Heaven’s Words, My Words (Proverbs collection)

In the Old Testament, it is recorded that the wise King Solomon wrote 3000 proverbs and 1005 songs. (1 King 4:32). These proverbs contained the wisdom of the heavens and conveys it to all who take heed.

Today, Pastor Jung Myung Seok also writes thousands of proverbs to tell the world about the deep heart of God, and how we should live our lives in the way that God has purposed. These proverbs have been published in a series called “Heaven’s Words, My Words” that consists of 9 books, and it has since grown into a new series called “Heaven’s Words, My Words: Proverbs with Pictures.”

Truly, ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’ (Matthew 4:4) These words fill us up in ways that bread cannot.

 

Heaven’s Words, My Word’s 1 (Published in 2005 by Myung, ISBN 8991459080)

Heaven’s Words, My Words 2 (Published on 3 Feb 2004 by Myung, ISBN 8995266651)
Heaven’s Words, My Words 3 (Published on 7 July 2004 by Myung, ISBN 899526666X)
Heaven’s Words, My Words 4 (Published on 3 Dec 2004 by Myung, ISBN 899145903X)
Heaven’s Words, My Words 5 (Published on 7 Sep 2005 by Myung, ISBN 8991459048)
Heaven’s Words, My Words 6 (Published on 7 Sep 2005 by Myung, ISBN 8991459099)
Heaven’s Words, My Words 7 (Published on 30 Nov 2012 by Myung, ISBN 9788991459106)
Heaven’s Words, My Words 8 (Published on 30 Nov 2012 by Myung, ISBN 9788991459113)
Heaven’s Words, My Words 9 (Published on 30 Nov 2012 by Myung, ISBN 9788991459120)
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