Book: Proverbs 9
“She has sent her servant to invite everyone to come. She calls out from the heights overlooking the city”
One of your responsibilities after receiving wisdom is to share it with those around you. Wisdom is received with sending orders. Some will receive it and others will reject it. Yes it is disappointing when others will not receive God given wisdom, but they are responsible for their decision.
I use to like lining up Domino pieces and then watching the chain reaction when one falls on another, and then that piece falls on the next and so on. I would have the pieces curve, go up a ramp, divide and then come back together again. Sometimes I would make interesting patterns. It was great fun. I was always disappointed when one piece was not lined up properly and did not do what it was supposed to resulting in the chain reaction stopping. When wisdom is not passed on there is a similar effect.
An important Kingdom principle is we receive to pass on to others, or another way of saying it is we are blessed to bless others. To do otherwise is to not fully use wisdom as the King has intended. Remember it is His Kingdom and His perfect wisdom. Everyone needs that wisdom.
As wisdom is passed on from one to another, it can spread through a community, city or country causing great change. Wisdom will then call out from the highest heights. When those who have it choose not to pass it on, others suffer.
You might be asking, “How do I pass on wisdom?” One practical way is to share with others a verse out of proverbs that has meant something to you. You may explain how this truth helped you in some of your own personal decisions.
Take time to consider what wisdom you have learned from the book of proverbs that was helpful to you. Then ask the Lord to give you opportunity to share it with someone else today.