All that God deemed essential knowledge for his children is found in His Word – the Bible. Beyond that, all truth is God’s. God has, however, reveal His truth to all humans in the things created (Romans1:20) called general revelation and in His written Word called special revelation (1Corinthian 2:6-10).
There is a difference between “earthly wisdom” and the “wisdom that comes from above” (James 3:14-18). To tap into God’s wisdom, we must first of all, desire it and ask God for it. “If any of you lack wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you” (James 1:5).
We acknowledge that true wisdom comes from God and that Jesus Christ is the embodiment of that wisdom. To trust in Christ and yield to Holy Spirit is to walk in wisdom; as Christian “we have the mind of Christ.”
To have wisdom is to have the ability to apply knowledge to everyday life. It is in the reading of God’s word that we obtain knowledge, meditating upon the knowledge brings wisdom.
In summary, to tap into Gods wisdom, we must diligently study Gods word, mediate on the word, pray for wisdom, seek it with all our heart and walk in the spirit.