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Biblical wisdom is not human wisdom.

Biblical wisdom causes me to be distrustful of my own wisdom to find happiness.  Biblical wisdom is believing that I have no wisdom worth leaning on, but that Jesus does.  Biblical wisdom causes me to ASK Jesus about everything, and THANK Jesus about everything just as it is, and everyone just as we are.  Biblical wisdom causes me to believe in the sovereignty of DaddyJesusSpirit.  Biblical wisdom causes me to be clueless-I-know-what’s-best.  Biblical wisdom = Jesus-dependency.  Biblical wisdom = humility.  Biblical wisdom = sanity.  Biblical wisdom causes me to forget all about myself and focus on others.  Biblical wisdom is impossible, apart from the convicting work of the Spirit.  So glory goes only to Jesus.

–ShepherdDave, chief of independents, who sometimes sees the problem, because of the Spirit’s fresh conviction of the sin of independence/pride/worldliness, so he’s momentarily DumbSheepDave, enjoying the bliss of Jesus-dependency, so the seculars around him might experience the humility and love of Jesus

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