Wisdom from Proverbs; Walking in Humility; and Dealing with Praise and Criticism

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Dr. Brown opens up the book of Proverbs and gleans wisdom on the tongue, on controlling the temper, and on walking in humility. He also shares some recent testimonies and hate mail, discussing how we should deal with criticism and praise. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Do you want to go higher and higher in the Lord?  Then get lower and lower in your humility and be a teachable correctable person and He will lift you up!

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: God disciplines us and rebukes us and convicts us because we are His children.  He does it for our good.  Submit to His discipline and live!

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3 Comments
  1. Dr. Brown,
    Andrew Roth seems to make a good case for some of the NT writings having been in Hebrew – he says he used to have a field day with the Greek NT when he was a counter-missionary but his questions were all laid to rest when he read the Peshitta. I’d like to know what Dr. Brown’s response to that claim of his would be.

  2. Ah yes, generally unasked criticisms will not be well looked upon. But I know Dr Brown will take this well:

    (A) More Quizes! I LOVE quizes. People love quizes. This is interactive radio. responding and answering teaches people x1000 better than passively listening. Hence quizes are good. Do more!

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