Something has begun to stir up in my heart recently. I want to build my life upon it. Here it is: it is more desirable to possess wisdom, the Scriptures say, than any other thing. Seek wisdom more than riches, Solomon urges. Treasure her above pleasure. Prefer her over power. If we earnestly meditate on this, we realize that God has a very high regard for wisdom. He delights in it. He desires it from us as His children. This is serious.
And it brings up a question: why do we, His children, not hunger more for it?