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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2002
Availability: In Stock
In Scripture, wisdom is portrayed as a most important treasure, something to be sought after with consistent discipline. We, as Christians, tend to think of wisdom as something to be attained -- an ideal to which we aspire. Charles Stanley contends that genuine wisdom is evidenced in how we live. The truly wise person is one whose values, perspectives, career goals, and daily decisions are all shaped by the wisdom found in Christ.
Choosing to live according to Biblical precepts is a lifestyle foreign to the worldly patterns among which we live. Inevitably, there will be clashes between the wisdom of God and that of the world. Dr. Stanley teaches how to apply God's wisdom as we handle finances, relate to others, care for our physical health, and carry out day-to-day duties. This significant volume presents a way of living that embodies wisdom from above.
Denise5 Stars Out Of 5March 14, 2010DeniseWalking Wisely will open your eyes to see there's only two paths to walk in in this life, the wise path or the unwise path. Which one you'll choose will determine your direction in life. Believers need to choose the wise path. God desires that we walk wisely because it brings us real joy in life. This book will be used by God to help you make lasting friendships with the believers in your life, know when to walk away from an abusive relationship, repair a broken friendship, and lastly how to know your Savior better in your lifelong relationship with Him. I highly recommend this book to all believers so they'll be wise in all their choices they make and in doing so receive God's best every time.
Christine Lemmerman4 Stars Out Of 5May 21, 2008Christine LemmermanAn excellent book for guidance in being able to walk wisely with God. I highly recommend this book to believers as well as unbelievers. God's way is the only way!!
Sally Olson5 Stars Out Of 5September 11, 2007Sally OlsonThis is a wonderful book--but one expects greatness from Charles Stanley! Our twelve-year-old is reading the book and completing the workbook as part of his "wisdom" lifeskills unit.