Know the way. Much is unknown to man. Mysteries of old continue without answer, for they are not for those of this time, but a time to come. To dig an endless hunt is not wise, for time is lost in the opinion of many. Know what I have made known. The Father has revealed the Son and the Spirit within those who abide for the journey. All truth is known by the Spirit and Word, but not all truth is given. The arrogance of man is to possess more than his neighbor, and the fool creates false knowledge to fill his lack. I have given much, but not all. You see now only partially, and it will remain so until the end of the age. It is for now to know the way, that you may shine brightly for others to follow. Receiving the light, they again lead the next. Know what I have given to know, and show he who has nothing, where to unearth what is already his. My Word is, that you might know Me and the ways of the Father, not that you would understand all things, for even the angels of heaven are without this. Know well My Word and My salvation, that many would know and believe.
1 Cor 13:12 (ESV) – For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I have been fully known.
Bottom Line: We live in an age where it can be embarrassing to say “I don’t know.” At work we may feel inadequate if we don’t know the answer. As Christians we may feel that we need to have all the answers as well. The truth is, we were not given all the answers. We don’t understand fully why there is suffering, why His plan seems to be taking so long, or the unfolding of the last days, but what we have been given clearly, we are to share – primarily, the gospel, the good news of Jesus Christ. Our job is to study His Word, live to please Him, and know and share His message of salvation and Godly living. The rest of His plan will eventually unfold. Don’t sweat knowing it all now.