KNOWLEDGE - Encarta World English dictionary)
All that can be known: all the information, facts, truths, and principles learned throughout time.
Information in mind: general awareness or possession of information, facts, ideas, truths, or principles
Learning through experience or study: familiarity or understanding gained through experience or study
Essentially, KNOWLEDGE means familiarity with facts acquired by personal experience, observation, or study. The Bible strongly urges the seeking for and treasuring of right knowledge, recommending it rather than gold. (Pr 8:10; 20:15)
WISDOM (dictionary above)
1. good sense: the ability to make sensible decisions and judgments based on personal knowledge and experience
2. wise decision: good sense shown in a way of thinking, judgment, or action
3. accumulated learning: accumulated knowledge of life or of a sphere of activity that has been gained through experience
4. opinion widely held: an opinion that almost everyone seems to share or express
5. sayings: ancient teachings or sayings
WISDOM is sound judgment, based on knowledge and understanding; the ability to use knowledge and understanding successfully to solve problems, avoid or avert dangers, attain certain goals, or counsel others in doing so. It is the opposite of foolishness, stupidity, and madness, with which it is often contrasted.—De 32:6; Pr 11:29; Ec 6:8.
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