Three Faces of Wisdom…

The greater my wisdom, the greater my grief. To increase knowledge only increases sorrow. (Ecc. 1:18)

The wisdom I assume from the lessons I have stumbled upon has quite the pull on the direction I am heading. It is an appearance that requires a gentle touch and a humble heart. I attribute my altered perspective for my newfound outlook on my dear Angel Girl. It is she that has brought my intimate relationship with God to the forefront and has given me a trickle of purpose since her passing.

My Angel Girl now has what I have come to refer to as ascended wisdom. My altered perspective is just a flicker compared to her vast view of the truth that is. She now knows a truth that is not within our grasp as we journey along this human experience. She is at peace and peers down knowing that our earthly struggles are just an illusion poured upon us by deception. Unlike us, she now knows the simplicity of trusting solely in God.

God’s Divine wisdom is constant and pure. It is not in my ability to comprehend the depth or scope of His capacity. I can only imagine, which, in itself places limits on Him. This alone gives cause for us to purpose our life in Him through all we do. His love and Divine wisdom yearn for us to submit to an intimate relationship with him as we walk this earthly journey. It is why we are here.

The sorrow brought upon us by relying on our own wisdom rather than the Divine wisdom of God beckons us to a cherished bond with our creator. We soon realize that our previous assumed wisdom is an act of self-grandeur, which does nothing but bring separation between God and us.

I pray that God’s Divine wisdom speaks to me as I walk this journey, and I realize the simplicity of trusting His will for me as I know it will strengthen my relationship with Him.

May God bless you and give you Grace.

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About Michael Cartwright

Follower of Christ Jesus! I am a person of patience, compassion and understanding. I have been married to my wonderful wife Stephanie since 1990. We have 3 children Dalton, Dylan and my late daughter Angelica (My Angel Girl) who ascended to the heavens on June 29, 2010. She continues to teach me many great lessons.
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3 Responses to Three Faces of Wisdom…

  1. >Very touching post Michael but equally pertinent to our daily walk. When it comes to widsom we definitely have to blur the landscape and keep our eyes on Him. Eternity is so refreshing for those who are His – Bless you brother – praying for your heart and thanking Him for your words of wisdom.

  2. Ella says:

    >A very moving and eloquent post. I agree that it is in no human's ability to "understand the depth or scope of His capacity." We must after all move out on faith, since try as we might, outstretched to grasp His magnificence, we will barely touch the hem of the unfathomable.

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