“Instead of looking inside of ourselves or looking to this world, we gain wisdom by going to the Source of all wisdom, our Creator God who made this whole universe… In this season of uncertainty and even despair, let’s desire and seek out God’s wisdom as it will lead to hope to life and ultimate joy for our souls.”
– Perfect Wisdom of Our God (Gettys)
– When Trials Come (Gettys)
– Trust You (Aaron Keyes)
Share about a funny or awkward moment when you thought you were really smart but
found out that you actually were not!
Key Passages: Proverbs 3:13; Proverbs 24:14; Matthew 7:24; Proverbs 13:20; Proverbs 16:16
1. Why Do We Need Wisdom?
2. What Is Wisdom?
3. How Do We Get Wisdom?
Q1: Who do you think is someone who is wise? Why do you think that?
Q2: Looking at the key passages, what is true wisdom?
Q3: Who are the voices and influences that are currently speaking into your life? How
do you think they are affecting your thinking and your life?
Q4: Are you putting yourself in pathways of grace? Are there systems and structures in
place (e.g. in your schedule) that allow you to encounter God and His Word on a regular
Q5: What is 1 way that God is loving you through this season of COVID-19?
– Reflect upon what it means to pursue wisdom in your life.
– Take time to pray for wisdom (James 1:5) and ask God to not just know but apply His
Word in your daily life.
– Pray for any specific current situations where you need God’s wisdom.