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wisdom of the world and the wisdom of Christ a sermon preached before the University of Oxford, in St. Mary"s Church, on Quinquagesima Sunday, Feb. 13th, 1918. by Walker, E. M.

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Overview. God has revealed the Word of Wisdom as a commandment for the physical and spiritual benefit of His children. The Prophet Joseph Smith received this revelation on Febru , and it is now recorded in section 89 of the Doctrine and Covenants. In . The Christ of Wisdom book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. How do we walk in the way of wisdom? How should we respond to s /5. children's books: Wisdom Tales Press. Wisdom Tales Press is the imprint by World Wisdom for children and teens. It was “created for the purpose of sharing the wisdom and beauty of cultures from around the world with young readers and their families.” A number of Wisdom Tales Press books have already won prizes for their illustrations and. 23 Blighting envy is no companion for me, for envy has nothing in common with Wisdom. 24 In the greatest number of the wise lies the world's salvation, in a sagacious king the stability of a people. 25 Learn, therefore, from my words; the gain will be yours.