Brothers and Sisters,The more I read the book of Wisdom the more I desire to be endowed with Wisdom, as well as a double dose of humility. Although Solomon was the wisest man ever he didn’t have a great finish in life. Therefore I believe if we remain truly humbled as Moses we would also treat Wisdom with the respect she deserves. She brings clarity in to midst of confusion and tells you about your true self. There is no closer relationship than to have someone love you enough to give you your truth and still stand with and for you.
God Bless You,
Apostle Brenda D. Cooper
“But if the mind is to be served, who, of all that exists, is a greater artisan than she? And if anyone loves justice, her labors hold great virtues; for she teaches temperance and prudence, justice and virtue, and nothing is more useful in human life. And if one desires a multitude of knowledge, she knows the past and forecasts the future; she knows the subtleties of conversation and the response to arguments; she understands the signs and portents, before the events take place, events both of the present time and of future ages. Therefore, I resolved to take her to me to live together, knowing that she will be a good counselor and will console my thoughts and my weariness. Because of her, I have clarity in the midst of confusion, and honor among the elders in my youth;”
Wisdom 8:6-10 CPDV