Such knowledge is too wonderful for me; it is high, I cannot attain it. (Psalm 139:6)
I personally believe that you cannot confess that Jehovah is God without confessing that He knows all things. When you come to the bottom line, however, most of us are far more concerned about what someone else is saying about us than the fact that the God who knows us is there and knows me intensely, comprehensively, mentally, and verbally. He knows us by sifting us, digging through us, hemming us in, and knowing our thoughts before we think them and our words before we speak them. That is not only a judgment, but also an encouragement.
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