Our Daily Bread — Where Can Wisdom Be Found?

Daily Words of Wisdom

“Our Daily Bread” provides daily devotions and Biblical truths on how to live your life each day regardless of the difficulties, matter of factly, much of it is meant to teach you how to cope with your challenges through God’s never ending grace and wisdom.

Be sure to read each day and reference those scriptural verses that can make or break your day. Just before going off to work is great. No time? Check it out at work during lunch if you can find access to a computer, as it can change your day as well.

Daily Devotions, News and Information

Our Daily Bread

James 3:13-17

If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God. —James 1:5

Wisdom is the beauty of holiness. James says wisdom is reasonable; flexible; forgiving; peaceful; caring; given to friendly visits, small acts of courtesy, and kind words. It is humble, transparent, simple, gentle, and gracious to the core (James 3:17).

Where can wisdom be found? It comes from heaven (1:5). “Wisdom,” wrote Charles Spurgeon, “is a beauty of life that can only be produced by God’s workmanship in us.”

It’s good to ask from time to time: “Am I growing in wisdom?” After all, life is relentlessly dynamic. We’re either growing sweeter and wiser as the days go by, or we’re growing into foolish or even sour-faced curmudgeons. Into what are we growing?

It’s never too late to begin growing in wisdom. God loves us with an ardent, intense affection that can deliver us from our…

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About cttbbelliott

I am a married 60 year old woman with four adult children and nearly 12 grandchildren who all live in the southwest U.S. I have lived with the chronic illnesses of CSF and Fibromyalgia for nine years. I am not able to work for a living. I live on the prairie and love God. My Christianity is most important in my life.
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