Message by : Bishop C Holla
1 Peter 2 vs 9.
4. Kings have visions.
Without vision, people perish. As a king, have a vision. You should be able to see the future. Where do you want to be in 5 years? A king will see things other people don’t see. Plan and set goals to achieve that vision.
5. Kings have wisdom. 2 Chronicles 1 vs 7-10
- Solomon understood that managing people is tough. Moses, the meekest man on earth failed to enter Canaan because of the people he was managing.
Proverbs 4 vs 5-9
- Wisdom is different from intelligence.
- Wisdom, knowledge and understanding are used interchangeably but they are different.
- Wisdom is how you use the knowledge that you have.
- You get knowledge by observing or studying.
- Wisdom is determined by the decisions you make.
- Wisdom is needed when you come at a crossroads and you need to know what to do in a situation.
- Wisdom is the principal thing. Wisdom can’t be stolen, silver and gold can be replaced if you’re wise.
- You don’t pray for knowledge, you learn and study. But you pray for wisdom.
- Wisdom sees far, it doesn’t wait for a crisis.
- Wisdom asks the question, “if this fails, what next?”
- Moses had a problem, Moses was doing everything alone. Wisdom was choosing 70 men to help him judge.