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More information“Wisdom Principles” is Part Two of Faith According to Jesus Christ: How to Grow
in the True Knowledge of Our Lord and Savior and deals with the Principles of
Wisdom and Faith revealed by King Solomon. This second Part is tabulated and will
help anyone to understand the right attitude to have when facing any challenges in
life. Mastering the Principles of Wisdom and Faith will open for you the door of
heaven, you will become a genuine son of God, no need to mourn anymore, and you
will never be the same again. You will get Wisdom not human wisdom, but the
Wisdom of Jesus Christ, Wisdom and insight he gave to Solomon the great King.
Getting. Wisdom and insight is the first step to receive happiness, joy, peace, honor,
protection, prosperity, riches, success, etc.
But you will never get God’s Wisdom if you cannot figure out the key
difference between wisdom and foolishness according to the Word of God.
So keep always in mind what is below if you want to benefit from your
reading or listening of this book.
The first “key” to reading the Bible is simply knowing the difference between
wisdom and foolishness. In speaking of wisdom, Proverbs 1:7 says: “The fear of the
lord is a beginning of knowledge But fools despise wisdom and instruction;” and
Psalm 111:10 adds: “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom; A good
understanding have all those who do his commandments. his praise endures forever.”
So doing God’s Word (which we know is the same as being righteous) is the principal
factor of good understanding. this means that if we want to increase our
understanding of any truth found in the Bible we must act upon it. in John 17:17, we
find this definition of truth from Jesus: “sanctify them by Your truth, your word is
truth.” In other words, truth is the Word of God—wisdom.
God commands our heart to keep his commandments and to regulate our life
with his Word. This is wisdom. But we learn from Proverbs 3:5–7 that it is
foolishness to “lean on your own understanding” or to consider yourself “