“With you is wisdom.
She knows your works.
She was present
When you made the world.
What is pleasing in your sight.
What is right
According to your commandments.
Send her forth
From the holy heavens.
From the throne of your glory
Thus she may labor at my side.
Thus I may learn what is pleasing to you.
She knows all things.
She understands all things.
She will guide me wisely in my actions.
She will guard me with her glory.
Then my works will be acceptable.
I shall judge your people justly.
I shall be worthy
Of the throne of my father.”
Wisdom (ἡ σοφία) was present with God when he made the world (ἐποίεις τὸν κόσμον). She understands what is pleasing and what is right according to the commandments. She was sent from the holy heavens (ἐξ ἁγίων οὐρανῶν) and the throne of glory (θρόνου δόξης σου). Thus she labors on earth. She knows and understands all things. She guides and guards this author. Then the author as King Solomon declared that he would judge his people fairly so that he would be worthy of the throne of his father (θρόνων πατρός μου), presumably David.