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Wise Living for Foolish Times
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This is a unique book on a unique part of Scripture. Mayhue introduces us to Solomon, the writer of Proverbs, and then gets to grips with the book itself and its message. He answers some of the most frequently asked questions about Proverbs and how the book has immediate and pressing relevance to Christians today.
Then he re-organises the text of the entire book of Proverbs into six life applications - spiritual, personal, family, intellectual, market-place and societal each also having particular themes highlighted within them.
Practicing Proverbs is one book with multiple uses: devotionial, small group discipleship book, resource for the biblical counselor and for teaching Christian ethics and morality.
Most importantly of all, this is a book to help the reader develop a life that glorifies the source of all wisdom - God.
Dr. Richard Mayhue is Research Professor of Theology Emeritus at The Masterís Seminary in Sun Valley, California.
"I heartily encourage Christians to purchase the book, read it, heed it and put its truths into practice in their lives and ministries."
Wayne Mack, Professor of Biblical Counseling, The Master's College
"This book fills a long-awaited need. It makes the Proverbs accessible ... a rich resource for every reader."
John MacArthur, President, The Masterís University and Seminary and Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, California
"What a delightful and refreshing spiritual treasury from the pen of Richard Mayhue! The volume is a must for my personal and classroom use and for yours."
Dorothy K. Patterson, Professor of Theology in Womenís Studies, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Forth Worth, Texas
A terrific resource that clarifies the high practical value of the wisdom provided by the book of procerbs. It has helped both myself and folks I have recommended it to.
Posted by Patrick Rush, Warley, Sandwell at 03:07 on Sunday 24 May 2015