Becoming wise ; being transformed into the bride of Christ

In Proverbs chapter 31 from verse 10 through to the end of the book it talks about The Radiant Bride. It is a picture of the perfect bride, or a virtuous woman but it is also a picture of the end-time victorious bride of Jesus Christ. It says (reading from The Passion Translation); as the … Continue reading Becoming wise ; being transformed into the bride of Christ


Growing in wisdom

Making decisions can be hard sometimes. Just the other night my husband and I were lucky enough to sneak away for a couple of hours without the children in tow and we decided to go out for a nice meal together. The thing was we both could not decide where to go and eat. Sounds … Continue reading Growing in wisdom

Learning to speak wisdom to ourselves

Anxious fear brings depression, but a life-giving word of encouragement can do wonders to restore joy to the heart. Lovers of God give good advice to their friends, but the counsel of the wicked will lead them astray. Proverbs 12: 25-26 TPT The foot note for this verse at the bottom of the page said … Continue reading Learning to speak wisdom to ourselves

Learning to speak wisely

If you shrug off an insult and refuse to take offense, you demonstrate discretion indeed. But the fool has a short fuse and will immediately let you know when he's offended. Proverbs 12:16 TPT Sometimes this is an incredibly hard thing to do, just shrugging off an insult or unkind words that somebody may have … Continue reading Learning to speak wisely

Wisdom, the key to living the best life

Wisdom. We all want it and we all need it. I have been spending time immersed in the the book of Proverbs in The Passion Translation (I just love this translation) . At the beginning of the book the translator, Dr Brian Simmons writes this... The revelation herein will make you a champion. You will … Continue reading Wisdom, the key to living the best life