Blessing of Wisdom Seminar's
Class starts September 10th @ 6:30pm
What is The Blessing of Wisdom (BOW)
The Blessing of Wisdom Seminars are designed to expand knowledge of
Biblical concepts and transform that knowledge into understanding. You
must understand what you know before what you know can serve you and
make you wise. In other words, many people suffer from not having
knowledge but being enslaved by their knowledge. These course are
designed to help one understand rather for one to glean more
knowledge. BOW will be taught at a collegiate level and topics will
vary from Eschatology, Good and Evil, Social Theories,Politics,
Psychology and Religion, to name a few.
Why should I participate in BOW?
The Bible is the wisest book ever compiled and failure to know it is a
failure to change your life and a failure to be worth something to the
world. The aim of BOW is to make one complete by the Biblical standard
of hitting the bullseye.This means that what you say and what you do,
is completed by who you are by good being manifested by fruit of your
character. BOW will teach you how to write, how to communicate
effectively and how to believe. How to be respectable as a Christian
and how to be a peacemaker instead of a peacekeeper.
The Blessing of Wisdom Seminars
101 Belief and Archetypes of Biblical Structures
This 8 week course is designed to expand personal testimony from past
to future by understanding the present. A present self aimed towards a
working understanding of desired future can manifest potential. Belief
and Identity structures seminar will cover a basic understanding of
the book of Genesis and expound on wisdom that reveals the foundation
to belief formed from identity.
Identify one personal promise that you have received, perceived
destiny or a future that is desired. Then write your testimony in
detail from childhood to when the promise or first conscious desire
for the ideal future occurred. List significant life changing events,
the good and the bad leading up to the promise, desired future or
perceived destiny. Detail is important. Therefore, don’t be afraid to
write to much but don’t get stuck in writing repetitively.
Once your past is detailed and understood then your future may be
addressed with responsibility. On the final part of your paper you
will write how and what you are responsible for in seeing your promise
or desired future manifest. I am not concerned with the paper length
but the detail in which each requirement is detailed out.
Finding Wisdom in The Book of Genesis
Genesis 1-2 Chaos and Order
The known and unknown
Potential in what could be and the need for mystery
Genesis 3 Man,Woman and the Serpent
Foundations of belief and the power of questions of conscious realities
What is evil and what is light
Genesis 4-5 Brothers keeper
Sacrifice and identity
Be who you should be and you wont betray yourself to your own sacrifice
Genesis 5-11The Flood and The Tower
Cain and his decedents
The State verses the Individual
Genesis 12-16 Abram The Father of the faith
The importance of Divine destiny
Leaving your fathers tent
Genesis 22-24 Abraham and Issac, Issac and Jacob
Legacy and Wisdom
My fathers sins are my sins, but his blessings are my blessings to
hinder or advance
Genesis 32 Jacob and the wrestling match
Admit who you are when you tackle what can’t be moved
Genesis 37-50 Joesph: gift or character
Why a gift can cloud your vision of reality
Who is the real hero, Joesph or Judah?
A thesis about your promise, desire, dream or future
At least 10 resources (not the Bible) are to be included in your paper
Provide at least five scripture verses that identify a promise,
desire, dream or future
Your future must be presented in light of what you have come to
understand about your past and the responsibility to manifest that
Papers will be exchanged at the 6th week of class for peer review. You
will grade each others papers based on the clarity of the
requirements. Provide feedback, but don’t be nice. You are reading
your peers papers for critical review and clarity to their points that
Remember that a good rough draft is a bad rough draft.
All Papers are due at the end of the 8th week.
Grades are pass/fail.
To pass this course detail is required. Your paper is about you and
your future. Failing this class is failing to make yourself ready for
your own future.