In The Knowledge Of The Holy, by Tozer, I read...
"That God can be known by the soul in tender personal experience while remaining infinitely aloof from the curious eyes of reason, constitutes a paradox best described as..."
"Darkness to the intellect
But sunshine to the heart."
Frederick W. Faber
Oh my, those are words of Godly wisdom... that man struggles with.
Let us not forget GOD...
Is not to be compared in any way to mortal man.
God... omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, perfect, true, lovely, without sin, powerful beyond what man can imagine, faithful Father.
He wants us to know Him as Tozer and Faber shared.
Do not seek wisdom from man to understand GOD.
Think outside the box.
God has never been there.
Trust in something so much bigger than you.
"For the wisdom of the world is foolishness in God's sight.
As it is written, He catches the wise in their craftiness."
1 Corinthians 3:19
Do not be fooled by worldly wisdom today. It is foolishness.
Instead, seek faith.
"Darkness to the intellect, But sunshine to the heart."