Saturday, January 13, 2018
Wisdom and knowledge are related but not synonymous. The dictionary defines wisdom as “the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting.” Knowledge, on the other hand, is defined as “information gained through experience, reasoning, or acquaintance.” Knowledge can exist without wisdom, but wisdom cannot exist without knowledge. One can be knowledgeable without being wise. Knowledge is knowing how to use a gun; wisdom is knowing when to use it and when to keep it holstered.
We are living in the Information Age, drowning in tsunamis of knowledge-claims. What’s missing is wisdom! The Wisdom of the Beginnings is recorded in the opening chapters of Genesis. It is packed with Time-Tested Values, Principles & Insights that give those who understand them distinct advantages in making successful decisions for living today – and it’s free! Got to -- http://www.tovcenter.org/wisdom.html