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We have a lot of knowledge at our fingertips.  The total amount of information at our disposal doubles every four years.  Our world has plenty of knowledge and education, but it doesn’t necessarily bring along wisdom.

Shane Vander Hart continuing his series in James at Grace Evangelical Free Church looks what James has to say about wisdom that is required in the life of the believer to see God’s purpose to be worked out in the midst of trials we face.

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  1. I look forward to listening to this. It is a subject I have thought about, the large difference between knowledge and wisdom.

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