Knowledge by itself is not powerful. Knowledge always needs understanding plus wisdom—the latter is that good judgment that moves human beings to apply what they know. This principle is operational in their natural and spiritual worlds.
A haiku’s image often is not as clear to its readers as it is to the person who composed it. Perhaps this truth is why occasionally all it takes is a word picture (graphic) to make a haiku’s word picture (moment or scene’s verbal expression) vivid.
The way we obtain the Keys of the Kingdom (spiritual wisdom, knowledge, and understanding) is through the Holy Spirit, who is ONE with Christ and ONE with God.
How many times have you heard people say that Christianity is a religion? How many times have you heard “other beliefs” debaters say that, since “Christianity is a religion” that is a mixture of many religious tenets and worldly philosophies, Christians, thus, need to make room for other beliefs?