I am a advocate of learning and growing spiritually, mentally and physically. I am always wanting to improve. If you are like me, you don’t want to waste your time, efforts or energy on meaningless things.
In the book of Proverbs we see the wealth of wisdom that God gave Solomon and in turn it is given to you and I. Proverbs is a great tool for leaders. Unlike Psalms, which are poems to help us express our love to God, Proverbs gives us principles to help us live and lead.
I am challenging you to read a Proverb a day for the next 30 days. Since there are 31 Proverbs, use today’s date to be a guide as to which chapter to read each day (i.e. March 24 – so we would read Proverbs 24).
This will change the way you make decisions, how you work, the way you interact with people and relate with your family.
Wisdom is like a great jewel that is priceless to the one who has it.
So are you up to the challenge?