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Don’t let the title of this article lead you to think that I’m going to be writing about some long-lost love named Sophia when in fact, I am writing about a phenomenon that was bestowed by God on King Solomon – wisdom, which is Sophia in Greek. 
The Old Testament book of Proverbs is filled with references to wisdom and its being something that is of great value and should be cherished. These pithy proclamations teach us that there is an undeniable connection between wisdom and power, power to achieve what is right, which is the work of the kingdom of God.
In the eighth chapter of Proverbs one reads, “The Lord created me at the beginning of his work, the first of his acts of long ago. Ages ago I was set up, at the first, before the beginning of the earth.” This chapter also teaches us that God’s Wisdom was a witness to the creation and has the power to dispense what God has created.
For us Christians, Jesus was and is the embodiment of God’s wisdom, and thus, he has control over all th…

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