Divine wisdom springs from integrity, and becomes manifest through creative expression with excellence as its standard.
2 Chronicles 9:3-4 When the queen of Sheba had seen the wisdom of Solomon, the house which he had built, the food at his table, the seating of his servants, the attendance of his ministers and their attire, his cupbearers and their attire, and his stairway by which he went up to the house of the LORD, she was breathless. NASB
The world’s definition of wisdom is focused on the attainment and use of knowledge. It’s not wrong; it’s just misleading. The church has adopted their incomplete definition, pursuing a wisdom that has no soul. Biblical wisdom sees with divine perspective, and is the creative expression of God, bringing practical solutions to the issues of everyday life.
Besides Jesus, Solomon was the wisest man to ever live. He caught the attention of his entire generation. People were in awe of this gift. The royalty in other nations envied his servants who had the privilege of being exposed to his gift on a daily basis. A servant in the presence of wisdom is better off than being a king without wisdom. The queen of Sheba was stunned by how wisdom affected simple things like clothing, buildings, and the like.
The effects of his gifts brought Israel into the greatest time of peace and prosperity they had ever known. Wisdom, through one man, changed a nation. What could happen with millions embracing this God-given opportunity?
The wisdom of God will again be reflected in His people. The Church, which is presently despised, will again be reverenced and admired. The Church will again be a a praise in the earth (see Jer. 33:9)
The manifestations of wisdom are varied. But as mentioned earlier, its nature can be seen in three words – integrity, creativity, and excellence. Divine wisdom springs from integrity, and becomes manifest through creative expression with excellence as its standard. Wherever we find ourselves operating in any of these three expressions we are being touched by divine wisdom.
Day 262 of
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