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Adam Griffith New Testament Literature Dr Christian March 27 2000 Wisdom According to the Bible What does it mean to have wisdom Some may say to be wise is to have enough knowledge and good judgment to make well thought out life decisions Wisdom is a common term mentioned throughout out the New Testament Epistles and the entire Bible The Bible has a lot to say about wisdom and knowledge It talks about ways to be wise and ways to be foolish Through out the Bible there seems to be different types of wisdom and it is described in different ways Analyzing all types of wisdom and knowledge will help us decide what the Bible means to be wise First let us look at what the Old Testament has to say about wisdom The book of Job says that wisdom can not be found on land or in the sea It can not be bought with silver or gold and its value is worth more than any precious stone Job says the fear of the Lord is the beginning wisdom and to depart and refrain from evil is to understand wisdom He also mentions that great men are not always wise and neither are the old in age Psalms tells kings to be wise by listening to instruction and fair with judgments He tells us wise men will obey Gods commandments Proverbs also tells us very much about wisdom It says that a wise man will hear and be educated Fearing the Lord is knowledge and a man of understanding will attain wise counsel A man that has found wisdom and understanding is one that is happy It tells us that the law of the wise is like a fountain of life Meaning that wise lawmakers celebrate life and are merciful and fair Lastly the wise will delight in rejoicing in God and all his creation What does the Old Testament say about those
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