The ability to apply spiritual knowledge and experience in different situations (See also discernment, knowledge)
"For wisdom is more precious than rubies, and nothing you desire can compare with her." Proverbs 8:11
Bad company corrupts good character, so choose your friends wisely
Giggles fill the room as children learn an important principle
A fun challenge that reveals God's omniscience.
Wisdom is like a precious coin. Look for it as you would a hidden treasure.
A challenging activity illustrating the consequences of laziness.
Sometimes it can be hard to know who our true friends are. Thankfully, the Bible gives us some guidelines.
Kids try to identify wise sayings from the Bible and from secular sources.
Children can use this bookmark to save their place in their Bibles. It becomes a great reminder of the five steps to making God's Word a meaningful part of life.
The book of Proverbs is rich in godly wisdom, providing both practical and spiritual advice. This bulletin board offers eight important verses from Proverbs.
Kids will make a bookmark to remember the five steps to having God's Word become a part of their life.
Giggles abound with this craft showing it is important to listen to God.
Wisdom is more precious than rubies, and nothing you desire can compare with her (Proverbs 8:11).
Children run to demonstrate their knowledge of wisdom as described in James 3:17.
In this lesson, the children will learn about a motherís obedience, faith, and belief in God. When she shared the little she had, she was given more than she could ever expect.
After completing this lesson, children will learn that true wisdom comes only from God, and when they ask for wisdom and knowledge to know God's will, He will freely give it.
After completing this lesson, the children will realize that there are two types of wisdom. In the end they will realize the importance of choosing Godís wisdom.
After completing this Sunday school lesson, the children will learn that the Bible is our source for heavenly wisdom. Hearing, reading, studying, memorizing and meditating on the Word of God will help us live a good life that is pleasing to God.
This lesson teaches the importance of spiritual activity and self-examination.
Through this lesson, children will learn that when Jesus is our Lord, we follow His teachings and will do what He tells us.
After completing this lesson, the children will be challenged to choose to seek Godís wisdom. They will realize that it will not be easy to become wise but well worth it.
The book of Proverbs is rich in Godly wisdom, commands, discipline and insight. Those who put it's words into practice are on their way to living lives that will please God.
In this lesson, the children will learn about the Wisemen. We will focus on the example they set for us in seeking Jesus with all that they had in order to worship Him fully.
Someone with a soft heart will soak up the Word of God. On the other hand, the Word of God rolls right off someone with a hardened heart.
There is no end to the treasures that can be found in the Bible, God will always provide new insights when we have the right attitude.
This Object Talk will show why it is important to build on a solid foundation to weather life's storms. That foundation is the Word of God.
(Word Search) God knows the secrets of our hearts, our thoughts, how we were made; He knows everything. In this word search, children find words from key verses about God's knowledge.
(Word Search) A word search puzzle that describes what we need to do to gain wisdom.
(Crossword) A quick walk through Proverbs to discover the benefits of heeding instruction.
(Cryptogram) Kids decode the words to find out whom we should be following. Psalm 25:5
An interactive skit where the children provide an alternate ending to make an angry character respond wisely. (A skit for two)
A legend retold about the wisest king there ever was.