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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Based on the biblical book of Proverbs, 31 Days of Wisdom by Rudolph Mensah is a devotional focused on helping the reader attain wisdom. In this book, Mensah defines wisdom as the application of knowledge, which means then that knowledge is not always enough. One needs to go ahead and apply the acquired knowledge. Each of the chapters in 31 Days of Wisdom contains invaluable knowledge derived from the Bible, which Rudolph Mensah further expounds upon in its application. One of the scriptural passages contained in the devotional is Proverbs 4:7 that reads: “Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting get understanding.” He urges the reader to seek after wisdom in all their experiences and grow in it every day.
One of the unique aspects of 31 Days of Wisdom by Rudolph Mensah is that it is based on one virtue, which in this case is wisdom. I loved that he narrows the book down to one topic so that anyone who wants to grow specifically in wisdom can use the book as a guideline. Wisdom is often overlooked yet it is a vital part of Christian living which makes the devotional a worthwhile read for anyone who wants to grow in it. Rudolph Mensah helped me understand what wisdom truly is, based on scripture, how knowledge can be applied to produce wisdom, and how wisdom can be acquired in the first place. I would recommend 31 Days of Wisdom by Rudolph Mensah to any reader who would like to understand wisdom based on the Bible.