Proverbs 1:7 (KJV)
7The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.

A proverb written by King Solomon; a man given the wisdom to understand great things. Yet a man who failed at times himself, because He did not respect God as he should have. The word fear in Hebrew is yir’ah which has several meanings.
1) fear, terror, fearing
a) fear, terror
b) awesome or terrifying thing (object causing fear)
c) fear (of God), respect, reverence, piety
d) revered
Out of these c and d are the most appropriate when we think of God. He is to be respected with an amount of reverence. God is to be revered for He is worthy of great honor. Learning to fear God by giving respect and honor is the beginning of knowledge. But those who despise what God has to offer usually fall to the consequences they themselves create.

Yesterday I watched Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel as he covered several different religions and their belief about angels. The Bible tells us there are angels. Hebrews tells us that angels are spirits sent to care for those who will inherit salvation. One question was asked of a priest, “Are there people that are angels?” The reply was there is a difference between angels and people. God elected to give salvation to man, while the angels that fell from grace from God with Satan will be condemned for eternity. God obviously has chosen man for salvation because He understands the weakness of man in regards to sin. God reaches out in love providing us with wisdom to live our lives. Sometimes the wisdom is found in His Holy Words. Sometimes wisdom comes as a revelation planted as a seed by God. Other times God uses angels or man to send messages we may need to hear. Learn who God is; His love, His Grace, and His mercy He demonstrated through Jesus Christ and you will start on a path of wisdom. Pray for wisdom that God would give you insight to living your life. Seek out the wisdom of Christ for He understands mans hardships and suffering. May God be with you, leading you and granting wisdom day by day.