Who You Gonna Listen To?
Did you know that you can fit Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Jersey, West Virginia, Indiana, Hawaii, New Hampshire and South Carolina all into Texas, with enough room left over for a few more! So lets add Maine and Indiana, and we still have enough room for Rhode Island again!
Texas is a big place and unless people from places like Rhode Island, Delaware and Connecticut have been here, and driven across the state, I don't believe they fully understand just how big it is.
God is big too, and I don't think any of us can fully comprehend just how big He is. Our finite human minds can't conceive what all God is, what all He has, and what all He can do. But like the people of New Hampshire who know Texas is really really big, we know God is too, we just need to remember it's so much more than we can wrap our minds around. And as far as Texas goes, God in His infinite power, spoke it into existence, along with some places a whole lot bigger than Texas. He has placed some planets out in space that make our entire Earth look like a pinpoint on a football field.
God's knowledge is the same, His wisdom is the same, His love is the same, all so much greater or vastly superior to our own that we can't absorb it all, yet mankind in his wisdom, seems to think he is able to compete with God regarding wisdom and knowledge, and it's always been that way. The people of old thousands of years ago also pursued their own wisdom, and competed with God, and we know they were nowhere near as smart as men today who have managed to explore space, and split the atom, yet all of man's wisdom today remains only a pinpoint on a football field when compared to God's.
"For the foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than human strength." (1 Cor 1:25) "For the wisdom of this world is foolishness in God’s sight..." (1 Cor 3:19) "But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong." (1 Cor 1:27) "Do you see a person wise in their own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for them. (Prov 26:12)
The question we all must answer is, who are we going to listen to?