If anyone lacks wisdom, Let Him or Her ask God who gives generously

For there is a time and a way for everything, although man’s trouble lies heavy on him.
Ecclesiastes 8:6
Ecclesiastes 8:5 says, “The wise heart will know the proper time and the just way.” And remember, “If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.” (James 1:5)

How often have you said “I don’t have time to pray?” God equips you with what you need – wisdom, energy, resources, educations, skills and opportunity – to do what He wants you to do. And, as it implies in today’s verse, He does this even if you’re going through trials. Ask the Lord for insight concerning when and how to pray, and He will give it to you. When He does call you to that time of prayer, intercede for the nation and its leadership to take time to seek God’s priceless wisdom.

My Lord, I need wisdom in so many areas. Please help me to take time every day to come to you and you, who are the author and finisher of life, “Can give me more than I ask or imagine through your power.” Ephesians 3:20 I ask you to help me know the direction I shall take. Please cover me with your holy spirit and help me know your leading. Right now I am praying for a special friend who needs a home, a family who can love her and guide her. For a particular solution–which way should we go? There are so many people hurting Lord, I lift them each up to you, one by one, by name. You know each one deeply and I ask that you soften their hearts and guide them. For the deaf. Lord, how should we proceed? Please help me be humble and your servant, and guide them without dissing them. I want to be an encourager, and help them to be drawn to you.
I want to be able to give your wisdom without reproach. Help me to be that kind of person. I love you Lord.
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About margeebee

I have a wonderful husband (Lloyd) who has always supported me and I love him very much. I am a mom --I have three grown children and a son-in-law. --God and my family are my highest priorities and we have so much fun together. My most recent profession is that of being a sign language interpreter. I graduated from an interpreter program when I was 58 and have devoted much of my time since then to learning the language. I love my Lord and try and spend time with him every day. He is helping me learn the intricacies of sign language. I pray for my family and friends often -- They are an inspiration to my life. I enjoy hanging out with Deaf people and teaching deaf children English--that is always a rewarding experience. My husband and I enjoy worshiping God through Israeli dancing and often pray for Israel and our country. We enjoy traveling throughout Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska and Israel while ministering. I became a grandmother for the first time in 2012, and am enjoying watching my daughter and son-in-law raise this little one. I have the privilege of babysitting my precious grandson 3 days a week and for that, am putting everything else aside.
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