Words of Wisdom Podcast

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The Words of Wisdom podcast brings to life the Book of Proverbs so that the listener can learn and appreciate the practical wisdom and value of this important book of the Bible. With insights from the biblical culture as well as helpful explanations about Hebrew poetry, imagery, and themes, Jerry Wierwille takes the listener on a journey to discover and apply the truth in this ancient book, which still speaks to us today!

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Ep 16 – It’s Good to Leave an Inheritance (Prov. 13:22)

    Setting aside a portion of the wealth we earn and planning to pass it on to our children is a demonstration of godly wisdom. But an inheritance should be more than just money, it is a way that we can share our knowledge of success and discipline to help ...


  2. Ep 15 – The Problem with Inheritance (Prov. 20:21)

    If managed correctly, an inheritance can be a great blessing during hard times, help purchase a home, or be the means by which one starts their own business. But that requires the recipient to be prepared to wisely manage it, which takes self-discipline and time to learn. An inheritance ...


  3. Ep 14 – Fools Can Appear Wise (Prov. 17:28)

    Looks can be deceiving, and a fool can pass himself off as being wise. But a wise person is not deemed as wise because of their stature, demeanor, or appearance but according to their manner of life by living in obedience to Yahweh. This manner of life is demonstrated ...


  4. Ep 13 – Holding Back Words (Prov. 17:27)

    Wisdom tells us that we should be careful in how many words we use and when we use them, and that in response to being provoked, less words is often better and can keep us from saying things we would later regret. Moreover, keeping a cool spirit is essential ...


  5. Ep 12 – The Strength of Patience (Prov. 25:15)

    Being aggressive and making demands from someone is likely not going to have a desirable outcome. Whether it is a person in a position of authority, someone at our place of employment, or even someone within our own family, if we make a request or plead our case with ...