Want Him to Read Your Mind? Yada, Yada, Yada

Do you wish your partner could read your mind?

Do you really want someone to know everything about you?

God knows. Does that make you uncomfortable?

Let’s look at the Hebrew word “yada” (to know) to discover why being known by God is actually a good thing, and why knowing God brings freedom, not fear.

Read it all here.

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I’m writing today at Do Not Depart for our #OTHebrewWords series.

Will you join me thereyada, yada, yada?

9 thoughts on “Want Him to Read Your Mind? Yada, Yada, Yada

  1. ESTHER | CHOSEN & CHERISHED

    Awesome, informative post!! As a new believer, I used to feel extremely uncomfortable with the thought of God knowing EVERYTHING about me. I cringed at the thought of Him knowing all the things I had done. Now, I see the beauty in Him knowing. When we allow Him to “uncover” those hidden areas, His sufficient grace “covers” them – for good! There is absolute freedom in that!

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      Yes! That was my journey too, Esther. It took awhile to realize that his omniscience is a GOOD thing, not a fearful thing. But once I got it, I did find much freedom and peace in it. Thanks for sharing these thoughts.

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      This is for sure: we’ll never run out of new things to learn! I love learning too. I suppose God doesn’t get that feeling since he knows everything already? 🙂

  2. Diana

    I learned a new word in Hebrew “yada” thank you for that. I am so glad to be known by God , and to know Him intimately. Looking forward to reading the rest.
    visiting you from dance with Jesus linkup

    Diana

  3. Lori Schumaker

    Just jumped over to read your post, Lisa! I am so thankful for a God who knows me inside and out. From head to toe – the good and the bad. And the best part? He still loves me! 😉

    Thanks, as always, for sharing at #MomentsofHope ♥ I am so thankful for you!
    Blessings and smiles,
    Lori


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