UNDERSTANDING VERSUS KNOWING ABOUT

One may know a great deal about some phase of human experience, yet not know how to make that knowledge practical. One may have an extensive theoretical knowledge of bridges, or ships, or power plants, yet not know how to put that knowledge to practical use.

In the field of religious knowledge, one may know a great deal about the Bible, yet not know how to use its teaching in daily living. A brilliant scholar of ancient and modern Christianity may know much about God and what He has done for men. Yet he may never have proved in his own experience God's healing power and presence. He is like one who knows all about bridges, but has never built one.

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