33 O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out!
God is abundant in knowledge and wisdom (v33), so there is no use in trying to outsmart or outwit Him. Remember the cunning Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5? They tried to outsmart God by lying about how much money they made from selling their home. God did not need for their neighbors, the one who bought the house, or the one who helped negotiate the price to tell Him how much they bought the house for. Given the richness of His wisdom and knowledge, He knew. Then His Holy Spirit revealed it to His apostles and immediately took action against them.
God is a reservoir of knowledge. He knows your truths and your lies. He knows your strengths and your weaknesses. He is the only one who knows the end of a matter from the beginning and declares it (Is 46:10). As His knowledge is vast, so are His ways of dealing with what He knows. This is why it is critical for us to walk and cooperate with God.
We are all struggling to fulfill destiny on earth and try not to lose our spot in heaven by defiling ourselves in the process. We mess up and then think that by staying away from God, lying to Him and trying to cover up our sins will solve our problem. It never will. God is a reservoir of knowledge. He knows everything that we did, are doing and will do. So why not go to Him? Confess your sins and be restored. Do not die a physical death only to burn in eternal hell like Ananias and Saphhira.
God bless you.