what u r doing.  (Ezekiel 40 - 42)


chronological reading plan started 01/01/11
progress: 69% complete



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