When you have a passion for something, it drives your desire to get more information. The more information you obtain, the more you fuel your passion.
For example, I enjoy metal detecting. Therefore, I am a part of several Facebook groups about metal detecting. I had a couple of magazine subscriptions for years, along with purchasing their annual special issues. I watch videos on TV and YouTube to learn from people who know how to get the most out of each trip.
With each new piece of material I view or read, I get more excited to be out in the field with my machine. Then, whenever I go out hunting, I realize there is so much more to learn that I go home and reread the same material to get all the parts that I missed the first time.
Passion and information are intimately linked. It doesn’t matter what your passion in life is today. The same principle applies if you like running, dogs, race cars, cigars, model airplanes, or possibly faith.
When you are walking with the Lord, you should want to know about God. The more you know, should fuel your passion for serving and loving him. And on and on, this merry-go-round goes.
If you lack passion in your faith, then get more information. On the other hand, if you are on fire for God right now, be sure to gather information about your faith at the same time, so you do not run out of gas. One will fuel the other and make you into all the God desires.