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Be Wise

Stuart Briscoe

Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise. (Eph. 5:15)

Our society today is swamped with information, but starving for wisdom. In this series by Stuart, he teaches what it means for Christians to live wisely in every part of their lives: in the workplace, with unbelievers, in family life, in worship time, and in personal devotional time. But where do we find the wisdom to make right choices? In the same place we find Godly instruction on everything else—God’s Word.

Based on Paul’s letters to the Ephesians and Colossians, Stuart explains that to live wisely, we must know what the Bible says about God’s will, God’s Word, God’s worship, and God’s “whatevers.”

Messages From This Series:

When Peter was awakened by the angel in prison, he woke to a new life. Paul says believers have a similar experience—it’s like “rising from the dead.” But this new life requires care. It takes a lot of wisdom.

Scripture: Ephesians 5:8-5:20

It is a well-established fact among believers that "man cannot live by bread alone," but that the Word "from the mouth of God" is vitally necessary (Mt. 4:4). However, it is equally well established that many believers have inadequate appetites for and diets of the Word of God.

Scripture: Colossians 3:16

Someone has said, “Too many Christians worship their work, work at their play, and play at their worship.” Let’s talk about worship with particular reference to psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.

Scripture: Colossians 3:16

God’s will, God’s Word, and God’s worship may sound a little spiritual to some people. But Paul is extremely practical when he turns his attention to “whatever you do.” That just about covers everything!

Scripture: Colossians 3:17

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