Divine wisdom

Luke 4:15 : Starting from age 12, we see that Jesus did not leave His
wisdom behind when He came to earth. In this passage, those who hear
His teaching in the synagogue glorify Him because of it. However, we
can see that it is possible to glorify Jesus, but to do so only temporarily. He
was "glorified by all", but not for long.

His wisdom demonstrated that He is God. He could read the thoughts of
those who confronted him or derided him. He knew the future. But many of us are that hard
or rocky ground that He warns about, and we are forgetful — because we
do not spend time with Him and His word, being reminded daily of that
divine wisdom — or we allow ungodly things of this world to choke out
the truth of His infinite wisdom.

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