Aware of their discussion, Jesus asked them: “Why are you talking about having no bread? Do you still not see or understand? Are your hearts hardened? Do you have eyes but fail to see, and ears but fail to hear? And don’t you remember? When I broke the five loaves for the five thousand, how many basketfuls of pieces did you pick up?” “Twelve,” they replied. “And when I broke the seven loaves for the four thousand, how many basketfuls of pieces did you pick up?” They answered, “Seven.” He said to them, “Do you still not understand?”
It is a fact: there are things that we do not understand. There are things that we will never understand in this form of life. There are things that we do not “want to understand” as it is not convenient!
When I look around the wonderful creation of God, I take time to think as well the wonderful accomplishments that we , humans, had and have invented and created. Each time I conclude to one summary: how wisely, the Lord created all creation and gave us a brilliant brain to think and discover, to think and create, to think and invent!
It is a fact: there are things that we will never understand in this form of life. However, there is another fact: there are things that we need to understand, they are too essentials and the Lord has given us His written word (full of instructions, promises, facts and sayings) with which we can understand what it is important.
What it takes? It takes reading, studying, hearing, meditating, asking questions, believing for answers, searching, researching, knocking the door and mostly, REMEMBERING!
How much do we need to see and experience for us to see and understand? We do not remember all already done and accomplished? Please, go back and read again Mark 8v17-21 and remember, open your eyes and your ears. All is here, presented and open for us to understand and accept. Without knowledge and acceptance, nothing will change. So, start or keep working and the understanding will be seen and heard. Amen!
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