Not knowing is good


1 Corinthians 8:1-2 Knowledge puffs up while love builds up.2 Those who think they know something do not yet know as they ought to know.

There is a lot to “know” out there. The information that is made available to the world seems to double every day. Those who want to “know it all” must come to a point that they “don’t know it all”. In fact, not knowing it all is good.

When we think we know it all, we got to re-think. When we think we know something, we do not know as we ought to know, Paul says.

The best knowledge we can have is the knowledge of love, or rather the action of love. Love builds up.

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