Exodus 31:1-3 “Then the LORD spoke to Moses, saying: 2 “See, I have called by name Bezalel…And I have filled him with the Spirit of God, in wisdom, in understanding, in knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship”
When God needed Moses to build the tabernacle in the wilderness, He wasn’t stuck worrying about solving the problem. Ordinarily this would have been a big problem to the average person. Israel had just been delivered from the bondage of Egypt as slaves. However He needed a tastefully designed tabernacle that would be filled with elegant utensils for use of worship. These people had never been artisans, but mere laborers and stone-cutters in Egypt, yet this wasn’t a challenge for God.
God informs Moses of the plan and tells Moses, that He had filled Bezalel and all who will work alongside him with the spirit of God with wisdom, understanding and knowledge. This suggests the following: 1) That in the midst of any problem, the solution is found first in wisdom, knowledge and understanding 2) Wisdom comes by the Spirit of God 3) Wisdom can be supernaturally imparted.
In essence the information available never changed, however it took the supernatural anointing of the Spirit of God to birth out a solution given the information (knowledge) at hand. Even though there may be gaps in knowledge, there is still yet wisdom available to fill the gaps.
What challenge do you find yourself in? The information seems all available, but the solutions don’t seem to be coming. If this is you, place a demand on wisdom. James 1:5 says if any man lacks wisdom he should ask. Ask God for wisdom, ask Him for the Holy Spirit within you to quicken you with solutions and fill the gaps in knowledge in your current predicament. As you do this, remain confident that God will deliver, because He says to ask in faith, not doubting.
Scriptures to Meditate: Dan. 5:12-14, Gen. 41:38-39, Proverbs 4:7, James 1:5, Job 32:8, Prov. 24:3-4