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What does the Bible say about the topic of wisdom?

Wisdom Bible Verses

Bible Verses About Wisdom - Wisdom Bible verses unlock the keys to gaining wisdom in your Christian walk; therefore, as Christians we can gain knowledge through the study of God's word. Find out what the Lord has to say about gaining knowledge and wisdom in your life.

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  • Wisdom, in the ancient world, was a way of viewing and approaching life, instructing the young in proper conduct and morality, and answering questions about life's meaning...

  • The pursuit of wisdom and understanding can be a costly undertaking but it brings life. Let's plan to lavish our affections, our energy, our time, our desires, our wealth, and all of our resources in seeking after God and His Wisdom.

  • Nurturing and advancing a biblical worldview requires a great many things, but none more than the two things Solomon sought from the Lord.

  • We must be very careful in how we approach and implement these wise sayings. Simply because they are inspired does not mean that the biblical proverbs are like laws, imposing a universal obligation

  • If only you would be altogether silent! For you, that would be wisdom. (Job 13:5)

  • The subject matter of his ministry was not any of the liberal arts and sciences, or the philosophy and dry morality of the Gentiles, but salvation by a crucified Christ.

  • Stress and strife raise tension in our homes. The string can get mighty tight, and sometimes, it can snap

  • The gospel can be compared to one beggar telling another beggar where he found bread. There is nothing arrogant about that... is there?

  • Thousands of years ago the wisest, wealthiest, and most powerful man of his day compiled a book of pithy and practical insights for living well. Solomon’s timeless book of Proverbs provides nuggets of wisdom that are guaranteed to bring success in every area of life.

  • How do you respond when the hurt is real? When you feel that the walls are closing in?

  • From Genesis to Revelation, Scripture is packed with examples, stories, wisdom, and encouragement surrounding godly and ungodly examples of fear and anxiety.

  • Resisting the temptation to find life’s answers in food, drink, sex, shopping, or any other sensual pleasure requires soul-searching to find your substitute god and preparation to resist it.

  • Bam! Bible verse to the face (in a good, sweet way). The words “God is my helper” are astonishing. Think about them for a moment. They literally change every situation.

  • The real question is, will you follow the calling God has given you, or will you give up because of the opinions that surround you?

  • Christianity isn’t about how to be spiritual, achieve your goals or have your best life now. Christianity isn’t about philosophy. It’s not about talk. Christianity is about power.

  • Life is a process of seeking answers for the road ahead. But the real question is: "Where do I go to get the answers to those questions?"

  • Have you fenced your heart? Have you tried to stay inside of behavioral boundaries only to have climbed over them again and again?

  • No matter what you achieve, you can't be truly successful unless you develop strong character along the way.

  • Given all of the unexpected things that have happened and are happening in my life–in the life of our church–Packer’s lines are a great reminder that faith trusts God even when it cannot trace him.

  • Christians have been saved from sin; they should refrain from “kissing” the world.