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Intelligence

Intelligence comes from God.
What type of gray matter do you have? 

Do you think you're intelligent? 

If you don't you should, because God created us to be intelligent. I really believe that, because everything He created, He created in His image. And His image is perfection. 

So you are free to use what your daddy gave you.

Use it for creativity then produce. We all have different types of intelligences that suit us, so there's room for innovative production within all of us. 

I hear innovation when I listen to certain people. It doesn't matter if they're on the radio, TV, in person, in books, articles, you name it. The common thread I see in the ones who are the most intriguing and the most engaging is that they're intelligent. I often think, 'wow Lord look at how blessed they are to say what they're saying.' I'm not even sure if they even realize they got their intelligence from God. Yet, they did. 

That's exactly who it came from. 

Intelligence comes from God. And if we're not feeling particularly intelligent in a certain area, God will give it to us. All we have to do is pray and ask for it like Solomon did. It's available for everyone. 


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Reference: 
1 Chronicles 1:7-13

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