Also, be sure to hop along to all of these other blogs and see what First Lines they have to share!
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Bree - Bibliophile Reviews
Rachel - Bookworm Mama
Heather - Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen
Beth - Faithfully Bookish
Katie - Fiction Aficionado
Andi - Radiant Light
Carrie - Reading is my Super Power
Robin - Robin's Nest
Sydney - Singing Librarian Books
Kathleen - Kathleen Denly
Jessica – A Baker’s Perspective
Trisha – Joy of Reading
Jeanette – CJane Read
Molly – Molly’s Caffeinated Reads
Rebecca – It’s Storytime with Van Danniker!
Iola – Iola Golton
Nicole – Christian Fiction Girl
Anna – Cross Romance
My ReviewWhat is wisdom? This book is divided into 23 chapters exploring Biblical wisdom vs. worldly knowledge. It begins with the history of how the Jews perceived wisdom, to how Jesus Christ personified wisdom, to how we are to apply wisdom today.
This was a powerful and convicting read. From all I could tell, it was Biblically accurate, quoted many Scripture verses, and even used some hymns to expound on Biblical truths. There was a strong emphasis on humility, repentance, and salvation.
There are many quotes I appreciated. Here are a few:
"Would the man filled with wisdom and spiritual understanding write cheap poetry? I would certainly hope not!"
"David could sin, but he could also repent."
"We should not only memorize the Word, which is an excellent thing to do, but also know the difference between truth and error in applying the Word faithfully."
"Obviously there is enticement from sinners. It does not say in Proverbs 1:10, 'If sin entices thee.' It says 'If sinners entice thee.'"
"If that person stands between you and Jesus Christ, that person is not a friend."
*I received this book from Bethany House Publishers and happily provided my honest review*
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