Knowledge is knowing that tomatoes are not fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to use them in a fruit salad.
There are many people with a head full of knowledge. That is important and helpful. But it is not wisdom.
Wisdom has to do with discretion about how to use what you know.
We had a saying in seminary. You see some who make straight A’s. Then you hear them “try” to preach. “He couldn’t preach his way out of a wet paper bag.”
It was sad. They knew every thing about homiletic devices, but they did not know how to deliver a sermon.
I see today many healers who know a lot about healing doings. But they are limited in their results because they do not have the wisdom to get past the knowing-doing thing and deliver the wisdom of healing being.
I guess that is way I am moved to be a coach.
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