Wisdom can be used in all ages.
Wisdom should not be measured in physical age but in the age one understands.
Because aren't there always those who may be old in experience, but are young in their actions?
And aren't there always those who are young in years, but are old with understanding?
God chooses who is wise and who is foolish.
Can't He strip a king of his power and give it to a slave?
Hasn't He said He'll give the most to the least of His people?
Then why might He not grant a child wisdom?
You don't need experience and years.
Just God and His love.
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