Through The Bible: "Wisdom For Life"


Tonight (Wednesday, 1/24, 7:00 pm), gather with your Calvary Chapel family in the Holy Grounds Cafe’ or on our website (, Facebook, and YouTube (Calvary Inverness) as we continue our three-year journey through the Bible by concluding the book of Proverbs (24-31).
Chapters 24-29 are the sayings of King Solomon compiled by the scribes in King Hezekiah’s royal court three hundred years after his death. This is a reminder that kings come and go along with the constant change everyone goes through. Still, the truths of God’s Word are stable, consistent, and eternal.

Chapters 30-31 are the sayings of a relatively unknown figure named Agur and King Lemuel, which may be the nickname Bathsheba gave her son, Solomon.

Life is challenging and tends to throw multiple curve balls at the least opportune time. And when it does, it can leave one’s head spinning, causing them to fall into the trap of constantly reacting to overwhelming circumstances.

Therefore, Like the rest of the book of Proverbs, the authors wrote to give God’s people wisdom for navigating through the turbulent waters of life, thus providing them with the truth of God’s wisdom, a foundation that will never waver or falter.
This book continues to be a source of strength, comfor
t, and hope three thousand years later. And like any book, its knowledge is only good when opened, read, and applied.
It’s interesting to note that there is one chapter for each day of the month. This means one can read one chapter daily for the corresponding day of any given month and never regret wasting time.

Please pray that this three-year journey through the Word of God will be received by open hearts that long to grow in the Grace and Knowledge of Jesus. Moreover, He would do deep and abiding work in and through us for a world in desperate need of a Savior.
In His Strong Love,

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