The Treasure of Wisdom

Proverbs 2: 1-5

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Yes, wisdom is that valuable. I remind myself and my children regularly, that wisdom is a treasure worth more than precious metals. Foolishness can lead to the loss of a fortune while wisdom can turn meager resources into an abundance.

As we care for Sanctuary patients, we strive to share our treasures of wisdom with those who are suffering. Our own storms and struggles and those of our patients give us great storehouses from which to share. In our time with patients, we encourage them to build their own storehouses of wisdom.

We want them to grow strong in caring for their own health needs. As they overcome their own health challenges, they grow in confidence in caring for themselves and often begin sharing that wisdom with others. We are excited to see this passing and multiplication of health wisdom in our patients.

Ultimately, we also want to remember that all good things, including wisdom, must find their source in God. When we care and help patients find health restoration, we have to thank God for working out His wisdom through us.


Sanctuary Functional Medicine, under the direction of Dr Eric Potter, IFMCP MD, provides functional medicine services to Nashville, Middle Tennessee and beyond. We frequently treat patients from Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Ohio, Indiana, and more... offering the hope of healthier more abundant lives to those with chronic illness.

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