From Michael Q. Pink:
Natural law massively outperforms man's wisdom. As eminent biologist and famed Princeton professor, Edwin Conklin stated, "Man cannot change a single law of nature, but can put himself into such relations to natural laws that he can profit by them."
The wisest man that ever lived was Solomon...
He was also the wealthiest. See the connection? But how did he become so wise? He studied how God made things work – through natural law! It was his father, King David who taught him, “the works of the Lord are great, studied by all who have pleasure in them.” So Solomon studied them.
As a result, Scripture records that he spoke of trees and animals, birds and fish, even insects. So profound were his discoveries, that world leaders either went or sent their emissaries to learn what he had discovered. In one year alone, he received over $1 BILLION as grateful gifts from those wanting to access his wisdom and grow their wealth.
1000 years later, the Apostle Paul affirmed that God uses the created order to reveal the secrets of his dynamic working power. (Romans 1:20) But you don’t have to be the son of a king or an apostle to access this wisdom. It’s available to anyone.
Consider George Washington Carver... He was born a slave in 1864 and was once traded for a horse. His future prospects were bleak, but he followed Solomon’s example and earnestly studied the created order (natural law).