[Ep. 608] Wisdom’s Best Friend, Prudence

 

It’s easy to get caught up in our own life. If you’re like me, then sometimes you forget that there are even others on this planet.

But that attitude can affect our marriage, our kids, and our family. When we think of how our decisions can affect others in the future. That is called prudence.

In today’s show, we talk about why prudence is wisdom’s best friend.

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THE TAKE AWAY

You can have wisdom and prudence in the decisions that you make in life. Ask God to give you wisdom and start studying what His Word says about it.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE ABLE TO FACE YOUR FEARS?

[From Fighting for Families Radio]

The Bible is full of stories and examples of the attitude you need to be successful—successful in marriage, successful as a parent, and successful in your career.

Our free message right now is Chasing Lions: the story of Benaiah. Benaiah is a little-known story that comes alive when Joe teaches how he chased and killed a lion in a pit on a snowy day.

Benaiah was an unknown son of a priest who rose to be captain of a King David’s mighty men. Are you ready to face your biggest obstacle and overcome it? Is there a relationship that just never seems to work out?

God empowered Benaiah to be successful in whatever he faced. God wants to empower you too.

Listen and laugh as Joe shares the story of Benaiah and reveals practical, biblical insight that will help you overcome your biggest fear. 

 

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