Once we know the Word of God, we can put it to work in our lives, please him by keeping his commandments. As we read the Bible, we are told to take every thought captive as we learn one word at a time. Proverbs 4: 7 says that knowing God's wisdom is the most important thing. You can visit Amazing BibleTimeline to get more information about the biblical timeline.
However, perhaps even more important to understand that the knowledge and wisdom that we have gained through the Bible is not only beneficial for the rest of our life on earth in the flesh. The Bible says that in the next life, we will receive a new glorified body, but what happens to the mind when we die?
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We each would bring our own level of spiritual maturity with us, which we acquired and maintained in this life. We will not be the same in heaven. We are not going to suddenly know everything, because God is the only one who is omniscient. 2 Corinthians 2: 5-10 shows that we will take with us our spiritual maturity, and it will be an important factor in the judgment seat of Christ.
It is very important to understand that each Christian is individually responsible for their own learning, comprehension, and interpretation of the Word of God. Unfortunately, many Christians accept the view pastor or other teacher without question. They assume that because their pastor has had no formal training, then it must be true.