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Mitch Kruse learned the hard way that going to church three times a week while growing up did not answer the question:
Have you ever thought about changing the scorecard of your life from money to wisdom?
His pursuit to find the answer sparked a lifelong journey through the ultimate wisdom book, Proverbs, one that connects God's heart with street smarts.
Street Smarts from Proverbs introduces Solomon's 12 words to the wise:
Righteousness, equity, and justice
Wise behavior, understanding, and wise communication
Prudence, discretion, and wise counsel
Discipline, knowledge, and learning
Each is paired with a real-life story of someone who experienced God's miraculous restoration after humbling their heart to him. It explains, illustrates, and applies one of the 12 words, providing an easy-to-understand yet life-transforming step-by-step process to assimilate each respective trait of wisdom.
Street Smarts from Proverbs gives memorable prompts for the listener to recall every point with the purpose of applying it to conflict at work, with family, among friends, and in ministry. It provides tangible tools to be shrewd yet harmless in business dealings, to separate wisdom from foolishness through discretion, and to seek wise counsel for life's decisions.
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By james on 04-07-18
The REAL discovery of happiness
This is a TRUE self improvement book. The author uses the only reference any one needs to back up his claims of finding joy and peace and that reference is The Holy Bible. The author leads you to the intersection of street smarts and spiritual smarts. Good Book. Also emphasizes when man determines what is what and wrong we are doomed, but if you look to Jesus for the difference between right and wrong you will have success and contentment.
By Tim OBrien on 08-07-17
This is a rare opportunity
It's a rare opportunity to read or listen to a book with so many points I can identify with. Not only did Mitch study Proverbs but he's lived it and in full color. It's very rare that I read a person especially a pastor, as an open book. Mitch really opens himself up and discusses his short comings in a way that all can identify with. You will laugh and you will cry but most of all you will learn. What a refreshing read.