A defining characteristic of this generation is our immediate access to information. We settle arguments among each other by quickly pulling out our smartphones.
See, the concert starts at 7:30 tonight.
If a guy looks kind of familiar in a movie we can get on imdb.com (Internet Movie Database) and determine almost instantaneously who they are and where we have seen them before.
Yep, that is the same guy from 28 Days Later.
We do not have to “know it all” because we have access to the information. Yet this trivial ability goes way beyond trivia. In our lives and for our lives there is a source of knowledge to help us excel everyday at being Christ-like.
This is good news because to
Fear of the LORD is the foundation of true knowledge,
but fools despise wisdom and discipline. – Proverbs 1:7
Tomorrow I take roughly a 5 hour round trip journey to look for work. Looking for work is a job. There are so many people offering advice that it is easy to confused and not know which way to turn; however, I have been blessed to already have a few interviews.
It is hard to not know which way to go. It is harder work to have a desire of your own and begin to wonder if that is the way God would have you go. I am excited about this job interview but I DO NOT want it if it is not where I am supposed to be. That’s my prayer. I’ll let you know how it turns out.
I think I will download this book now, maybe you will enjoy it too. It is only 99 cents on Amazon “No Help Wanted: Becoming You When You Can’t Work For Them“. My friend Bill wrote it.