Day 31 Proverbs Challenge: Momma Used To Say

by Latricia C. Bailey “These are the wise sayings that King Lemuel’s mother taught him: I prayed for a son, and you are the son I gave birth to. Don’t waste your strength on women. Women destroy kings, so don’t waste yourself on them.” Proverbs 31:1-3 (ERV) A mother’s job can be both rewarding and… Continue reading Day 31 Proverbs Challenge: Momma Used To Say

Day 29 Proverbs Challenge: The Blessing or The Curse

by Tammy Phillips “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice; But when a wicked man rules, the people groan.” Proverbs 29:2 (NASB) I have had some splendid supervisors and a few, not so much. My work life has included a major evangelical organization, small ministries, a Christian college and several temporary assignments in… Continue reading Day 29 Proverbs Challenge: The Blessing or The Curse

Day 28 Proverbs Challenge: A High Stakes Game — Busted or Blessed

by Harriett V. Bennett “Rich people may think they are wise, but a poor person with discernment can see right through them.” Proverbs 28:11 (NLT) I am sure that most of us have either played or have seen people play Blackjack, commonly called ‘21.’  Whether spectator or player, it can be an intense experience. For… Continue reading Day 28 Proverbs Challenge: A High Stakes Game — Busted or Blessed

Day 27 Proverbs Challenge: Know Your Place

by Sharman J. Monroe “Like a bird that wanders from its nest Is a man who wanders from his place.” Proverbs 27:8 (NKJV) God purposely did not make any two people exactly the same. God made you in His image and likeness and gave you the skills and talents He wanted you to use to… Continue reading Day 27 Proverbs Challenge: Know Your Place