Curiosity is a natural instict of man. To desire knowledge must include the desire to apply that knowledge to life. Integrity is the discipline to practice without self interpretation. A life undisciplined interferes with the attempt to display truth.
The desire to understand should never be quenched. Curiosity is not what "killed the cat". It was the subject matter of which the cat was curious that lead to it's demise.
The will to identify the unknown has with it an element of fear, the natural human emotion built into us that acts as a "security" agent protecting you and me from an arguably vulnerable position, our sense of control.
Ephesians 3:18-19 describes that God is dementional. He desires us to know the height, width, and depth of His love.
Be bold! Explore the deepth, width, and height of God. Swim into the depth of His word. Climb the height of His ordinances, view the width of His glory.
The knowledge and understanding you obtain through practic…
Do you have a biblical worldview? Answer the following questions, based on claims found in the Bible and which George Barna used in his survey:
Do absolute moral truths exist?
Is absolute truth defined by the Bible?
Did Jesus Christ live a sinless life?
Is God the all-powerful and all-knowing Creator of the universe, and does He still rule it today?
Is salvation a gift from God that cannot be earned?
Is Satan real?
Does a Christian have a responsibility to share his or her faith in Christ with other people?
Is the Bible accurate in all of its teachings?
Did you answer yes to these?
Only 9 percent of "born- again" believers did. But what's more important than your yes to these questions is whether your life shows it. Granted, we are all sinners and fall short, but most of our gut reactions will reflect what we deep-down, honest-to-goodness believe to be real and true.
By Del Tacket article "What's a Christian World View?"