Proverbs 11:2 - Wisdom Comes From A Humble Relationship With Jesus - Not Pride.

Pro.11:2: Wisdom Comes From A Humble Relationship With Jesus - 
Not Pride. 

Proverbs 11:2 (NIV) When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but 
with humility comes wisdom. 

Proverbs 11:2 (NLT) Pride leads to disgrace, but with humility 
comes wisdom. 

Proverbs 11:2 (CWR) Those who are proud will surely fall, but 
wisdom comes to those who are humble. 

Wisdom can be defined as the ability to make edifying decisions 
about the future by evaluating the consequences of actions taken in 
the past. [The 365-Day Devotional Commentary re Jos. 23] 

When you are called upon to make a wise decision for yourself, 
your family, or your community, remember the ways in which God taught 
you a principle of life through mistakes you've made, or times when 
you were blessed because you held fast to God's teachings. If you're 
still new to this and don't have a lot of faithful past to build on, 
you can learn from past mistakes; and you can get advice from 
mature, godly leaders who can draw upon their own experiences with the 
Lord. [The 365-Day Devotional Commentary re Jos. 23] 

The humble man, with his willingness to learn and his confession 
of need of divine help, receives rich stores of grace. Quick to 
discern and to follow the leadership of the Holy Spirit, he has access 
to the foundation of heavenly wisdom (Isa. 57:15; James 4:6). [SDA 

He gives wisdom to the meek and lowly, enabling them to judge of 
what is truth, bringing to light the why and wherefore, pointing out 
the result of certain actions. The Holy Spirit teaches the student 
of the Scriptures to judge all things by the standard of 
righteousness and truth and justice. The divine revelation supplies him with 
the knowledge that he needs.  And the needed knowledge will be given 
to all who come to Christ, receiving and practicing His teachings, 
making His words a part of their lives.... The more the Bible is studied, 
the deeper will be your knowledge of God. The truths of His word 
will be written in your soul, making an ineffaceable impression.  Not 
only will the student himself be benefited by a study of the word of 
God. His study is life and salvation to all with whom he associates.... 
His life will reveal the help and strength that he receives from 
communion with the word. The sanctification of the Spirit will be seen in 
thought, word, and deed. {CH 371-372} 

Thank You Dear Jesus!!!