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Proverbs - Week 1, Day 1 - The Gospel Truth - Andrew Wommack 31-jan-2018

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Proverbs - Week 1, Day 1 - The Gospel Truth - Andrew Wommack 31-jan-2018

Andrew Wommack Bible study - Proverbs - Week 1, Day 1 - The Gospel Truth - 31-jan-2018.

Welcome to our Monday's broadcast of the Gospel Truth. Today, I'm going to begin a brand-new series, doing something that I don't know that I've ever done on television, and I'm going to teach verse by verse through the book of Proverbs.  …The reason he wrote the book of Proverbs was to give subtlety, discretion, wisdom, understanding; to keep ourselves from being deceived and all of these things. You can see that this is critical. This is exactly what our society needs today. Today we see people operating in a worldly wisdom, a secular wisdom, wisdom that completely goes against God's Word… that's the reason that we see the moral decay.  What we have here in the book of Proverbs is divine wisdom that was imparted by God and this is really important that we understand that. …Satan's only weapon that he has against us is deception. Satan has been stripped. Satan has no power to force anybody to do anything. The way that he gains access to people is because of a lack of knowledge.

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Andrew Wommack is an American conservative Evangelical Christian TV evangelist, a Charismatic Word of Faith teacher and faith healer, as well as the founder of Andrew Wommack Ministries in 1978 and Charis Bible College(originally Colorado Bible College) in 1994.

Wommack has been preaching since 1969. He married his wife Jamie in 1972. Over the next six years, they led three small churches and completed their family with two son...

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