But I think there is a purpose to knowing things that are too amazing to comprehend. There are days
when that weight has its effect - days when you don't feel like an heir of God. Some days you just feel like an engineer who
can't get all your work done. Some days you feel like a son who can't figure out how to be that. Or a parent, likewise. Some
days you just feel frail: physically, spiritually.
Those days are when you feel
the weight of truths like "heir of God" and "fellow heirs with Christ" even without comprehending them.
Everything God has prepared from eternity to give to you is ready to be inherited. The circumstances that define Jesus' existence
in eternity, He waits to share with you. And the contrast between those blessings and your life here overwhelms you.
This seems related
to Paul's prayer in Eph 3 where he prays for them to "know the love of Christ which surpasses knowledge." Why pray
for such a paradox? Because it's those days when your own knowledge fails you so spectacularly that you come closest to grasping
"love which surpasses knowledge;" or when your body fails, you get a peek at love which surpasses physical life;
or when you fail, you appreciate all the more love which surpasses and conquers sin.