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This looks to be a wonderful new commentary! Thanks for posting here some good insights; you've cleared up some questions on the true meaning of this passage. Praise God!

Is the prayer for wisdom a request for a permanent virtue or ability, or for a one-time need, i.e. a specific situation ?

Given the present tense imperatives, suggesting ongoing action, I'd take it to mean any time you lack wisdom.

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