The nature of Divine Wisdom is explained beautifully in the Holy Bible. “There is in her a spirit that is intelligent, holy, unique, manifold, subtle, mobile, clear, unpolluted, distinct, invulnerable, loving the good, keen, irresistible, beneficent, human, steadfast, sure, free from anxiety, all powerful, overseeing all and penetrating through all spirits, that are intelligent, pure and altogether subtle” (Wisdom 7:22-23)
People who live for the world would desire more worldly wisdom more education, more wealth, popular name and more and more of everything which the world can give. But Divine Wisdom does not come from any worldly books, it comes from the book of law that is “Holy Bible”. “Open my eyes, so that, I behold wondrous thing out of your law” (Psalm 119:18). Every word from this book is from the mouth of God. “For the Lord gives wisdom, from his mouth come knowledge and understanding” (Prov 2:6). “Wisdom is from the Lord and with him it remains forever” (Sir. 1:1)
We may have good education, good job and good money but if we do not have Divine Wisdom and fear of God it is as good as we lost everything. “To fear the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” (Sir 1:20). Divine Wisdom should go along with our day to day life, so we will be able to live a life which pleases to God. “Divine Wisdom save you from the way of evil” (Prov 12(a)). Divine Wisdom is more powerful than any other wisdom of the world and God loves those who lives with it. “God loves nothing so much as the person who lives with wisdom.” (Wis 7:28). It creates faith, fear of God, peace & happiness & also delivers us from sin. To hold her fast we should live the commandments of God. “She is the book of commandments of God, the law that endures forever. All who hold her fast will live, and those who forsake her will die” (Bar 4:1)
“Divine wisdom will not enter a deceitful soul or dwell in a body enslaved to sin” (Wis 1:4). So that we should be pure in our mind, heart and in all our works. The book of law “Holy Bible” is the treasure of love, teaches us to love one-another. It is a vast sea of forgiveness, help us to forgive others and attain forgiveness of our sins. It is a fullness of life, teaches us to live according to God’s will and gives us everlasting life. It is pages of consoling words, shows the right way in every problems.
Let us hear the word of God more and more, let us meditate it and change our lives from sin to salvation. It is very important to build our lives on “Divine Wisdom”, and live accordingly.
King Solomon prayed for wisdom and God granted him the wisdom. In the same way, let us pray to God and surely He will grant us, as it is the gift of God. “I prayed and understanding was give to me. I called on God and the spirit of Wisdom come to me.” (Wis 7:7)