…That no flesh should glory in his presence. But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption – 1 Corinthians 1:29-30

Just as Christ is your life (Colossians 3:4), and also your righteousness, sanctification, and riddance (redemption), He’s also your wisdom. Christ being your wisdom means you’re the embodiment of all wisdom and knowledge, for the Bible says in Him are deposited all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge (Colossians 2:3), and He lives in you.

There’re people who are always miles apart from wisdom; when they talk or act, wisdom is never seen or heard. They have the wrong mindset, and therefore reason foolishly, because wisdom eludes them; but that’s not you. Christ has been made unto you wisdom. Your role is to respond to God’s Word by declaring, “Christ is my wisdom; I’m excellent, and I do excellent things.” Someone may hear you talk that way and think you’re proud and boastful, but you’re not; rather, you’re establishing the truth about who you are in Christ.

You don’t get wisdom in the classroom or laboratory; it’s not in age either; it comes from God; true wisdom is of the Spirit. Being in Christ and Christ in you, you have access to divine wisdom. Therefore, that controlling force to always be in the center of God’s will, and have insight into the realities of the Kingdom is at work in your life. That force of wisdom controls your thoughts and actions and causes everything you do to turn out excellently.

Recognize and acknowledge that you’re full of the wisdom of God. Now and again, consciously declare that the wisdom of God in your heart and in your mouth is seen and heard!

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Confession (Faith’s Proclamation)

Christ is my wisdom; therefore, I have an excellent spirit. I think differently, because God’s Word has moulded my thinking and given me the mindset of the righteous. Divine wisdom is heard in my words, and seen in my actions today! I function in God’s perfect will and have insight into the realities of the Kingdom. Halleluiah!

Further Study: 1 Corinthians 2:12-13; James 3:13

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