“And live, above all, day by day in the blessed truth that, as He Himself, the living Christ Jesus, is your wisdom, your first and last care must ever be this alone—to abide in Him.”
We abide with Christ for the sake of being with Christ, then Himself as wisdom will be added to us. Wisdom comes from abiding.
A prayer of thankfulness came to my heart after reading this chapter,
Thank you for being my wisdom. You have always been my wisdom even when I did not realize it as so. Thank you that you have made me one with yourself so that I may know you. You have revealed to me, that it is from this place of oneness that everything flows. Thank you that you have given us wisdom in the form of a person so that we cannot have it apart from you, because I want you for you not for anything you can give me. Thank you that you have made such great wisdom available to the lowest and simplest of persons. I love you and you are so much greater than I have ever imagined.