Reflection 132: The Incomprehensible God

One common tendency we all have is curiosity.  We easily become curious about almost everything, desiring to know.  Magazines, news articles, shows, daily gossip sessions, etc., all have as their aim the satisfaction of our curiosity.  This curiosity must turn into a desire to know God and all He speaks to us.  But, with that said, we must also know that we cannot know.  The wisdom and Will of God are so far beyond our limited minds and hearts that we will never be able to understand their mystery.  Life is a mystery.  Struggle and hardship are mysteries.  Love is a mystery.  And yet, as we humbly face the countless mysteries of life, we also face the incomprehensible mystery of God.  Interestingly, knowing that we do not know, and understanding that we cannot understand, present us with the great mystery of God.  In the face of this incomprehensible Mystery, we are in the presence of God.  This is a gift!  This silencing of our understanding before the mystery of God enables us to face life in faith.  Faith is a way of knowing without fully comprehending.  It’s a gift enabling us to walk through life in darkness, yet with clarity and certainty (See Diary #651).

Do you find that you do not understand God or His ways?  Do you look at your life and wonder, “Why this?” or “Why that?”  or “Where is God in all of this?”  God and His ways are a mystery.  But, as a mystery, you are invited to enter in with the darkness of faith.  This will only make sense if you let the Holy Spirit penetrate your thoughts and teach you in a new way.  Your “understanding” of the Mind and Will of God will not so much be like other forms of knowledge; rather, your knowledge will be new, certain, clear, deep, and yet mysterious at the same time.  Allow yourself to be taught by faith and you will be able to face any and every mystery and hardship that you encounter in life.

Lord, oh Incomprehensible Mystery!  I stand before You in awe and in darkness.  Yet in the darkness of my understanding, I reaffirm my faith and trust in You.  As I face the mystery of my life and, even more so, the mystery of Your life, I allow You to consume me with the gift of faith.  Help me to believe without seeing and to know without understanding.  Most importantly, I desire and choose to give my life to You, oh Incomprehensible Mystery, and I choose You above all else.  Jesus, I trust in You.

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