Wisdom (Separate page)

       Quotations from the writings of Ellen G. White with the word . . .

                w i s d o m         (  24  RELATED  PHRASES )                          

                       The  word  'Wisdom'  appears  10,071  times in the published writings of EGW          See page on Original site

         +     Wisdom and spiritual . . .   40 )   >  . . . understanding    
                                                                         >    All Wisdom and Spiritual Understanding
                              ►   . . . influences      >  . . . discernment          >  . . . efficency   

         +     Human Wisdom     ( 470 )      >  

         +     Man's  wisdom     ( 96 )

         +    True  Wisdom    ( 86 )

         +    Worldly  Wisdom   (  )      +      Wisdom of the World   (  )       >  

 

                                                                                      God's    Wisdom                                                                                    

          +     Author of Wisdom   (  )

          +     Divine Wisdom    ( 239 )       >      Wisdom which is divine   ( 4 )

          +     Wisdom of God     (  )      ►     Comprehend the wisdom of God   (  )

          +     Wisdom of the Lord   (  )   

          +     His  Wisdom     ( 654 )        >     In His Wisdom the Lord  . . .
          +     Infinite Wisdom   ( 182 )      >
             

          +    Wisdom of the Divine Teacher     ( 3 )

          +     Wisdom from God    ( 143 )     >    obtain wisdom from God   ( 3 )

       . . .  of  wisdom

             Lack of Wisdom   ( 64 )      >    great lack of wisdom

             Source  of  Wisdom   ( 68 )   >   great source of wisdom   >   Source of true wisdom  (  )

 

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  But if the dead are already enjoying the bliss of heaven or writhing in the flames of hell, what need of a future judgment? The teachings of God's word on these important points are neither obscure nor contradictory; they may be understood by common minds. But what candid mind can see either wisdom or justice in the current theory? Will the righteous, after the investigation of their cases at the judgment, receive the commendation, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant: . . . enter thou into the joy of thy Lord," Matthew 25: 21. when they have been dwelling in His presence, perhaps for long ages? Are the wicked summoned from the place of torment to receive sentence from the Judge of all the earth: "Depart from  Me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire"? Matthew 25: 41. Oh, solemn mockery! shameful impeachment of the wisdom and justice of God!  Great Controversy, page 549.1  Read entire chapter 33
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Often the result of such a course is a disproportionate development of the faculties. The student does not understand the weak points of his character; he does not realize his own deficiencies. By depending on others he loses an experience of practical life that it will be difficult for him to recover. He does not learn self-reliance. He does not learn how to exercise faith. True faith will enable the soul to rise out of an imperfect, undeveloped state and understand what true wisdom is. If students will develop brain, bone, and muscle harmoniously, they will be better able to study and better qualified to cope with the realities of life. But if they follow their own erroneous ideas as to what constitutes education, they will not become self-made, all-round men and women.  6T 218.1

 

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