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Beyond our full and fast paced lives, at the end of all things, the wisest thing we can hope to know is that God waits patiently for us.
For a season, bad people may appear to get away with their wicked schemes, but in the midst of those horrendous times, God reveals sufficient wisdom to destroy the chains that bind us to ignorance and fear.
The further one pursues wisdom, the more one understands the eternal value of honesty and humility that wisdom reveals, because apart from God’s forgiveness, only a fool claims to be righteous on their own.
Choose wisely between wisdom versus wealth. Wealth comes fraught with risks, wisdom overcomes all risks. Final thought: Only one can master the other. Choose wisely.
Madness of man’s desire to possess wisdom and knowledge: The more we think we know, the more we understand how much we actually don’t know. Absolute wisdom and knowledge only rests with the Author and Creator of it.
Who’s the fool now? The elusive wind will always remain just beyond our grasp and serves only to stir dreams and make fools out of those who pursue it outside of our dreams.
There are many people in this world that you may know who are like the mad man or fool; they walk through life at a brisker and riskier pace, throwing caution to the wind. They believe they are invincible, only to discover after it is too late that such a reckless lifestyle eventually comes at a price. So, why do we espouse that life is too boring and mundane without some inherent risk?
Yet, when we fail to check with the Creator along the way, our eyes and ears become preoccupied with the prospects of the new, the uncharted paths, which may be perceived as new to us, but is not new to God. It is a simple fact we too often ignore – Nothing new can be created outside the will, ways and wisdom of our Creator God.
There are far too many things God has chosen to place a limit upon, because where there are no limits, eternity resides. It is not ours to understand the mind of the Creator, but to accept the limits of our own mind in this life.
Retreating from the harsh pace and realities of the world, engaging in recreational leisure offers far more lasting benefits than hoisting a bottle of wine or mug of beer or popping pills. And, the aftereffects are far less harmful to your mind and body.