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Wisdom for the Way: Wise Words for Busy People
by Charles R. Swindoll (Goodreads Author)
Few know the topic of wisdom as well as best-selling author and pastor Charles Swindoll. For years, he has been sharing his "insights for living" with millions of listeners to his daily radio show of the same name. Wisdom for the Way collects some of Swindoll's most classic insights into daily bite-size readings. Gleaned from the book of Proverbs, here are wise words for b ...more
ebook, 400 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Thomas Nelson Publishers
(first published June 2nd 2001)
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This is not a cover-to-cover read. There is so much content. It is aptly titled as well. There is much to meditate on and really mull over. It has really opened up areas of new thought for me. Things that I have not previously considered, or delved much in. I definitely recommend this book to others. The format is such that you could read a page a year, but sometimes I just couldn't move on for a few days (thus why it took me over a year to finish it). Definitely a good read!
I love this book when you need a dose of pick me up it is great. This book was a gift from my daughter Beth we had bought one for a friend and I just loved it. I will never finish this book because it is helpful to read from time to time.
Charles Swindoll has devoted over four decades to two passions: an unwavering commitment to the practical communication and application of God's Word, and an untiring devotion to seeing lives transformed by God's grace. Chuck graduated magna cum laude from Dallas Theological Seminary and has since been honored with four doctorates. For his teaching on Insight for Living, he has received the Progra ...moreMore about Charles R. Swindoll...
“The mind of man plans his way, but the LORD directs his steps. PROVERBS 16:9”
“Then there are principles . . . and these are general guidelines that require discernment and maturity if we are to grasp them. . . . Like the sign that says, “Drive carefully.” This may mean forty miles an hour on a clear, uncongested highway, or it may mean ten miles an hour on an ice-covered curve. But it always means that we must be alert and aware of conditions; it always means we have to be discerning. . . . These principles require wisdom and discernment. The Mystery of God’s Will”More quotes…