Tuesday 07 July 2020.
GoodNews Bible Church
Apostle George Amandi
SCRIPTURE: Jesus answered and said unto him,”Blessed art thou, Simon Barjona”: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. Matthew 16:17
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: What is not revealed cannot be desired.
Yesterday, “we saw that the Word of God reveals our inheritance in God. And when our inheritance is revealed, our possession is guaranteed.”
Today, we are going to see how the revelation of the Word brings the blessing:
1. Every revelation is pregnant with the blessing
The moment a revelation opens up,”the blessing is released. As Peter saw the revelation of who Jesus is, the word, ‘Blessed art thou…’ was released on him, and the blessing came upon him immediately (Mathew 16″:17). So,”anytime you see something new out of scripture, you have accessed a dimension of blessing you never had before.
2. Revelation opens your eyes to what is yours
Until your inheritance in God is revealed to you, you cannot understand that it is yours. The truth is, what is not revealed cannot be desired. What is not comprehended cannot be apprehended.
3. Revelation gives birth to the faith that receives
When you see a revelation from the Scripture, there would be a knowing, a conviction that what you saw is yours (Romans 10:17).
4. Revelation equips your spirit with might and power to take what is yours.
The energy and power to rise is injected into you when light comes upon you (Ecclesiastes 8:4). A revelation can turn a timid person into a lion; the more revelation you have,”the more brutal, rugged, aggressive, forceful and fight-full you become in the spirit against the devil.
Go for the revelation of God’s Word in order to access the benefits of the Word.
1. Write down all the revelations you receive while studying God’s Word.
2. Review the revelation consistently for refuelling by the fire and power that accompany the revelation.
PRAYER: Father, I connect with the power in Your Word in order to take possession of what is mine, Lord, in Jesus Name.