Pardon me

March 10, 2008

Get wisdom, get understanding; do not forget my words or swerve from them. Do not forsake wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding. Esteem her, and she will exalt you; embrace her and she will honor you. She will set a garland of grace on your head and present you with a crown of splendor. Proverbs 4: 5-9

“Thought it cost all you have, get understanding”, throughout the whole verse that line spoke to me the most. Understanding can be the hardest thing to get to, we all want to be wise, we all want to be graced with honor and splendor. However, in order to reach such a level, we must gather understanding of our life’s experiences and actions so that we can be wise enough to make some of the same choices and improve on them to keep the good in our life. Furthermore, we must remember what did not work, hopefully grasp an understanding of why it didn’t work and move away from those types of actions.

My brother and I were talking yesterday and he reminded me that God answers our prayers in three ways. Yes, No, and I have something  better for you! Those I have something better for you answers are the toughest to deal with, because you may be praying specifically, so what you “need” is all you know. But you have to have faith that he knows more and when the time is right will provide for you what is right for you. Be safe and have a blessed day, let’s get wisdom, get understanding and most of all lets live in peace. Peace and Grace be unto you!

The world is more malleable than you think and its waiting for you to hammer it into shape!


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