“The wisdom of God sets the foam upon the sea,
sets the colour in the sky,
sets man upon the earth.
The wisdom of God calls the birds to flock,
calls the animals to migrate,
calls man to return from whence he came.
The wisdom of God settles the bird upon an egg,
settles a vision within a call,
settles a tempest with a word.
The wisdom of God is rarely faulted by the ignorant,
is never faulted by the wise,
is not known by the fool.
The wisdom of God brings surprise to the learned,
brings amazement to the scholars,
brings gratitude to the godly,
brings holiness to the penitent.
The wisdom of God is attainable by all,
is sought by very few,
is portioned to the righteous,
is shared within the family when a request is heard.
The wisdom of God contains the heart-cry of creation,
contains the knowledge of eternity,
contains the will which supplies the guidance in its use.
The wisdom of God is not found in a cosmic swirl of dust,
is not found in peering through a lens of power,
is not found within the books of man.
The wisdom of God is not an oddity of expression,
is not a non-existent phrase without content of expression,
is not a hatchling from the mind of man.
The wisdom of God can be recognised when tendered,
can be tested by the spirit,
can be applied within the experience of man,
can be brought to bear upon an issue,
can resolve a difference of opinion.
The wisdom of God will always be founded on the truth,
will always be the measuring rod of morality which is absolute and pure.
The wisdom of God should be aspired to by man,
should be the goal of the intellect of man,
should be the counselling of governance whereby man may acquire the wisdom to then so rule himself.
For with the wisdom of God will a kingdom arise,
for with the wisdom of God will a kingdom stand,
for with the wisdom of God will a kingdom be.
For with the wisdom of God will a kingdom last for ever.”