February 9th Bible Reading

wisdom1Exodus 29:1-30:10, Matthew 26:14-46, Psalm 31:19-24, Proverbs 8:14-2

We look at all creation and should be in awe. It is amazing to see how everything works so beautifully together. But even before all of this was created, God first created wisdom. This passage in Proverbs is a continuation of “Wisdom’s” autobiography that began yesterday. Solomon becomes the ghostwriter for Wisdom itself. Today we got to read the bulk of Wisdom’s story. It reads a little like a personal ad might read. If Wisdom was on eHarmony, this passage is what would be there. It lists Wisdom’s personal attributes, likes, accomplishments and brief personal history. The point is Wisdom wants to be found (“those who seek me find me”). Wisdom wants you to know its attributes and recognize it when you see it. Wisdom wants to be a part of your life. In the truest sense of the word, Wisdom is our soulmate. (Soul being defined as our mind, will and emotions.) When we make wisdom part of our lives, our soul gets the guidance that we need and it leads us to the life that God has created for us and that we so long to live. Pursue wisdom. You won’t regret it.

Brandon Clark

Ex 29:1-30:10, Mat 26:14-46, Psalm 31:19-24, Prov 8:14-26

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