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Chuck Swindoll Insight for Today 24 January 2022 | Intelligent Fools
Insight For Today Devotional

Chuck Swindoll Insight for Today 24 January 2022 | Intelligent Fools

Chuck Swindoll Insight for Today 24 January 2022 | Intelligent Fools

Chuck Swindoll Insight for Today 24 January 2022 | Intelligent Fools

Welcome to Insight for Today Daily Devotional for Monday 24th January 2022, written by Pastor Chuck Swindoll to inspire and bless you! Kindly share with other people.

CHUCK SWINDOLL INSIGHT FOR TODAY DEVOTIONAL 24 JANUARY 2022

TOPIC: INTELLIGENT FOOLS

SCRIPTURES: PROVERBS 1

Chuck Swindoll Insight for Today 24th January 2022 | Monday

Before we close this week’s study, let’s revisit the sages’ fool. The English language defines a fool as someone who’s a little mischievous or who makes foolish decisions. Hebrew culture, however, took the term fool far more seriously. We have considered three different kinds of internal opposition to divine leading, opposition that the Hebrew language describes using no less than four terms. Each term quantifies the level of foolishness in a person, and each successive term on the list reflects greater opposition than the previous one:

Peti: Undiscerning, unable, or unwilling to distinguish between truth and falsehood

Kasal: Lacking knowledge or practical experience; mentally sluggish

Nabal: Willfully closed to wisdom and brutishly destructive to self and others

Letz: Incorrigibly and willfully rebellious against God

You may notice that moral culpability increases with intellectual capacity. In other words, those who possessed the least intelligence were the least to blame for their opposition. For the Hebrews, the greatest fool of all was the opposer who possessed the greatest mental capacity. Solomon and the wise men of Israel didn’t measure wisdom and foolishness in terms of IQ; for them, prudence is a measure of one’s obedience to God.

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