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Grace P. Cho is a Korean American writer, poet, and speaker. She believes telling our stories can change the world, and desires to elevate women of color’s voices in the publishing industry. Learn more at @gracepcho and gracepcho.com.

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  1. Build up in love! I’m so grateful for this study. Thank You God, Your wisdom leads us each step of the way!❤️

  2. Amen! So well said. Sadly, It is so true that we can accumulate all the knowledge and wisdom, knowing what to do, but not following it. I’m confused about that wisdom. I guess it boils down to where our focus lies. If we don’t keep our minds and hearts on the Lord, we’ll lose whatever wisdom we might have gained.

  3. Thank you Grace. Thank you for your words today….
    “when we consciously act out of selfishness instead of love”
    “This is work for the long haul as we grow to be wise.
    “Thank God for His wisdom that leads us each step of the way”

    I really really needed to see these words and pray, and give thanks and be wise and apologize for just being a brat! If I’m honest I’ve been more bratty lately than ever…especially to my husband!
    Thank God today is a new day \0/

  4. Wow! So beautifully stated, Grace. Your message is so true, and so thought-provoking. Most of us don’t think long enough or hard enough or deep enough to consider these truths. Thank you! (Wish you were my neighbor.)

  5. Their is a difference between knowledge and wisdom! We can have tons of knowledge, but without the wisdom to use that knowledge in the right way, it is useless! And i read that words can be a “weapon of mass destruction, greater than an atomic bomb.” And this is so very true in the world today!
    James 3:10 Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessings and cursing. My brethren, these things OUGHT NOT TO BE SO.

  6. Grace,

    We desperately need wisdom these days. There is so much animosity & hatred being spewed out. James said it best in James 3:8-10 but no human being can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison. With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings, who have been made in God’s likeness. Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. I constantly pray asking God to help me hold my tongue. Oh I might think something, but please dear Lord don’t let me say it out loud. When I do say the wrong things I simply repent & seek His forgiveness. Lord Jesus please give us wisdom to know how to use our words & tame our tongues.

    Blessings 🙂