[606th edition] October 8th, 2011 Cyber Fellowship Sermon (October 13, 2011)

Proverbs chapter 1 verse 22 “How long, you simple ones, will you love simplicity? For scorners delight in their scoring, and fools hate knowledge.”

Whenever I read the Bible, there are so many stories concerning wisdom recorded; especially in the book of Proverbs. “Wisdom calls aloud outside; she raises her voice in the open squares. She cries out in the chief concourses, at the openings of the gates in the city she speaks her words: “Wisdom and imprudence, wisdom and arrogance and wisdom and foolishness; such things exist. However, where imprudence exists, wisdom cannot, and one who is wise cannot be imprudent. Wisdom cannot dwell among arrogance, and one who is wise cannot become arrogant. Only for people who do not possess wisdom is it possible to become imprudent, foolish or arrogant. Nevertheless, when one does possess wisdom, that person cannot turn imprudent, arrogant nor become foolish. In the