“The wisdom of the ages is available to man.
The wisdom of the ages was the source of the wisdom of Solomon.
The wisdom of the ages serves the kings and queens of blessing,
the leaders of the nations with a prayer life,
the leaders of their families who guard the fear of God.
The wisdom of the ages fulfils the seeking prayers,
fulfils the counsel appropriate for action,
fulfils the setting of the godly parameters in a life.
The wisdom of the ages does not strain the intellect,
yields up content not muddied by confusion,
surrenders from the archival structures according to freewill.
The wisdom of the ages surpasses the studying of the wisest of the wise,
surpasses the manifested wisdom of man,
surpasses the wisdom available from the foe of man.
The wisdom of the ages does not fade away,
is structured for eternity,
is embedded in the tongues upon request for impartation.
The wisdom of the ages surges to the forefront when the spirit encounters a word-fight over truth,
a word-fight over sensibilities,
a word-fight with intrusive forces well prepared and well equipped.
The wisdom of the ages supports the lips of new beginners,
supports the announcing and pronouncing,
supports the finished speech emitted,
supports the attainment of experience.
The wisdom of the ages flows without constraint apparent,
is succinct and to the point,
is complete without the need for explanation,
has fluency obvious in the flow.
The wisdom of the ages incurs the silence of the wise,
incurs a babbling from the infants of expression,
incurs a thoughtful look upon assimilation.
The wisdom of the ages floats gently down as if suspended by a parachute,
is not emphasized by shouting,
is not adulterated by nonsense,
is neither added to nor retracted from the vocabulary of man.
The wisdom of the ages is brought forth by those who sought its presence,
by those who loosed their spirit with the soul in readiness to receive,
by those with the wisdom to bind their freewill to be aligned within the will of God.
The wisdom of the ages issues unexpectedly,
is caught by all within earshot of the tongue,
is digested as it lingers,
is very rarely followed by a comment other than surprise.
The wisdom of the ages does not wield the blade of sarcasm,
does not conflict with the word,
does not speak into a discussion based on trivia,
does not debate the point of issuance to the crowd,
does not lower the tone by criticism, does not display within the pride of self.
The wisdom of the ages always speaks in truth when correcting errors of supposition,
when correcting for a foundation built on sand,
when correcting errors holding partial truth,
when overcoming lies designed to mislead.
The wisdom of the ages covers the aspects of the life of man,
covers the need for preparation of the bride,
covers the experience of all to be found within mortality.
The wisdom of the ages surfaces momentarily,
does not extend a stage until the light grows dim.
The wisdom of the ages is brought forth by the annunciations of My Spirit as He dwells within the glove of man.
The wisdom of the ages serves and does not know a pout,
does not know a sneer,
does not know impatience coming forth.
The wisdom of the ages is one of the many manifested blessings available from The Living God.
The wisdom of the ages does not come forth in a surge of anger,
in a surge of interruption,
in a surge for showcasing godly wisdom.
The wisdom of the ages dwells within an outline of righteousness,
an outline of faith,
an outline of truth,
an outline of indignation,
an outline of grace.
The wisdom of the ages should be sought in prayer as My Spirit dwells within.”