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If You’ve Got It – Use It

A “wake up” article from here:

In this week’s Torah portion, God gives the specifications on how the High Priest’s clothing is to be made. Since this entire process requires very precise work, God wanted the clothing to be made by:

“…the wise-hearted people whom I have invested with… wisdom.” (Exodus 28:3)

A LIFE LESSON

God wanted those individuals whom He “invested with … wisdom” to be the ones in charge of making the High Priest’s clothing. What does it mean that God invested wisdom? It means exactly what is meant by any other investment – a return on the investment isn’t merely hoped for, but expected. God makes an investment in each and every one of us when He gives each of us a unique and special talent. Would you put all your money into a bank whose policy was never to pay any interest on the accounts? Of course not.

Universally, every person born to caring parents has heard that he is “unique in your own way.” As children, Continue reading

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We All Have Some Wisdom

My belief is that everyone has a measure of wisdom.

Especially those who are 40+.

We’ve had experiences…gone through ups and downs…been there and done that. 🙂

So please…please, don’t hide your wisdom away.  Please don’t think you have nothing to offer a young person.

They need us.  If we hold back our wisdom, we are being selfish.  We can help others not make some mistakes we’ve made.

Please don’t think so poorly of yourself that you keep your mouth closed.  You and your wisdom are valuable to others.

“Wisdom is with aged men, And with length of days, understanding.”  Job 12:12

“Have you heard the counsel of God? Do you limit wisdom to yourself?” Job 15:8

“I said, ‘Age should speak, And multitude of years should teach wisdom.'” Job 32:7

“My mouth shall speak wisdom, And the meditation of my heart shall give understand.” Psalms 49:3

“Through wisdom a house is built, And by understanding it is established;” Proverbs 24:3

“If the ax is dull, And one does not sharpen the edge, Then he must use more strength; But wisdom brings success.” Ecclesiastes 10:10.