The name Jedidiah is mentioned only once in the Bible, and that is curious because it is the name which Prophet Nathan gave to Solomon (2 Samuel 12:25) son of King David and Bathsheba. Solomon is renowned in the Old Testament for his wisdom.
He is also known for his riches, which were given to him by God, along with the wisdom. The Biblical passage that tells the story of why God gifted Solomon with wisdom and wealth immediately precedes the passage that provides the classic example of the Wisdom of Solomon — his judgment about the true mother of a disputed infant.
When Solomon became king of the United Kingdom of Judah and Israel he asked God to help him rule his people well and wisely. God was pleased with this since instead of asking for longevity or wealth, Solomon made a selfless request. God agreed to do as Solomon asked, but also granted him the two things most people would want — longevity and riches. I Kings 3:3-15
This is one passage a lot of our members most especially the clergies amongst us should take so serious when asking for prophetic spirit because no prophesy would reign supreme if the foundation is not based on God’s wisdom. This is why there are several prophesies out there that have not come to fruition, the reason is just because the character carrying the anointing is not rooted in the real word of God which is, of course, wisdom of Solomon.