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Wisdom Personified seeks to progressively develop in us His followers these seven distinct traits of His character. And once He has established these in our lives, He shall be able to complete the building for His Father of that dwelling place of rest and peace which God has longed to have among His people. In order for this to be accomplished in us, however, we will need to submit ourselves to Christ totally and allow His Spirit who indwells us to develop and firmly establish these various character-traits in us so that Christ’s virtuous character may be manifested through us as a testimony to the world and for touching those in need of moral and spiritual help. This is the Lord’s purpose for us His people.

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“Wisdom hath built her house, she hath hewn out her seven pillars” of support. So declared the book of Proverbs (9:1), whose author was Solomon, the wise King of Israel. Christ is the wisdom of God manifested from heaven on earth by the divine act of the Incarnation.

As Solomon of old built the physical house of God—the temple in Jerusalem; just so, the “greater than Solomon”—even Christ himself (Matthew 12:42c ASV)—is today continuing to build God’s spiritual house, which is the church, the body of Christ. The material the Lord uses to build God’s spiritual house is the sevenfold character of the Christ-life that is resident within every member of His church.

The Seven Pillars of Wisdom alluded to in Proverbs 9 can symbolically represent the seven different character-traits of Christ: Righteousness, Diligence, Love, Lowliness, Graciousness, Discipline, and Truthfulness.

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