Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding. Exalt her, and she shall promote thee: she shall bring thee to honour, when thou dost embrace her. She shall give to thine head an ornament of grace: crown of glory shall she deliver to thee.

Proverbs 4:7-9

If you really want to get the Wisdom of God, you’ll have to do more than casually read the Scriptures a few minutes a day. You’ll have to feed on them night and day. You’ll have to get rid of the rubbish you’ve been feeding into your consciousness by reprogramming your mind with the Word of God.

“Oh, Brother,” you may say, “that’s unreasonable!” However, the Wisdom of God is one of the most Important & the most precious thing that you can obtain. If we seek the Wisdom of God in our daily decisions making, we will not live with regret later.

Yes, it is. But consider this: A music major in college practices for hours every day. Olympic skaters spend six to eight hours a day training for their routines. They do it because they’re unreasonably committed to their goals.

The same is true for you. If you’re going to achieve the kind of spiritual excellence you’re hungry for, then you’re going to have to be unreasonably committed to the Word of God. That may well mean that you’ll have to carry a media player around with you everywhere you go. It may mean that you’ll have your razor in one hand and your media player in the other or a media player in one hand and a fork in the other.

Do whatever it takes to totally saturate yourself with the Word of God. I would speak to you no differently if I were your commanding officer about to send you into combat against the best trained elite troops of a savage enemy. You are God’s frontline assault force. You have an enemy who is doing his dead level best to destroy you. In this crucial, all-out, no-holds-barred offensive, Satan will dispatch hell’s choicest personnel to bring you down. If you’re going to make it through in victory, you’re going to have to put yourself in training.

We need to run after Jesus because He is “The Power of God and the Wisdom of God”. The more we know Christ and Christ Crucified, the more we will have the Power and Wisdom of God. Jesus is the Wisdom of God Incarnated in Flesh – when you look at Jesus you see the Wisdom of God, so you do not have to wonder what the Wisdom of God is.

Be unreasonably committed. Get wisdom.

Scripture Reading:

Proverbs 1:7-33

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