Today's Scripture: "He answered and said, 'Whether He is a sinner or not I do not know. One thing I know: that though I was blind, now I see.'" Jn 9:25
5700. Not knowing should lead to finding out. JG
America has become a nation of secondhand knowledge where research is left to someone else. That presents a problem if your knowledge base is a computer because that makes you subservient to whoever wrote the program or entered "facts." Remember that lies are born of half-truth, a.k.a. deception, designed to rewrite history with bogus "facts" for political gain.
We should never be ashamed of not knowing something when asked. Instead, we should make an attempt to learn the truth. We can then go back and answer the question, if it merits attention. But the worst abuse may be claiming to know something and you fabricate information to impress someone. That is not only dishonest but prideful. It also places you on the wrong team (Pr. 16:18, 1 Pet 5:5).
I'm thankful, God, for the fact I don't have to understand Your blessings to receive them.
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