Wouldn't it be awesome to be able to read the Bible in the original Greek and Hebrew? Or to be a theology professor, and know all that's been written about God throughout the whole of human history? That knowledge can be a fantastic tool to help you get closer to God, if that's what you want it for. If you want it for any other reason, beware. Ecclesiastes 1:17 NLT tells of someone who ran after head-knowledge for its own sake: 'So I set out to learn everything from wisdom to madness and folly. But I learned firsthand that pursuing all this is like chasing the wind.'
A Christian isn't someone who knows the Bible inside out. It's someone who knows (and is getting to know) God personally. Romans 12:2 ESV says that we should '... be transformed by the renewal of your mind...', so God's not against us learning stuff, especially about Him. But He's pretty intent on what we read making its way into how we think and what we do.
And God set us the example here: Jesus. Jesus is, literally, the 'Word' of God made flesh (If God has something to say to Creation, Jesus is it. One to think about, there...). God displayed some pretty amazing theology in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
So what now? Spend a couple of minutes thinking of the most positive word you can find, then look up definitions of that word. Make a plan of three actions that would be living that word out, and do them in the next 24 hours (and journal how it goes).
Soulfood : Dan 6:1-24, Acts 12:1-19