Today take some time to reflect on areas of your life where You need more wisdom from God for example, your marriage, finances, parenting, relationships, decisions current and upcoming, or vocation, are just a few examples to get you started. It may be helpful to reflect on what it would look like in your life to view God as a source of wisdom for your life.
James 1:5: And if anyone longs to be wise, ask God for wisdom and He will give it! He won’t see your lack of wisdom as an opportunity to scold you over your failures but He will overwhelm your failures with His generous grace.
Father, I love the simplicity of today’s reading that guides me to just ask for wisdom, and You will give it to me. I recognize that You are the only true source of wisdom. Today I ask for Your wisdom in every area of my life. There are so many things I need wisdom in, and I love that I know when I ask, You will give it. Thank You for not looking down on me for not always knowing what to do or my moments of failure. Thank You for Your grace as You continue to pour out wisdom.
The book of Proverbs in The Bible contains sayings and riddles featuring wisdom, applied knowledge that helps every person develop practical skills to
live well in God’s world. Consider taking the Proverbs challenge either in parallel to the 21 days of prayer of after. You can use this link to get started: https://my.bible.com/en-GB/reading-plans/149-proverbs