Reading the Bible can open our eyes to many wise things and it can also teach us that it takes wisdom to know good judgment, to learn, and to obtain knowledge to live by the laws of the land.
Proverbs 30 & 31 (Versus 25 through 31) - In the Holy Bible, King James Version, Old Testament, explains to us there are four things which are little upon this earth, but they are diligent, wise, and workers with an ability to know they must work, learn, and make sound judgments to care for themselves:
(1) Consider the ant in the eyes of people it is only a tiny insect and generally without any wings, it's not strong nor can it defend itself against a predator but it is wise enough to prepare its meat in the summer.
(2) Conies are rock badgers or hyraxes and they're sort of feeble, but they're wise enough to make their houses among the rocks to protect them and to house them for survivor and against predators.
(3) The locusts have "no" kings but they'll gather and go in bands like they're troops. They cannot protect themselves either but their wisdom has taught them to go in groups.
(4) The spider takes hold with its legs gripping and holding until it finds a place for a home. Spiders cannot protect themselves either.
These Bible verses are used as an illustration to teach people what they can do to be wise in their thoughts, their choices, and their ideas, by being kind to others, work for their own pay, obey laws, help the poor and the needy and plead their causes to others, never be idle when there is work to be done, gather and collect ways to provide for their families; and helping others through love and understanding. When we apply all of these accomplishments, people we can gain wisdom through sound judgments, learning's and knowledge's; and in return, we'll find an ability to make it in this life regardless of the trials and tribulations we face on a daily basis.
We should not give into the sins of the world by drinking too much and forgetting the law, and perverting our judgments of the afflicted; when we make a judgment of others, we should judge wisely; we should treat our spouses good and not evil throughout life; give to the poor and needy and plead their causes to others.
Holy Bible, King James Version, Old & New Testament