Searching for the blessings and promises of God will send us on a journey and if we are not careful, we will find ourselves in search of facts. Fact finding can dissuade your faith-walk and then sends you on a wild goose chase to find something that isn’t for us to figure out but rather walk out by faith. Ask yourself a really serious question and then answer it. Am I on a fact-finding mission or are you walking by faith? If you could figure it out, it wouldn’t be called faith but rather a scavenger hunt. God will give us clues as to how best to navigate our walk but it must be by faith. “For faith is the substance of things hoped for; and the evidence of things not seen”. If you can see it coming down the pipeline then what is coming aren’t those deep things of God that only can be revealed by his spirit. Our valuables that are most dear to us are not readily accessible to anyone who may enter our house as a guest or looky-loo but only those close to us are made privy to the where our cache of family heirlooms and valuables are kept safe from thieves and prying eyes. Our enemy has come that he might steal, kill and destroy. God is much aware of the tricks and snares of the enemy. Quite honestly, I am thankful that he didn’t give me anything that I truly desired until I was able to understand somewhat of his reasoning’s behind why he does the things that he does because had I received them earlier – I would be bankrupt spiritually and left destitute of all blessings that he would have bestowed because I didn’t understand faith, his character or the process. Trust that the Father knows best – that is the only fact worth finding out.