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Sunday, January 20, 2008

SUNDAY SERMON ON THE BLOG – SPIRITUAL WISDOM.

If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. - James 1:5.

Wisdom is that elusive quality we respect in others, and find so difficult to develop in ourselves. Yet God promises it to those who really ask.

But remember the secret of ASKing -- asking, seeking, and knocking. Or better yet, check out Proverbs 2. Wisdom is ours only if we seek it above all other possessions, and value it above all other diversions.

God longs to impart it, but there is something about Spiritual wisdom that demands we value it before we can receive it.

Loving Heavenly Father, you are the giver of all good gifts; please bless me with wisdom throughout my remaining life, and especially today. Let me reflect your will, and live for your glory, in all my decisions. Let the Holy Spirit guide my heart as I make my choices, and seek to have Him lead me in your ways. I confess, Father, that I cannot guide my own steps without your help, so grant me wisdom for each day. I ask this in the wonderful name of Jesus. Amen.

Be encouraged.
GBYAY

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