DATE: Wednesday, 30 December 2015


Bible Reading:

“Howbeit we speak wisdom among them that are perfect; yet not the wisdom of this world, nor of the princes of this world [. . .]”

1 Corinthians 2:7 (KJV)

The Psalmist said “I have seen an end of all perfection” (Psalm 119:96). The best of men are still men. They have their limitations. When you depend on man’s wisdom, you will go nowhere; at best it will only limit you.

But hear Brother Paul; “howbeit we speak wisdom among them that are perfect; yet not the wisdom of this world nor of the Princes that cometh to nought…” You see that? Wisdom is that which God has given to the believer that distinguishes us from the world. This wisdom sets us apart among equals.

When a believer opens his mouth to speak in line with the word of God, he is speaking divine wisdom and it overrules all earthly wisdom. The earthly wisdom is already dethroned. The Bible says that we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery. Notice that the scripture says that this wisdom is hidden. Yes, God hides it from the enemy but opens it up for us.

This wisdom was ordained for our glory and not our shame. Therefore, I rebuke everything that brings shame to you. Child of God you must understand that you are not called for shame but for His Glory. Anything that the enemy brings against you to molest you and cause shame, today I rebuke it in Jesus Name. As this year draws to a close, I encourage you to take time to pray for the wisdom of God; the wisdom to navigate the issues of 2016. Every year is peculiar, and every year has in it divine opportunities. So don’t take it as just another year, seek the face of God and ask God for the wisdom to make the right decision at the right time so that you can get the right results. Solomon went to God with an offering beyond words and God gave him a blank cheque – ask anything, but the man knew better, he asked God for wisdom.

Today, I pray a release of divine wisdom over your life in Jesus’ name.

Further reading: 

Romans 4:16-25, 1 Corinthians 2:1-16


Daily Bible reading:

Morning- Zechariah 13-14,

Evening-Revelation 21


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