Gene's Daily Scriptural Postings

31 March 2022

Godly wisdom resonates with people's hearts. Wisdom is visible and it impacts people. The Bible says Solomon's wisdom took the Queen of Sheba's breath away. What's interesting is that the Bible doesn't say it was the profound things Solomon said to her like we read in the book of Proverbs. Instead the Bible illustrates Solomon's wisdom in that passage by talking about routine things in the everyday running of his palace. You don't need to be an oracle with profound sayings to impact people with the wisdom of God that's already in you waiting to be released. Instead that wisdom may be shown simply in the excellence in which you do your tasks at work, or the way you arrange your office, or how you interact with others. God's wisdom reflected in your everyday routine will impact those around you.

When the queen of Sheba observed Solomon’s wisdom and the house he had built and the meat of his table and the sitting of his servants and the attendance of his ministers and their clothing and his cupbearers and his entryway by which he went up to the house of the Lord, it took her breath away.— 1 Kings 10:4-5 (MEV)

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