There aren't many things in life that are guaranteed, but one thing that God has promised that if we seek wisdom we will find it. Many times we seek wisdom on something specific in a moment of crisis. For example, you get assigned to a project in a business area that's new to you. You scramble to get up to speed on that subject area while the project is launching. While there will always be a chance that you'll need to scramble for knowledge when something pops up, it's those that constantly survey the landscape and seek knowledge which are the most wise.
Many times we struggle to take the time away from the day to day to build our knowledge and contribute to wisdom. This applies to both the secular and sacred! We all know that to grow in God we need to know Him better, but it's so easy to let other things take over our time. As a leader we also need to grow our knowledge and competency to ensure we are building into our staff and those we influence. If we aren't growing in both the sacred and the secular, we will not be building into others out of the overflow of our heart.
The good news is, that wisdom is always available for those who diligently seek it and there is a never-ending supply. So the challenge for today is to schedule time to seek wisdom. Put it on the calendar, ask God to guide you in your journey to wisdom, stick to it and be a lifetime learner!
“I, wisdom, dwell with prudence, and I find knowledge and discretion. The fear of the Lord is hatred of evil. Pride and arrogance and the way of evil and perverted speech I hate I have counsel and sound wisdom; I have insight; I have strength.By me kings reign, and rulers decree what is just; by me princes rule, and nobles, all who govern justly. I love those who love me, and those who seek me diligently find me."Proverbs 8: 12-17
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