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The Importance of Knowledge

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.

Hosea 4:6 (NKJV)


Sometimes, when God does not act where you hoped, instead of trying to find the solution on your own, it would be better to seek to understand through His word the reason for His inaction. In the Scriptures, God reveals His will to us concerning our situation or position. It is not His responsibility to find another way to inform us of what we should do, but It is up to us to align our lives with His word.


Sometimes God chooses to remain silent, sometimes He works in secret, and sometimes He speaks to us through our trials. But nowhere in the Bible does it say that He does not act. Even when He is silent, He acts. He's just quiet.


Today, in our Churches, there are those who choose not to know the precepts of God for Christian life. Thus, they ignore the fundamental elements of successfully living this life as defined by God. If you choose to group yourself with those who reject knowledge, you class yourself among those who, through ignorance, accept being destroyed for lack of knowledge.


May the grace and the peace of God be with you all.

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