1. Simple Man. In this episode, we read G.K. Chesterton and discuss everything from simple living to the death and resurrection of Christ as the foundation of reality, the higher meaning of cups, and why a tomato is just a tomato.
  2. How are we filled with the knowledge and spirtiual wisdom and understanding of God?
  3. We begin the New Year of Tough Texts with James 1:5-8, where James instructs believers to seek wisdom from God.
  4. Is Proverbs 31 inspiring or burdening to women? Is it a passage that's just for women? What do you think when you think about Proverbs 31? Where is the gospel in this passage?
  5. Trusting in Christ’s promise of new life and deliverance powers our ability to view the world with perceptive sensitivity and, therefore, to treat others fairly in the way we think and the way we experience life.
  6. Nostalgia is a looter who impoverishes us of the truth that God is in our midst right now.
  7. A life of faith is a life of wisdom, which is a life lived knowing that it is God’s authority — and his alone — that prevails as the consummate active power in the cosmos.
  8. Solomon did not write Ecclesiastes to bum you out. He wrote it to set you free.
  9. The wisdom of God became man, lived, died, and was raised for the justification of sinners, great and small.
  10. One day at a time, God provides us with a heart of wisdom, and in this way, our Lord teaches us to number our days. 
  11. What is a "Parable" and why does Jesus seem to speak in such mysteries? Your hosts Pastor Troy Neujahr and Pastor Craig Donofrio explain this Jesus way of communicating to you and for you.

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