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The Reverence of the Lord is the Beginning of Wisdom

1. Proverbs 9:10 The fear (morally revere) of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, (skillful, have wisdom, wise, wit) And the knowledge (knowing, learning, discernment, insight, and notion) of the Holy One is understanding (comprehension, discernment, righteous action). (NKJV with Strong's Concordance & Word Study Dictionary)


2. Proverbs 111:10 The fear (morally revere) of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom (skillful, have wisdom, wise, wit); A good (well-pleasing, fruitful, morally correct, proper, convenient) understanding (intelligence; by implication success) have all those who do His commandments. His praise endures (stand, continue) forever. (NKJV with Strong's Concordance & Word Study Dictionary)


You have the Reverence of the Lord mentioned in two passages concerning the beginning of wisdom.


One in Proverbs and one in Psalms. Both apply to God's kind of wisdom.


The Bible also does mention that the reverence of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.


Learning from the Word the God and walking in relationship with Him leads to a better understanding of whom God is, His character, and His will for our lives in Christ.


Choosing God's kind of understanding is helps us live a moral life, free from sin through the grace and power of the Holy Spirit.





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