Mark 13:3-4
“As Jesus was sitting on the mount of olives, opposite the temple, Peter, James, John, and Andrew asked him privately, “Tell us, when will these things happen? And what will be the sign that they are all about to be fulfilled?” 
The disciples were alarmed at what Jesus prophesied about the destruction of the temple, and they asked Jesus for more data: “When will this happen?”
Jesus gave them some more information, but more than that his answer also gave them wisdom about what to “do” with the information they’d been given. 
It’s not enough to merely have Godly knowledge. I also need wisdom to apply that knowledge in a Godly way. When God reveals knowledge to me, it is for a purpose. If I apply that knowledge in the wrong way, then the result will not be what God desires.
Perhaps God simply wants me to pray over the situation–or maybe he wants me to confront hidden sin. Perhaps he desires me to get personally involved and be part of the solution to the problem, or maybe he’s simply giving me advance warning of a problem for my own safety.
I need to daily pray for wisdom to apply my knowledge in the right way, so that God would be glorified. 
God, thank you for giving me every resource I need! Thank you for revealing the knowledge to me that I need each day–but help me to always apply that knowledge in the right way. Help me today, to walk in your wisdom so that you would be glorified in me. 

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