Category: Wise Words

Whether it is a short proverb or an extended exploration of some subject, you will find posts in this category to be incredibly useful.

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The Power of an Ordinary Life – Harvey Hook

In God’s sight, there are no “little people” and no “little places” – only individuals who offer their lives in consecrated moments of obedience to God. When they do this, he gives them the power to influence the flow of an entire generation. Harvey Hook – “The Power of an Ordinary Life” (inspired by Francis Schaeffer) This morning I was encouraged by this quote from a man who invested in my life when I was ‘just another college student.’ Harvey Hook saw the value in my ordinary life and his investment continues to this day in the lives of many...

Reason and Doubt 0

Reason and Doubt

It is better to doubt what cannot be confirmed through evidence than to confirm what has never been doubted. -Inspired by Reason from “The Pilgrim’s Regress”

The Hidden Knowledge 0

The Hidden Knowledge

The greatest treasure, rarest find; its value deep in vaults of time. So, that worth seeking often hides, beyond the reach of simple minds. Where only by the journey, can the seeker be the key. Unlocked in growing character, to safely wield its sacred mystery. Thus, knowledge waits, its power kept; for only those whose use could bless. -CMH

Practical Truth 0

Practical Truth

I would rather live as if something good were true and find out it is not than live as if what is good were not true.   My goal as a philosopher is to search out how to interact with what may be. There are so many versions of the truth, that it is difficult to decide which one to believe. However, each person needs an operating system with which to navigate this world of truths. My goal is to find out what this is.   What is cannot be discovered or fully be revealed, however those forms of interaction...

The Proverbs 31 Man 0

The Proverbs 31 Man

Just noticed that the Proverbs 31 woman gets about 2/3 of a chapter at the end of 30 and 1/3 chapters on the virtuous man. Proverbs 31:10 “The virtuous woman, who can find?…” What if instead of saying, “this woman is impossible to find.” The writer of proverbs is trying to make a final point to the young man that he has been trying to teach for the past 30 and 1/3 chapters? What if he is trying to say, “Who is able to find such a woman?” The only way that you will ever be able to find this...