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There are so many good things one can say about knowledge. It opens doors of opportunity. It empowers one to make good decisions. It enables one to be able to teach others. It is also impressive to be known as a knowledgeable person. Within Christianity one with a deep knowledge of the Bible is given great respect. It comes as something of a surprise to read the words of perhaps the most educated and knowledgeable Christian of the first century when he wrote, “knowledge puffs up.” A puffer fish is a fitting example of one who may have knowledge but does not have love. Working with people who are weak in faith due to their lack of knowledge, is difficult at times. The puffer fish illustrates us when we are proud of our knowledge and the enlightenment such knowledge provides. What would we look like if we had genuine love for the weak, “for whom Christ died”?
I put a counter on this page to see how many “hits” I get each week: it is somewhere around 30-40. I’d love to read your comments about the sermon, my reading list, or anything else related. It’s really easy. At the bottom of this post click the link marked “comments”. On your left you’ll see what others have written and on your right is a form for you to fill out. You don’t have to have a blog or a web page to leave a comment. You can even be anonymous if you like (but at least put your first name in your comments!). Click “publish your comment” and you’re done.