Paul was familiar with the great thinkers of Greece. They had discovered the certainties of mathematics. Reason worked for figures so they imagined that it would work for everything else – the meaning of life, God, and the whole business of life. They set thinkers off on a wrong trail to this day. Paul knew what had happened, and told the learned thinkers of Corinth that the world through wisdom did not know Him (1 Corinthians 1:21). Faith is a personal relationship, not a mathematical relationship between numbers. We know what God did yesterday, but we have to trust Him for today and tomorrow. Faith is similar to love. It is a heart matter. We do not decide to fall in love after weighing all the pros and cons. Couples get married on trust, not on scientific evidence or conclusive logic. “In Thee O Lord do I put my trust…” (Psalm 31,1) God bless you.