There was times when I was waiting for God’s "go-ahead" in a certain matter and became somewhat impatient an tried to move things along, and was really messing things up...then one Sunday my pastor preached about dis-obeidience and how in God’s eyes it like witchcraft, I cringed as I realized what I was doing -In my ingnorance was actually trying to manipulate God’s plan to suit my time frame--- the Holy Spirit let me know that maintaining union with God is my most important responsibility . . .
In a world consumed with thoughts of itself, filled with people impressed with each other, having disconnected with the only One worthy of praise, it’s time we return to The basics and sit silently in His presence. It’s time we catch a fresh glimpse of Him who, alone, is awesome yet, incomprehensible. He is our infinite, all powerful, inexhaustible God. Any earnest study of Him takes us from an unconscious to conscious awareness of our ignorance.
Chuck Swindoll said "When we realize that God is incomprehensible, the benefit is that we no longer reduce Him to manageable terms. We are no longer tempted to manipulate Him and His will . . . or defend Him and His ways." Like Isaiah the prophet, we get new glimpses of Him "lofty and exalted," surrounded by legions of seraphim who witness Him as the "Lord of hosts" as they shout forth His praises in antiphonal voice (Isa. 6:1-2). All this gives true meaning to the psalmist hymn:
O Lord, our Lord,
How majestic is Your name in all the earth. . . .
When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers,
The moon and the stars, which You have ordained;
What is man that You take thought of him? (Ps. 8:1, 3-4)