“Don’t expect wisdom to come into your life like great chunks of rock on a conveyor belt.
It isn’t like that.
It’s not splashy and bold . . . nor is it dispensed like a prescription across a counter.
Wisdom comes privately from God as a by-product of right decisions, godly reactions, and the application of scriptural principles to daily circumstances.
Wisdom comes, for example, not from seeking after a ministry . . . but more from anticipating the fruit of a disciplined life. Not from trying to do great things for God . . . but more from being faithful to the small, obscure tasks few people ever see.”