How Intelligent is Your Intelligence?
June 03, 2018 | Perry Kallis
It’s a dangerous statement to make during graduation season, but “most of us eventually realize that how much we know makes very little difference in how intelligent we are about life.” Having lots of “Know-How” is less important than developing our character with some important “Know-Why.” Gaining true intelligence is actually more spiritual than it is academic. We will talk about that this week as we unpack Joshua 2 where the story of “The Spies” teaches practical lessons on how to gather truly important intelligence for living according to God’s purposes.
Scripture Verses: Joshua 2:1-24 ; Worship Song List: Click here
Boldness and courage are two words that sound so INSPIRING, but the truth is, we really don't need either of those things if we aren’t planning to do anything different and what we are currently doing.
The fifth book of the Bible, the book of Joshua, is basically written to inspire God’s people to do something more and better for God than they’ve ever done before in history.
Anyone who intentionally reads this book does so at their own risk, because it is intended to put the status quo on notice that it cannot be maintained if obedience is to be accepted. Let’s take the risk and start a new series and Be Bold!