Chess

“For which of you, intending to build a tower, sitteth not down first, and counteth the cost, whether he have sufficient to finish it?” —Luke 14:28.

Chess is fun, but it also cultivates our abilities.  One must exercise foresight when playing chess.  Foresight prepares for future possibilities.  In chess foresight is estimating the eventual result of a move.

Chess increases flexibility.  Flexibility adjusts to unexpected moves by your opponent.

Chess also develops creativity.  Creativity brainstorms new strategies for the ever changing conditions of the game.

In the twelfth century there were only seven requirements for knighthood.  One was to be a capable chess player.  If these skills were important for knights to contend for the kingdom, then they might even be a bit useful to us in contending for God’s kingdom.

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