Dear Readers of Country Squire Magazine, I trust that You and Your families are well and happy; that you have managed to relax at some point over this busy and stressful month.
Wisdom is one of those qualities that is difficult to define – because it encompasses so much – but which people generally recognise when they encounter it. What does the dictionary say about it? Wisdom, sapience, or sagacity is the ability to think and act using knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense and insight.
I see people making horrible choices all the time. They are often led into those choices so they have some kind of mitigation on their side. Still, why is wisdom so far away for so many of us? Why don’t we let the Holy Spirit into our lives more, ponder a brief while, and make informed decisions, which are undoubtedly wise?
There are mean people out there. Bad is the only way I can describe certain people. There are people out there who are violent, hateful, perverted, nasty, and blasphemous in their actions. Please pray that they will repent and start following God.
When I need to make a decision I go inside the church when it is quiet and I ask for assistance. How will the mean find such inspiration? When will their Scrooge moment occur? We can only pray for them. That their pride will come before a humbling fall. Let us hope their Damscene conversion occurs at some point soon:
Read more: A Prayer for the Mean