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Verse of the Day (October 10, 2019)

Verse of the Day (October 10, 2019) – (20) One’s wisdom is constituted of what one gains on his own and of what others seek to share. The more one has, the more apt he is to listen to what others would impart to him, and the less wisdom one has, the less apt he is to regard the good advice of others. “Pulpit Commentary”: “Wisdom gathered and digested in youth is seen in the prudence and intelligence of manhood and of old age.” (21) It is not what man wants that always comes to pass but what God decrees (or allows). See Psa 33:10-11; Pro 16:1-2; Isa 14:26-27; Isa 46:10; Heb 6:17. God “worketh all things after the counsel of his will” (Eph 1:11). Men in a human council meeting thought they could stop Christianity (Act 4:17), but they passed away, and the Word of God is still living, active, and powerful. Herod of Acts 12 took up against the church, killed James, and intended to kill Peter, but before the chapter was ended, he was dead, and in contrast to him Act 12:24 says, “But the word of God grew and multiplied.” (College Press Bible Study) #BMSeminary


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