Many, many years ago in a galaxy far, far away, while I was on active duty (1966-1969), I worked for an orthopedic surgeon (Dr. Salerno) in the operating room who once told me “you don’t have to be smart to be a doctor but you do have to be persistent.”
Let’s apply that to Scriptures. “You don’t have to be smart to be a student of Scriptures but you do have to be persistent.”
I now have more time than most working people so I try to pass on what I have learned to others who, perhaps, don’t have the time or just don’t make the time and I do understand.
I have been there. This is not about me. It is all about Him because we are only grasshoppers in Yahuah’s eyes. Without Him we would be nothing and what do we owe Him in return for His sacrifice for us.
Acts 17:10-12 (11): “And the brothers immediately sent Sha’ul and Silas away by night to Beroia, who, having come, went into the congregation of the Yahudim. ‘Now these were more noble than those in Thessalonike, who received the word with great eagerness, and searched the Scriptures daily, if these words were so.’ Then many of them truly believed, and also not a few of the Greeks, decent women as well as men.”
Search the Scriptures daily, brothers and sisters.