There was a little city with few men in it, and a great king came against it and besieged it, building great siegeworks against it. But there was found in it a poor, wise man, and he by his wisdom delivered the city (Ecclesiastes 9:14-15).
Wisdom is better than might.
God said to Solomon, “What do you want? Ask, and I will give it to you (1 Kings 3:5).“
The Lord was pleased that Solomon had asked for wisdom (1 Kings 3:10) so He made him wiser than any other man (1 Kings 4:31).
Jesus said to us, “You can ask for anything in my name, and I will do it (John 14:13).“
Find out what pleases the Lord and make your requests accordingly. If you need wisdom, ask our generous God, and he will give it to you (James 1:5).
You can pray for wisdom for yourself or for another.
If you need wisdom, ask our generous God and he will give it to you (James 1:5).
We always pray for you asking God to give you spiritual wisdom and understanding (from Colossians 1:3-9).
Wisdom . . . belongs to God (Revelation 7:12).
That’s why we can ask for it. He has it to give.
I’ve been in lots of new situations lately. I don’t always know what to do.
Today I read “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 (James 1:5).”
Today I asked for wisdom.
Today I watched an expert in action. God gave me wisdom, through her.