Posted by: Cherrie Herrin-Michehl, MA, LMHC | January 3, 2012

Whispers of Wisdom: It’s Calling Your Name

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Wisdom.  I recently realized wisdom plays a starring role in the Bible.  People often pray for health, relationships, jobs and finances.

But I doubt many people pray for the Lord to saturate their souls with wisdom.  I’m not talking about wisdom in particular circumstances, as in James 1:5.  “If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.”  I cling to this verse often and have let it sink under my skin.

I’m talking about asking for wisdom of  its own accord.  All by itself.  After all, receiving it is better than receiving gold.  What would happen if we truly believed this with every thread of our existence?

How much better to get wisdom than gold, to choose understanding rather than silver!  (Proverbs 16:16) If you had the choice, would you click the “add to cart” button for gold or wisdom?

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Amazing.  Nothing we desire can compare with it.

Somehow I’ve glossed over this verse and haven’t absorbed its power.  Wisdom is so valuable, we can barely grasp its level of importance.

I can hear it calling our names.

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  1. I remember our pastor in another state teaching about wisdom for quite awhile. It made such an impression on me and I’m glad your post brought it back to my thoughts again!

    Your post is rich in wisdom…all it needs is a hungry soul ‘seeking her with all their heart’.

    • Donna, sorry I took so long to reply to your comment. Somehow it ended up in my spam pile :( One of these days I need to figure out how to add the feature which checks for spam before people post. Thanks for the encouragement and reminder to seek the Lord with all my heart!

  2. Nice article.


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