'Wisely' in the Bible
And David went wherever Saul sent him, and did wisely: and Saul put him at the head of his men of war, and this was pleasing to all the people as well as to Saul's servants.
And in all his undertakings David did wisely; and the Lord was with him.
And when Saul saw how wisely he did, he was in fear of him.
Then the rulers of the Philistines went out to war: and whenever they went out, David did more wisely than all the other servants of Saul, so that his name became greatly honoured.
(The wise man, hearing, will get greater learning, and the acts of the man of good sense will be wisely guided:)
He who in summer gets together his store is a son who does wisely; but he who takes his rest when the grain is being cut is a son causing shame.
Where there is much talk there will be no end to sin, but he who keeps his mouth shut does wisely.
The king has pleasure in a servant who does wisely, but his wrath is against him who is a cause of shame.
Acting wisely is the way of life, guiding a man away from the underworld.
A servant who does wisely will have rule over a son causing shame, and will have his part in the heritage among brothers.
He whose faith is in himself is foolish; but everyone walking wisely will be kept safe.
What have the wise more than the foolish? and what has the poor man by walking wisely before the living?
For the keepers of the sheep have become like beasts, not looking to the Lord for directions: so they have not done wisely and all their flocks have been put to flight.
But the Lord is with me as a great one, greatly to be feared: so my attackers will have a fall, and they will not overcome me: they will be greatly shamed, because they have not done wisely, even with an unending shame, kept in memory for ever.
See, the days are coming, says the Lord, when I will give to David a true Branch, and he will be ruling as king, acting wisely, doing what is right, and judging uprightly in the land.
Training us so that, turning away from evil and the desires of this world, we may be living wisely and uprightly in the knowledge of God in this present life;
- Wisely (68 instances)