Puzzles are solved with information. Mysteries require judgment, assessment of uncertainties and penetrating questions that un-layer the puzzle.
A mystery will not be solved by puzzle solvers.
I’ve found in the church that we have a lot of puzzle solvers. People who believe we just need more information. And then if we plug that information in, it will bring the right result. This result is the end/finish/goal. My experience is that "the result" is seldom the end. It’s usually the beginning... the mystery.
Puzzles need to be solved. There's nothing wrong with that. But, maybe you're in a mystery.