“The Winning of Lady Wisdom” #1 New Release in its Category

Adam sought wisdom in a forbidden way.

When he accepted the fruit from Eve’s hand, the false promise from the enemy was still ringing in his ears:

Your eyessss will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil….

We all inherited the desire to define our own good and our own evil. Even today, the temptation pulses over speakers and screens everywhere:

Good is what makes you feel good. Evil is what makes you feel bad…

It’s the same pernicious lie, but it works.

We go looking for wisdom on our own terms, seeking to define what it is and what it isn’t.

All the heartbreak in the world can be traced back to that.

All the while, God gave us the answer. In the book of Job, which many argue is the oldest written section of Scripture, Job wonders:

But where shall wisdom be found?…Man does not know its worth, and it is not found in the land of the living. From where, then, does wisdom come?

It’s the foundational question we all arrive at when we learn that our own definitions for wisdom fail.

God understands the way to it, and He knows its place…when He gave to the wind its weight and apportioned the waters by measure…then He saw it and declared it; He established it and searched it out…

It seems that we must all learn that we will have to come to God in order to have true wisdom. We must submit to His Lordship as Creator. We cannot seek wisdom in a forbidden way. That only leads to death. However, God gives us directions to life:

Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom, and to turn away from evil is understanding.

My new novel, “The Winning of Lady Wisdom,” explores this dynamic conflict by following the paths of those who encounter the woman named Wisdom. It is the #1 New Release in its category, and my prayer is that it will encourage you to seek- and to find- wisdom.

You can learn more HERE or buy the book HERE

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