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Sunrise on Temple Mount in Jerusalem; Back to Previous Devotion

July 2 - Evening

"“I, wisdom, dwell together with prudence;
I possess knowledge and discretion.
To fear the Lord is to hate evil;
I hate pride and arrogance,
evil behavior and perverse speech.
Counsel and sound judgment are mine;
I have insight, I have power.

By me kings reign
and rulers issue decrees that are just;
by me princes govern,
and nobles—all who rule on earth."

- Proverbs 8:12-16

Sunset on the Sea of Galilee; Click to go to next devotion  
Wisdom Brings Prudence, Knowledge and Discretion to Your Game    

Wisdom claims to:

  1. dwell with prudence (sensible behavior as in 1:4 and 8:5)
  2. possess knowledge (factual information that aligns with reality)
  3. possess discretion (execution of plans that have been thought through)

Wisdom’s capacity to lead a man in an intelligent life of safety and profitable production with sensible actions and the successful execution of well laid plans is in contrast to the aimless life tossed about by emotions, situations and the results of reckless decisions.

Three things are indicators that wisdom is NOT in the house:

  • Evil – which is doing things the way they were not intended to be done by the creator.
  • Pride – which is the exaltation of the ability of self rather than honoring of realistic potential and responsibility
  • Perverse Speech – is the talk that comes from a man who is promoting his own evil and pride.

If evil is contrary to God and pride is placing self above God then perverse speech is the philosophy of evil and arrogance.

To rule successfully, as to do anything successfully, a man will need wisdom because wisdom will give him counsel, sound judgment, insight and power to accomplish his purpose.

  Christian Quote from Church History
"There are two principles
of atheism:
one - there is no God, and
two - I hate Him!"
Something to Ponder??

Roman roads still exist today. Mile marker stones still exist from 6 BC. The Roman road was nine to twelve feet wide and allowed two chariots to pass. Mile markers were placed to indicate distances, and eventually, maps were made that detailed routes, miles, towns, inns, mountains and rivers. During construction a trench was dug six to nine feet deep to form the road bed. Lime or sand was placed in this trench to create a level base. Four to five inch diameter stones were laid twelve to twenty-four inches deep. Then came nine to twelve inches of concrete. Several layers of rolled concrete covered this at the depth of twelve inches on the sides and eighteen inches in the middle to crown the road for drainage. The final layer was made up of blocks of stone six inches or more, fitted together in the final layer of wet concrete.

Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information

Eupeithes (Gr) – open to reason (Eng) – the Greek word eupeithes appears only one time in the NT. Eupeithes is used by James in James 3:17. Eupeithes is used by Plato to identify a person
who obeys the laws. Josephus describes disciplined troops with eupeithes.

But, eupeithes does not mean blind obedience to commanding orders, because Philo uses eupeithes when he says,
“press people gently if they are eupeitheis, roughly if they are stubborn.”

Plutarch writing in the days of the apostles and the early church used eupeitheis in this way:
“He showed such eupeithes and tolerance that is was never fear but his
own honor that made him carry out orders.”

At the same time Epictetus said that a wise person who is in discussion
“acts like a brother respectful to others opinions, characterized by eupeithes, goodwill in speech.”

A note concerning a Roman edict from 49 AD reads:
“I am forwarding to you a copy of the letter from the lord prefect with the attached edict,
so that when you have seen it you may eupeithes to it.”

The word eupeithes that was used by James in 45 AD means not blind obedience or strict adherence to the law, but “open to reason” and “willing to be persuaded. Eupeithes is a willingness to accept logical suggestions and conform willingly to reasonable expectations. This meaning makes sense since “wisdom that comes from heaven is not illogical and blindly obedient, but eupeithes.

 “The wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive (eupeithes), full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere.” James 3:17


(PART TWO) Archaeologists from Harvard excavated Samaria, the ancient capital of Israel. This excavation revealed the remains of a palace ... dated from the time of Ahab’s “Ivory Palace” mentioned in 1 Kings 22:37-39 and Amos 3:13-15....

One of the rooms of the palace stored objects of ivory and stone including small boxes, vials and containers. Some of the objects had been used for cosmetics and contained   small holes to hold substances such as kohl (used for black), turquoise (obviously, for green) and ochre (for red). There was a depression in the center of one of the cosmetic boxes to draw colors out of the smaller holes for mixing. 2 Kings 9:30 makes it clear that this is what Jezebel was doing in Jezreel the day she died.
(Details HERE,

Confession to Action   Facts and Information

I will use factual information and think thoroughly through my plans before I act or make decisions. I will execute my plans successfully and behave sensibly.

  "Wisdom will save you from...(men) whose paths are crooked and who are devious in their ways."
- Proverbs 2:12,15
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Read one chapter each day to read through the narrative portion (or, the story line) of the whole Bible Genesis-Acts in one year. Read the General Text of the Bible Read the Complete Text of the Bible in a Year
(morning only) Jeremiah 17 2 Kings 3-4
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Photo of Jerusalem; Pictures of Israel Bible Map and Diagram
A Roman aqueduct at Caesarea

Sin of the Amorites, chart, diagram, Genesis 15:16

The fulfillment of the Sin of the Amorites predicted to
Abraham in Genesis 15:16 and the four generation
cycle. From Galyn's book
"Hope For America's Last Generation"

(Book details here. Download book here.)

A Roman aqueduct at Caesarea used to supply fresh water to the New Testament city and to Herod's swimming pool in his palace on the Mediterranean Sea. (More details here and here.)  
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