O Come O Come Emmanuel (Future of Forestry) God Made Low (Shane & Shane) What Child Is This (Shane & Shane) Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Enfield) He Who Is Mighty (Shane & Shane) Come Behold The Wondrous Mystery (Shane & Shane) Prepare Him Room (Sovereign Grace)
Our Song from Age to Age (Sovereign Grace Music) Rock of Ages (Ascend the Hill) Hallelujah, What a Savior (Chris Rice) A Christian’s Daily Prayer (Sovereign Grace) Jesus, Your Mercy (Sovereign Grace) Great Is Thy Faithfulness (Shane & Shane)
It Was Finished On The Cross (CityAlight) His Robes For Mine (Ron & Shelly Hamilton) O Lord, My Rock and My Redeemer (Sovereign Grace) Great Is Thy Faithfulness (Shane & Shane) There is a Fountain (Shane & Shane)
At Large Group, Matt Ng spoke on James 1:5-12. As we are going through James in GOC, Matt reminded us how James is a New Testament book filled with wisdom and application. As Jesus’ brother, James knew Jesus his whole life and saw how Jesus truly did what He preached. In the message, Matt shared some points on how Christ, through James, calls us to know the perspective of divine wisdom, divine economy, and divine reward.
“Whatever my lot, thou hast taught me to say: it is well, it is well with my soul”
I watched as the time on my computer changed to 11pm, but the list of assignments and studying that I had to do that night had not dwindled a bit in the past few hours. As I reluctantly entered midterm season, one thought rang in my head: “It’s almost over. I just have to wait until this weekend and then I’ll be okay.” But is that how we are to look at trials?
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In this chapter of Proverbs, King Solomon urges his children to consider the abundant treasures of godly wisdom. The lush language and personification in these two verses both burgeon powerfully with promise. The pursuit of wisdom is greatly rewarded, Solomon says. But, why is obtaining wisdom so important, both for the new believer and the mature, seasoned one? As Matt preached last Friday on an overview of the book of James, a book of practical wisdom likened to the Proverbs of the Old Testament, he considered this question.