Email Tips: “I Don’t Know”

This "tip" was originally delivered on Saturday, March 29th, 2014 .

Nobody has all the answers, but wouldn’t we all like to?

If someone asks you a question that you can’t answer there is a proper Biblical response:

“I don’t know.”

Admitting that you don’t know the answer is not a failure to minister, it is honesty. If we are still learning anything, then there are many things we do not yet know.

People learn. People grow. What people know changes.

Ignorance is not knowing. Wisdom is admitting what “you don’t know”. A fool knows he is ignorant and claims to know anyway. A fool is dishonest.

Admit your ignorance. Then grow out of it by learning.

The first place to start learning about God is in the Bible, not in a laboratory, on television, or on Google.

If you know anything know this: God’s word is true. I don’t know about the rest.

For His glory,

Justin “I don’t know everything” Johnson

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