Seeking Wisdom From God is a must read for anyone who is hungry for the meat of God's Word. The answers to life's questions as well as absolute truth are found in the Word of God. However, for the most part, these answers and truths lay beneath the surface of the verses and only when we seek discernment from God will they be revealed. God does not hide His truth to keep His children from finding it, but He did intentionally make deeper levels of understanding accessible only with His help. Seeking Wisdom from God is about God's promise to give abundantly to anyone who will seek wisdom through Him. God will reveal understanding that has escaped even the most learned of scholars. According to 1 Cor. 1:28,29, God's extraordinary way of revealing His truth is through ordinary people. With our advances in understanding the ancient Hebrew and Greek languages coupled with the dissecting of Scripture using historical, textual, and literary analysis, knowledge has increased exponentially. However, knowledge always increases faster than wisdom, and because of this, we have a glut of biblical knowledge and a shortage of wisdom. We need to know less and understand more.This book chronicles the results of a heart and mind that learned early in life to go to the heavenly Father for understanding. It is a personal twenty-six-year case study of the faithfulness of God, who will give wisdom to anyone who asks. Seeking wisdom from God early in the author's Christian walk did not happen because he was wise, but because of circumstances that God orchestrated for his training on how to find truth in His Word. May the different views shared in this book confirm that discernment of spiritual truth can only come from the spiritual.
"Seeking Wisdom from God: A Quest for Truth is both a traditionally Christian and surprisingly revolutionary book. Using the premise that God's message is like a jigsaw puzzle, Walker reassures the reader that eventually all pieces will fit to form the beautiful portrait of God's love. He proceeds, then, in a logical fashion to take the reader through a series of scriptural concepts that build a convincing argument. The author's central message is compelling. There are echoes of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Martin Luther King in his arguments for inclusiveness and compassion"
-ForeWord Clarion Reviews