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Opening Up Proverbs

Publisher:
, 2008
ISBN: 9781846251108

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The Book of Proverbs has one central message (how to gain wisdom) and deals with an extensive array of practical topics including vocation, financial stewardship, moral purity, and how to have successful relationships. Here, Jim Newheiser guides the reader through all the main aspects of the teaching of Proverbs while also emphasizing how these great, life-transforming truths are rooted in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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“The wisdom offered by the book of Proverbs is skill for living. Wisdom is not merely intellectual or academic; it is primarily moral.” (Page 20)

“Proverbs equips the reader with moral skill for holy living, and Proverbs imparts mental discernment.” (Page 19)

“Many people make crucial life decisions in areas such as marriage, finances, and vocation not based upon God’s revealed Word but their feelings. Proverbs tells us that our feelings are unreliable: ‘There is a way which seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death’ (14:12); ‘he who trusts in his own heart is a fool’ (28:26a).” (Page 60)

“The wise man does not lean on his own understanding but trusts that God’s way is best. The one who chooses his own way arrogantly claims that he knows better than God.” (Page 60)

“The biblical proverbs are unique, however, because they are grounded in covenant relation with the Lord God: ‘The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge’ (1:7a). Solomon doesn’t merely offer clever sayings that provide useful advice on how to enjoy worldly success; rather, he teaches that true wisdom and success are rooted in having a right relationship with God, who is the source of all wisdom.” (Page 11)

  • Title: Opening Up Proverbs
  • Author: Jim Newheiser
  • Publisher: Day One
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 192

Jim Newheiser earned an MA and DMin from Westminster Theological Seminary. He has been practicing biblical counseling for over 20 years, is a NANC Fellow, has served as the director of IBCD since 2006, and has been a pastor at Grace Bible Church in Escondido, California since 1990. Jim is a founding member and an executive board member of the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals. He is an international retreat and conference speaker, author of Opening Up Proverbs, and co-author of When Good Kids Make Bad Choices and You Never Stop Being a Parent.

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