What We Don’t Know

All too often, we inheritors of human nature, sum up people and situations with less than all of the facts. Even the word fact verses hearsay should be a concern. The news is hearsay, as well as what anyone tells us. How readily are conclusions formed on less than everything there is to know.

Then, there is the one clincher that we haven’t accomplished…walking a mile in someone’s shoes. You see, it’s not what we think we know, but what we don’t know that matters. There will always be blanks in our knowledge, but acceptance doesn’t require knowing with our minds…acceptance only asks us to believe with our hearts.

Categories: attitude, Bible, Christian, encouragement, faith, family, friends, hope, inspiration, Life, Love, marriage, memories, Reflections, Religion, Spirituality, thoughts | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “What We Don’t Know

  1. Reblogged this on Stumbling along the sidewalk and commented:
    Wise words. Perhaps, we need to ask God to change our hearts, so that our minds will be ready to accept where he is leading us.


  2. Really enjoyed this post. Very timely and right on. Sometimes God must work on our heart before our mind is ready. Wise words. Thanks for posting!


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  4. Wow, you left me thinking dad! Thank you for sharing. Great piece!


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