Bible Summary. The source of most wisdom scriptures in the Bible come from King Solomon. By the time Solomon reached the age of twenty, the people of Israel were in awe of his wisdom. The depth and breath of Solomon’s wisdom scriptures is evident that his wisdom was special and came directly from God. King Solomon’s godly wisdom compelled people to draw close to him to seek more and more wisdom. See below for Biblical commentary and advise on wisdom scriptures.
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Solomon Asks God for Wisdom – The Source of Most Wisdom Scriptures.
The source of most wisdom scriptures in the Bible come from King Solomon. The book of Proverbs holds many of these wisdom scriptures. King Solomon could have asked God for anything, but King Solomon asked for wisdom. 1st Kings 3:9 tells us of King Solomon asking God for wisdom over anything else to govern his people.
1st Kings 3:9, “Give therefore thy servant an understanding heart to judge thy people, that I may discern between good and bad: for who is able to judge this thy so great a people?”
Solomon’s Wisdom Scriptures Came From God.
By the time Solomon reached the age of twenty, the people of Israel were in awe of his wisdom. The people saw that the type of wisdom that Solomon had could only come from God. 1st Kings 3:28 advises us of the awesomeness of King Solomon’s wisdom and that it only could have come from God.
1st Kings 3:28, “And all Israel heard of the judgment which the king had judged; and they feared the king: for they saw that the wisdom of God was in him, to do judgment.”
King Solomon the Source of Thousands of Wisdom Scriptures.
King Solomon is the source of thousands of wisdom scriptures from the Bible. The depth and breath of Solomon’s wisdom scriptures is evident that his wisdom was special and came directly from God. 1st Kings 4:32 tells of King Solomon being the source of three thousand proverbs and over one thousand songs.
1st Kings 4:32, “And he spake three thousand proverbs: and his songs were a thousand and five.”
Solomon’s Wisdom Scriptures of Proverbs Draw People to God Then and Now.
The wisdom scriptures of Solomon have the uncanny ability to be relevant to all that hear or read them. His godly wisdom compelled people to draw close to him to seek more and more wisdom. 1st Kings 4:34 tells us how people and kings came to hear the wisdom of Solomon.
1st King 4:34, “And there came of all people to hear the wisdom of Solomon, from all kings of the earth, which had heard of his wisdom.”