I Don’t Know

Sometimes I think it’s difficult to say these words, “I don’t know.” The reason that I make this observation is because of the numerous times people deflect a question to which they don’t know the answer. For example, I’ll ask my kids if they have homework in a particular subject & they often proceed to tell me about what happened in class today. Rather than say, “I don’t know if I have homework”, they redirect my question to a similar topic without answering the direct question.  
In our web savvy world, it seems to frequently be an implied supposition that we know more than we do. 

There’s no shame in not knowing something & it’s always helpful to remember that God knows everything. 

When Abraham was instructed to sacrifice Isaac in Genesis 22, Isaac asked his dad, “Where’s the sacrifice?” Abraham didn’t know where he would get a sacrifice but his reply helps us frame our perspective for all the stuff we don’t know, “God will supply for this need”. 

We don’t have to know an answer to trust that God has solutions & provisions. Let’s keep our eyes on God!

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