knowing something tis knowledge, apply knowledge correctly is wisdom....i guess
Knowledge is just to know of something and wisdom is to know of it and all it attributes & an depth study. To cross reference it and tare it apart. This is how you get revelation/wisdom in the word of God too. The word becomes alive when you seek revelation/wisdom, it all starts connecting and linking up to the wisdom already gained on & on. Go after wisdom and get the real meaning, you will find your reason for existence.
Proverbs 2:6-11 (New Living Translation)
6 For the Lord grants wisdom!
From his mouth come knowledge and understanding.
7 He grants a treasure of common sense to the honest.
He is a shield to those who walk with integrity.
8 He guards the paths of the just
and protects those who are faithful to him.
9 Then you will understand what is right, just, and fair,
and you will find the right way to go.
10 For wisdom will enter your heart,
and knowledge will fill you with joy.
11 Wise choices will watch over you.
Understanding will keep you safe.
I think wisdom comes from your own personal experiences and what you learn from them.
You gain knowledge from these experiences too, but wisdom comes from knowing what to do with that knowledge. Knowledge alone doesn't necessarily make you wise.
wisdom is the ability to put knowledge to use to help yourself or help others.
Knowledge is the collective of everything learned and experience gained. Wisdom is the discernment of truth of that knowledge.
by Nithya Venkat 6 years ago
What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom?
by DeaneMc 10 years ago
Wisdom-the quality of being wise; sound judgment and sagacity; prudence; learningKnowledge-The fact or state of knowing, range of information or understanding, what is known; learning, skill, acquaintance, clear perceptionAcknowledge- to admit as true, to recognize the authority or claims of, to...
by Jouneyman2 10 years ago
I'm kinda new to this forum but in reading through some of the threads on religion I was amazed at the spectrum of theories and beliefs. In all of what I read, which wasn't ALL the topics, I didn't see this question posed by anyone, so I thought I would present it. Feel free to reply as you wish, I...
by wesleyacarter 9 years ago
knowledge : intelligencewisdom : information-the difference between knowing a thing and using a thing. between reading about it and living it.-one created by experience, the other created by external means. -what does this mean to you?
by Greg Boudonck 7 years ago
What is the difference between wisdom,knowledge,intelligence and understanding?
by maddot 7 years ago
Do Americans, in general, have a broad knowledge and understanding of other countries? It's not uncommon for Americans to be depicted in my media as being ignorant of the large land mass south of South East Asia. This large land mass is the largest island in the world and the smallest continent....
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