How is wisdom apparent in your life?


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How is wisdom apparent in your life?

(Job 28:28)God said to men, “To
be wise, you must have reverence for the Lord.  To understand you must turn from
evil.”

With this in mind we see that we must make that decision, God or
the evil’s of earth.  As children of God, how should we proceed to make that
decision?  The age of majority on earth concentrates on the mental and
physical.  The age of majority for the heavenly world concentrates on the areas
of love and other spiritual areas.  Jesus used a child to help his self-centered
disciples get the point.  We are to be childlike, with humble and sincere
hearts.

(Matthew 18:1-4)At that time the disciples came to Jesus, asking,
“Who is the greatest in the Kingdom of heaven?”

So Jesus called a child,
had him stand in front of them, and said, “I assure you that unless you change
and become like children, you will never enter the Kingdom of heaven.  The
greatest in the Kingdom of heaven is the one who humbles himself and becomes
like this child.”

What does it mean to humble oneself like a child?  Why
is this important?

Humility and Love can make us the greatest in the
Kingdom of Heaven.  So how do we achieve these qualities?  God provides us with
our earth based plan of growth to become mature members of the family of humans
in order to give us a living parable of how we can become mature members of His
family.  We shall look at these parallel growth plans and look at how each
relates to the other, and why God did this for us.

(1 Chronicles
17:19)”It was your will and purpose to do this for me and to show me my future
greatness.”

Take time to praise God, to count his blessings, and to
affirm your commitment.  God wants us to be great in heaven and he will show us
how to get there.  As part of the growth paths, we will be discussing how each
individual must take an active part in planning his/her own growth.  This in
itself is part of growth.  But an even more important part of growth is how well
you are able to follow that plan.  Therefore we see that this growth plan must
affect our “heart.”  God takes the initiative.  When we turn our lives over to
God, he, by his Holy Spirit, builds into us the desire to obey him.

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Love God with my whole heart, mind, soul and
spirit

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About georgehach

I am a retired Lay Minister, acting as a prophet for God to understand the end times that is comingg and how to prepare for it.
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