Words of Wisdom Podcast

--- Jerry Wierwille ---

For those who want to grow in making healthy and wise decisions, Words of Wisdom is a podcast dedicated to helping you understand the Book of Proverbs and be able to apply the rich wisdom it has to offer and how it still speaks powerfully to our lives today.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. Ep 37 - Don’t Misplace Your Confidence (Prov. 25.19)

    What sort of person would you call upon if you were in a pinch and needed help? Should what you know regarding a person’s character affect your degree of confidence in them? Wisdom is about having discernment, and therefore, knowing someone’s character and established pattern of behavior is important ...


  2. Ep 36 - Injustice is an Abomination (Prov. 17.15; 24.23-25)

    Justice is something that Yahweh God cares deeply about. Judicial systems are set up to maintain justice, but they are flawed. Sometimes the innocent are convicted while the guilty go free. In Yahweh’s eyes, any perversion of justice is an abomination. He is disgusted when wrong is called right, ...


  3. Ep 35 - Humility Leads to Glory (Prov. 18.12; 15.33)

    What Proverbs teaches us is that our attitude and way of thinking can send us down two drastically different roads. One ends in disaster, and the other in glory. Pride does bring glory and honor; rather, humility is what does that. When we live with humility, willing to ...


  4. Ep 34 - Pride Can Be Deadly (Prov. 16.18)

    Pride makes us think more highly of ourselves than we should, and it produces in us a sense of overconfidence and self-importance. When we are full of pride, we can lose sight of thinking things through clearly and sensibly. Thus, as a consequence, pride leads us to experience ...


  5. Ep 33 - Discern Your Steps (Prov. 14.15)

    Being naïve means having a general lack of understanding about people and the world, which leads to a person being gullible. When critical thinking is absent, we tend to not discern our circumstances and fall prey to unexpected consequences. Discernment requires time and effort to gain an awareness ...