Wisdom is directive; knowledge is informative. Wisdom and knowledge are interdependent; however, wisdom needs knowledge upon which to act. Knowledge must be directed by wisdom. Words of wisdom are also associated with the knowledge of Scripture that produces conviction, unanimity, and progress. It opens hearts and opens doors, through timings and direction, for what is […]
We see so many times in the history of our own families and our countries how the same destructive situations affect people generation after generation. In Scripture too, we see that past circumstances created such malice, anger and hurt that affected multiple generations of God’s people.
“There is only one thing worth being concerned about.” Luke 10:42 NLT So, what is the most important thing in your life that you are concerned about? Could this be your family, your job, your finances, your health, or even your retirement plan? What about from a spiritual perspective? Did you know there are two
“I have brought you glory on earth” – John 17:4a NIV Who Will You Believe? Although it may not seem true in the moment when it happens, we have a personal choice to make when someone tells us that what we are believing can’t be done when God says it can be. Doesn’t it say
We have now arrived at the final blog post of this series in which I have attempted to distinguish between knowledge, understanding and wisdom. In this second post on wisdom, let’s explore the practical side of how to operate in God’s wisdom. In the New Testament, wisdom is often spoken in terms of having the
In simple terms, biblical wisdom is the capacity to understand life and how to implement ideas based on God’s perspective. Or put another way, “wisdom is the appropriate application of knowledge.” It is clear in the Word that wisdom is an invaluable virtue that is priceless, rare, immeasurable and too deep to fathom on our own.
Knowledge is the accumulation of facts and data through studying, research, investigation, observation and even experiences. It’s being aware of something and having the details to know. People with “knowledge” are able to collect, remember, and access information. It is possible to have knowledge, but to also have a complete lack of understanding and wisdom. A person might have the facts, but they don’t know what the information means or what to do next with it.
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We’re All Going To Reach The Departure Lounge One Day, Just Make Sure it’s Not Too Early! And He said to them, Come aside by yourselves to a deserted place and rest a while. For there were many coming and going, and they did not even have time to eat (Mark 6:31 NKJV). Can’t See the Wood For the
Practice: the Difference between the Ordinary and the Extraordinary “Practice these things, immerse yourself in them, so that all may see your progress.” (1 Timothy 4:15 ESV) Single Figures Takes Big Effort Many years ago, I used to eat, sleep, and drink golf. I loved anything having to do with playing golf. For those who know the