Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it can be the doorway to revelation for you. It’s an eager desire to know; inquisitiveness.
When approaching the study of seemingly difficult subjects to understand or interpret in the Scriptures, it is vitally important to ask the right questions like a detective seeking to solve a crime, or an archaeologist seeking to understand a new discovery.
Sometimes we have to put on our detective hat and dig and dig and dig around for clues, while all the time asking the right questions. We have to have a more noble Berean spirit to search out the Scriptures for truth.
We have to be intellectually honest, having an unbiased, honest attitude in a relentless pursuit of truth. It is amazing how when we approach Scripture that way, the Holy Spirit of Truth can begin to help us unravel the mysteries in the Word to us.
After all, is it not given to us as disciples of Christ to know the myseries of the Kingdom?
Do not allow a religious spirit to rob you of a Berean-spirit. Never think you know it all – just when you do, you may find out how little you really do know.
I have been on a pursuit of spiritual truth most of my life. And then there have been certain seasons in my walk with the Lord, where that pursuit has become absolutely relentless – like a bulldog that chomps down and won’t let go.
And there is nothing like the exhilaration you feel in your spirit when revelation comes, confirmed by His word, and you have discovered incredible treasure concerning His Kingdom.
Curiosity is a good thing – pursuing truth is a good thing. Its all about asking the right questions and not letting go until the answers come.