A relationship with Jesus is one of ongoing inquiry and curiosity. We are repeatedly confronted with questions concerning his sacrifice, his teaching, his person. Yet, it seems that for as many questions with comfortable solutions, more questions arise, and our search to know more continues.
The Christian’s pursuit of knowing does not arise out of a desire to arrive at a singular conclusion, thus completing our search. Our pursuit is a result of looking upon something that we cannot look away from. The glory of pursuing the living God is unlike anything we’ve ever known. It surpasses what we know to be beautiful and forces us to redefine the word beautiful itself. Love is redefined. Peace is redefined. Hope is redefined. Victory is redefined. You think you know, and you think you know, but then you realize that you will never fully know until you are with him, made like him in a place where there is nothing but him.
Protect and defend this childlike nature that persistently asks why and how. We were designed to learn, but we were ultimately designed to learn about all things in order to increase our love for our creator. To learn with any other motive or objective leaves us with information that we cannot take with us when we part from this world. Any knowledge but this will, over time, wither and fade just as the grass and the flowers of the fields. Knowledge is of this world, but truth is eternal. Open up the scriptures seeking to behold the glory of the Son. Seek to know truth and the truth will set free: not because it is moral, virtuous or logical, but because truth itself is embodied in the physical manifestation of the living God in Jesus Christ himself.