God created the soul of man with five parts: mind, emotions, volition (which can be either positive or negative toward God), conscience (the norms and standards for thinking), and self-consciousness (being aware each moment of God, self, people, or circumstances). Because of His nature, God desires that our souls would be filled with precise light through the entrance of His Word so that our thoughts and feelings will be precise.
God wants us to have precise power, precise joy, precise love, precise forgiveness, precise kindness, precise patience, and precise attitudes of grace toward one another. He wants our values of family, education, economics, and government to be realistic. God wants precise light to shine in the darkness that has accumulated in the old sin nature through Adam’s Fall.
When the Word of God enters into our souls in preciseness, we begin to have the mind of Christ (Philippians 2:5; 1 Corinthians 2:16). Children, teenagers, young adults, and older people can think the way God thinks through the grace of God. This is divine viewpoint. Divine viewpoint provides us with divine power; divine power gives us divine provision; and divine provision gives us divine guidance.