Whose Wisdom

To know wisdom, whose wisdom, surely it is not the wisdom of the world, surely it is not the wisdom of man. Whose wisdom then? What is there to know about wisdom? Wisdom from above, is the wisdom of love from the Father for His sons and daughters. Wisdom that captures the lens of the conscious mind, wisdom from the heart that explores the inner most being of a child of God. Wisdom that resist moral pitfalls. Wisdom that strengthens and encourages. Wisdom that follows the God given patterns of the Father.

Wisdom is greater than silver and gold (Proverbs 3:13-14). Wisdom that seeks to lead others justly and with equity. Wisdom that reveres God, His Lordship, Words, and commands (Psalm 111:10; Ecclesiastes 12:13). Wisdom that loves knowledge and correction, that does not trust in self but in God. Whose wisdom? The wisdom from above. The wisdom of God’s love putting aside self-enrichment in oppressing others and stealing. Whose wisdom, surely it is not the wisdom of the world, surely it is not the wisdom of man. So whose wisdom? King Solomon was dreaming and asked God for wisdom to lead and judge His people with an understanding heart and the discernment of good and evil, in which God granted (1Kings 3:5-15; 1Kings 4:29). However, Solomon became disobedient and greedy not recognizing that his authority in the Kingdom of God was for service not for self-gratification (1 Kings 11:1-13;12:7).

Father praying for leaders who are filled with Your Spirit, who are just, equitable, and judge fairly. Leaders who are not seeking self-gratification but sincerely concerned and caring for the needs of Your people. Father may Your kingdom come and Your will be done as it is in heaven. Amen

If anyone needs wisdom He can ask the Father who will give it generously (James 1:5).

Peace, love, and joy,

Rachel Flemming

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