I Just Don’t Know

There are those who write books, teach, appear on radio and TV, etc., who claim to know all about the life of faith. How interesting that the very Bible they’ve supposedly mastered says that’s impossible.

“For we know in part”, Scripture declares, going on to state that we won’t fully know until sometime in the next life, when we’re perfect and complete.

I, for one, am content with admitting I have more questions than answers. It seems that God’s Word itself makes that OK. The parts of following Him which I do understand, such as loving God and my neighbor, are enough to keep me busy.

As for a myriad of other mysteries … for now, I just don’t know.

 

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2 Responses to I Just Don’t Know

  1. Deb D. says:

    “God’s Word itself makes that OK”… comforting 🙂

  2. Alan W. says:

    To those who claim to have all the answers, I say He is no God who merely satisfies the intellect. Spirituality is not a matter of knowing scriptures and engaging in philisophical discussions. God to be God must rule the heart and transform it. I feel the real presence of God within and my faith thrives in the absence of answers.

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