It’s five in the morning, but I’m not ready to get up, so I go back to sleep and don’t get up until seven. That five a.m. call to get up was from God, and I slept through it. From seven to eight, I was distracted by things going on in my house, and now I’ve cut short my time in God’s Word, but I managed to learn, even then. Many people get up early to work out their bodies, but what about their brains? From where does your wisdom come? The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom; don’t cut short your time with him. If you get control of your eating habits, you won’t need to work out so hard and can spend quality time with the Father, and put Jesus first in your life. Your brain works better after you fast, so the best time to study should be in the early morning hours. Have your coffee, but avoid the sugar. If you must have your coffee sweet, use a carbohydrate-free sweetener. I know this is not a very powerful message, but if you needed direction on this issue, a few pointers could help. Proverbs 2 is all about wisdom; put it on your reading list today.
if you seek it like silver and search for it as for hidden treasures, then you will understand the fear of the LORD and find the knowledge of God. For the LORD gives wisdom; from his mouth come knowledge and understanding; Proverbs 2:4-6