PRUDENT, NOT SIMPLE

PRUDENT, NOT SIMPLE

Proverbs 14:15: The simple believeth every word, but the prudent man looketh well to his going.

Meditation: The Hebrew word for “simple” doesn’t refer to a person with an intellectual deficit but one who is easily persuaded, gullible, naive, while a prudent man is one who is cautious or sensible. It behooves every person who claims the name of Christ to be prudent in this day and age where we are bombarded with every kind of falsity through a myriad of means. We must maintain a testimony for the unsaved to see that as Christians, we are not undiscerning when it comes to the issues we face in life. The current state of affairs has the world looking at Christians as mostly uneducated back woods snake handlers (read the news) who have a disdain for science. Let them see us as those who embrace science because we know the One who set the stars in place!

Prayer: Thank you Lord for your liberality in dispensing Heavenly Wisdom! Help each of us to employ it in all we do and say, in your name. Amen.

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