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Heavenly wisdom : Proverbs simply explained

Author: Gary Brady
Publisher: Darlington (England) ; Webster, N.Y. : Evangelical Press, ©2003.
Series: Welwyn commentary series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Proverbs points us to Christ, the one 'who has become for us' who believe 'wisdom from God'. Here is an excellent place to begin to learn about Christ and about wisdom. It has been said that, as the Psalms give us Christ singing the law, so the Proverbs give us him meditating on it. Truly to understand him, we must get to grips with Proverbs. Truly to be wise, we must get to grips with Christ. --from publisher  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Brady
ISBN: 0852345437 9780852345436
OCLC Number: 54841690
Description: 812 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Grammar --
Vocabulary --
More vocabulary --
Final lessons.
Series Title: Welwyn commentary series.
Other Titles: Proverbs simply explained
Responsibility: Gary Brady.

Abstract:

Proverbs points us to Christ, the one 'who has become for us' who believe 'wisdom from God'. Here is an excellent place to begin to learn about Christ and about wisdom. It has been said that, as the Psalms give us Christ singing the law, so the Proverbs give us him meditating on it. Truly to understand him, we must get to grips with Proverbs. Truly to be wise, we must get to grips with Christ. --from publisher description.

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