What you don’t know will kill you.
What do you know?
Who do you know?
How do you know?
Everyday phrases like those seem to abound about knowing something. But what about NOT knowing something?
“If anyone supposes that he knows anything, he has not yet known as he ought to know.” (I Cor. 8:2 NASB)
Knowledge is defined as facts, truth, information, data; skills acquired through experience. Are those things important? Sure. More important than intuition? More essential than gut feelings? Yes and no.
When authentic (God-defined), knowledge has to be the foundation of our faith, set firmly in place before intuition or gut feelings can be depended on. The Holy Spirit can and does inform, lead and guide by what we might call intuition or gut feelings, but his advice relies completely on God’s word.
If you were…
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