You Can’t Have One Without the Other

Wisdom and prayer go together

You can’t have one without the other.

 

No one who is wise is prayerless

And no one who is prayerless will ever be wise

 

You will never attain wisdom apart from the presence of God

Wisdom is not education or diplomas or degrees

Wisdom is supernatural and it is found when you walk with God

Colossians 2:3 says “all the treasures of wisdom is found in Him.”  So He is our source and THE source of wisdom.  You can have an MBA or a PHD and still be D-U-M-B.  

If God is divorced from your life, then you are divorced from the all Wise God. (Romans 16:27 “the only wise God”).


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WHO DO YOU OWE?

Listen to this quote from Albert Einstein. 

“A hundred times a day I remind myself that my life depends on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received”

 

 

This is so true.  I am who I am today from the investment of so many great and godly people in my life.  

People who never build relationships or reach out for those who have “more journey than you” , never experience the joy of investment.

Do you know how much time, money and pain I have saved by listening to those who are much wiser than I am.  

“More journey than me” means they are older, wiser, and way more experienced with God, others and life.

Those who are further down the road than I am , know the potholes, the construction zones, the bad exits, and all the spots that have great sight seeing.  I need those alive and dead who are way further ahead than I am.  


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Marbles and a Saint

I was reading PSALM 90:12 

“So teach us to number our days,
That we may present to You a heart of wisdom.”
And my mind went back to 2 stories that I have heard.

Thousand marble3 Assisi Francis Fresco sermon to the birds

This verse reminds me of an incredible article that I read recently online.

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