Godly curiosity helps us recognise and avoid evil
or boundaries for inquiring minds except in learning about evil, so be discerning to not unwittingly come under the sway of false spiritual powers (Deut 12:30; Rom 16:19; 1 Cor 14:20; Eph 6:11,12).
Pray for wisdom to discern where your interests are to be directed
so we live with no regrets (Rom 12:1,2; 2 Cor 10:5; Phil 4:8). As we are easily drawn away by temptation, know what is abhorrent to the Holy Spirit and stay well clear (Jas 1:13,14; 1 Jn 4:1). In other matters, it is acceptable to explore new possibilities, gain understanding, insight and make discoveries as ignorance and not knowing hinders progress. In our thirst for knowledge may it not be true of us, “always learning but never able to acknowledge the truth” or come to a real understanding (2 Tim 3:7). Ask yourself, ‘What can I learn from this, is it something I should do or not do’. Should I be taking a different approach in some area of my life?
Moses was surprised and intrigued at seeing a bush on fire yet not being consumed by the flames (Ex 3:3). This brought him closer to God. A
curious mind is open to the unexpected, new discoveries and possibilities, to see God's dynamic and creative work in the world.