Wednesday, June 15, 2016

WISDOM APPLICATION 1

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Proverbs 15:20
A wise child brings joy to his father, but a foolish person despises his mother. [NET]

Dayo was sent to learn to be an auto mechanic. His master in the trade was not as educated as he was, but he was very skilled. Dayo applied all his heart to the trade and became excellent in a very short while. His father in the trade was glad to see how fast he was learning. But there came a time that Dayo became even more skilled than his master. He would know what to do when they are challenged with very difficult situations that even his father in trade couldn’t solve. But Dayo was a wise young man. He continued to treat his master with even more respect, and he made it clear to everyone that he knows all he knows because his master chose to show all he knows. Dayo was a continual source of Joy to his master until it was time for him to leave to start up his own workshop. His master was quite sad because he was losing his most skilled and most trusted son in the trade. He blessed Dayo with all his heart and released him to go into the world to prosper in the trade. That was exactly what Dayo did.

Today’s Bible text looks most appropriate for the family setting, but it is equally applicable in instances such as the one mentioned above. One of the ways to know if you are wise is to check if you bring joy or sorrow to those who have helped you and contributed to making you who you are today.

As you go into today, remember that God has called us to be wise and not foolish, to be meek and not conceited.

Prayer: Ask the Lord to make you even more wise from today. Amen.
-Pastor SD Abraham

YBP: I Kings 10-13

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