Eight Attributes of the Wisdom that Come from Heaven

24 04 2012

The book of James is known as the Proverbs of the New Testament. James was the little brother of Christ and a leader of the church of Jerusalem. There are three major topics in the Book of James, Faith, Works and Wisdom.


We have often talked about Faith in this blog, we have talked about Works (or deeds) so beginning today we are going to look at the eight attributes or characteristics of the Wisdom that comes from Heaven.


Until my pastor highlighted this list of attributes out in the book of James I didn’t realize there was a list of attributes for heaven based wisdom. I knew about the Fruit of the Spirit, the Gifts of the Spirit, each are very helpful and so as we study and understand these attributes of the Wisdom that comes from heaven, we will discover one of the keys to the kingdom!


The eight characteristics/attributes of the Wisdom that comes from Heaven are found in James 3:17-18


“But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere. Peacemakers who sow in peace raise a harvest of righteousness.”


Together in the next several posts, we will explore the eight attributes of the wisdom that comes from heaven!


Blessings and Complete Joy,



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