This is not business acumen or some special psychological insight into people; it is ethical discernment that leads one to proper behavior based on the fear of the Lord and which leads to further knowledge of God (Prov. 2:5, “Then you will understand the fear of the LORD, And find the knowledge of God.”) The prudent or understanding person will then use this insight to influence others for God, to encourage them to walk in the ways of the Lord and grow in their own knowledge of God.
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