James 3:13-14 Humble Wisdom

James 3:13-14

13 Who among you is wise and understanding? Let him show by his good behavior his deeds in the gentleness of wisdom. 14 But if you have bitter jealousy and selfish ambition in your heart, do not be arrogant and so lie against the truth.

When it comes to recognizing someone for their wisdom it comes from their behavior and actions. Most of us know that the world of science tries to discredit the word of God. The number of scientists who  don’t believe in YHWH (Yahweh) as the God of creation outnumber those who do. Albert Einstein was raised a Jew, but believed in intelligent design, but could not believe in a God who wants a personal relationship with His creation. As a result of Einstein’s belief, he couldn’t have a close relationship with anyone other than taking pride in his personal wisdom. Charles Dawin the scientist who  came up with the theory of evolution was once a believer of God, but couldn’t understand how God allowed evil to happen and almost blamed him for it. Stephen Hawking simply said there is no God, creator of the universe and he is atheist. Sir Isaac Newton uses science to prove God is real and the creator of the universe. The Bible was his text book, he wrote many writings, his study of that stars of the universe and how every works in such nice selected order, the only Lord Yehwah could all scripture say. Unlike Einstein, Dawin, and Hawking, Newton theories and discovery of the world of science still study and use, like his study of the law of motion. The apple tree Sir Isaac Newton sat under that which the apple fell on his head and he came up with laws of gravity, is still alive and producing apples. Newton and Hawkings are considered two of the most intelligent scientists ever, but Newton is probably remembered as being more humble. Let them see your wisdom comes from the Lord God you serve. God bless you all, the Lord Jesus loves you and so do I. Samuel H

Job 38:36 Who has put wisdom in the innermost being, or given understanding to the mind? 37 Who can count the clouds by wisdom, And pour out the water jars of the heavens,


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