From Zack Eswine, in Sensing Jesus: Life and Ministry as a Human Being:
As pastors we will personally struggle with this. "I constantly feel that I am out of my depth," my pastor friend said. "Me too," I said. We both stared quietly into the distance for a moment. Then a few questions occurred to us. Why do we lament the fact that we do not know everything? Why do we speak of our being out of our depth with sadness and heavy sighing, as if we are failing something we were supposed to attain? "It is as if we feel we are supposed to repent for having limits with our knowledge," I said. "Who has taught us this?" he wondered. "Where does this expectation to know it all come from?" he asked. We paused and then laughed with shared embarrassment. We concluded that if we were to say to God, "Father, I constantly feel out of my depth," God would gently ask,
"And why is that a problem?"