If you find yourself in a lane of traffic marked with a left-pointing arrow, how do you interpret that arrow? Which way do you go? Do you understand that you are only authorized to turn left, or do you take it as merely a suggested direction of travel and turn right if you feel like it since it doesn't say you can't? Or what about using a public restroom? How do you determine which one you are authorized to enter? Do you men (for example) look at the sign that says "Ladies", and say, "This is not the one for me, I'd better keep looking", or do you say, "Well, it doesn't say men can't go in here"? In situations like these, the answers are pretty plain. It's common logic that we all use everyday. But when people study their Bibles, they often cast such logical, reasonable thinking aside in favor of what they want, or what they've been taught in the past. The silence of the Scriptures is important, far more so than many think. However, it's a concept that is demonstrated many times in the Bible. Take Noah for example. God told him to make an ark of gopher wood. In this command there are three specific demands: Noah was to build an ark - not a train or a house. It was to be made of wood - not metal or stone. It was to be made of gopher wood - not pine or cedar. Any deviation from God's specifications by Noah would have been disobedience, and likely resulted in the end of mankind. That's one of many. So, would you be arrested?