We all need wisdom

He was one of the most anointed and closest individuals to God that ever lived however he still needed wisdom. Moses was not just a prophet. He was a prophet of prophets who had an uncommon grace.  See a basic synopsis of his credential as described by God. “With him I speak face to face, clearly and not in riddles; he sees the form of the LORD” However this great prophet did not know how not to spend so much time and energy hearing the Hebrews’ complaints that he could not get to do other important work. Thankfully, God sent his father in law who gave him a wise advice to delegate most of his work to others and focus his efforts on jobs only he could do. Like Moses, we will always need more wisdom. So, how do we access more wisdom. First, we should accept God’s Word as truth and ensure to live our lives according to it. Two, we should ask God for wisdom to deal with life’s many problems. Three, we should depend on the Holy Spirit for insight. Four, we should be humble to accept wise advice from loved ones and last but not the least, we should surround ourselves with wise people. According to the book of Proverbs, “The one who walks with the wise will become wise.”

“In today’s new information society, brilliance or knowledge is not enough, wisdom is more valuable.” Tosin ‘Badeniyi