As Christians, how can we expect to fear the Lord and grow in knowledge when we want to live our lives the way we want to and aren’t willing to submit to HIS will for our lives. We are saying to Him that I just don’t want to understand Your ways and I think that I can do better. If we are living our lives this way, we are nothing but fools, but I do it all the time!
Lord, I pray that you would help me and others to live our lives in such a way that we would not be fools with our lives. I pray that we would be willing to submit ourselves to you and understand Your ways.
A fool hath no delight in understanding, but that his heart may discover itself.
Time after time the book of Proverbs has given us characteristics of a fool:
- Fools despise wisdom & instruction (Proverbs 1:7)
- Fools hate knowledge (Proverbs 1:22)
- Fools slander (Proverbs 10:18)
- Fools cause mischief (Proverbs 10:23)
- Fools are deceitful (Proverbs 14:8)
Our verse today adds one more characteristics – a fool is someone who does not want to understand.
I knew a guy in college that was never wrong, even when he was wrong. He did not want to even consider the possibility of being wrong. He knew everything and had the answer to ever question that has ever been asked.
You know the type of person that I am talking about! They have no interest in hearing the truth but are speaking to hear themselves talk and to show others just how much they…
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Believe it or not, Jason, I didn’t even know you had a blog! I just subscribed 🙂
Thanks for subscribing. I have not done much blogging lately but trying to get back into it. Hope you guys are doing well.