The quest for the truth: how and why?

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Feb 7, 2017
The quest for the truth: how and why?

  • “The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel; to know wisdom and instruction; to recognize the words of understanding;” (Proverbs 1.1,2).

Three things are important:

  • acquire ken;
  • to be able to get instructions for our life through the knowledge procured;
  • to recognize the words of the prudence amid the instructions that we get.

Lamentably, most of the people procure only a tad of knowledge and stop. They think that, with this ken, they can tap into everybody’potential to sort out their problem.

Nevertheless, the true reason for our quest for being savant is to get practical guidance in order to be successful in our lives, know Jesus better and, above all, to be an example of how to deport in the most variegated experiences (Philippians 4.11-13), without wincing from the words of Jesus before the adversity. People need to see Jesus in action, confirming His Word through what we undergo.

So, let’s strain to work out the will of Jesus for us (Ephesians 5.16.17) so that we can be really enjoyable to Him and, certainly, we will have a good day. After all, the works of the Creator aren’t what we desire to do to please Him, but to prepare our heart to abide by His words (Ezra 7.9,10) and to trust on Him (John 6.29) to the point of we are ready for the work that He prepared for us (Acts 13.2)