Romans 16:19 (KJV)
For your obedience
The wisdom the Holy Spirit desires in us is defined in the context as the opposite of simple.
To have little or no experience with sin. To have few dealings with evil. To be naïve and unlearned in the art of deception, this is a wonderful quality.
Wisdom would be the opposite
Wisdom would imply learning, education, and training. Wisdom would imply experience, practice, and skill. The wise are aware, circumspect, and vigilant.
The Holy Spirit desires that we be well experienced in that which is good. We ought to practice good, recognize good and become skilled in doing good.
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