Divine Revelations

Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the LORD with all your heart; and lean not to your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct your paths.”

Firstly, it is important to recognize that Life is a product of the choice you make. You are in this world but not of the world. When you came to this world, you had a chance to decide on the choice of life you want to have. You can choose to dwell in the spirit or remain in the flesh; the choice is yours but remember, the things of the spirits (Revelations) controls the physical.

God makes himself known as Lord through divine revelation, which is given to all through the help of the Holy Spirit. This was also revealed to specific people through events, inspired human words recorded as Scripture, and through Jesus Christ himself.

The Good News is that we come from the loving hands of a God who wishes to reveal himself to us and draw us into a loving relationship with him, into an intimate relationship with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Even though God is essentially a mystery, a mystery so profound that we cannot comprehend, this God has not removed himself from us. In fact in Him “we live, move and have our being(Acts 17:28). Not only that, but our loving God has placed within us a capacity to respond to his outreaches to us.

Even though we tend to suppress the knowledge of God with our sins, He has clearly communicated about himself to us and that explains why we were created in his own image. God made Adam and Eve in his image to be the revelations of himself (Gen. 1:26–27). And it should not surprise us that the highest, deepest divine revelation is the Lord Jesus Christ, whom we are said to be joint-heirs with.

Hmmm, God’s divine revelations are our birthright. Praise God!

Beloved, If we are to bask in the euphoria of God’s revelations and know Him, we need to seek knowledge in God’s way. Many have tried to gain knowledge of God through their unaided reason, or some kind of subjective intuition. But the Bible has told us not only who He is but also how we should seek knowledge of him. That knowledge comes as we attend to his created world, not repressing the truth in unrighteousness, but accepting his guidance, his special revelation in Scripture and Jesus. Only through these appointed means can we receive the gift of divine revelations and come to know him as our Savior.

I pray that the Lord will grant us all the grace to discern and understand this god-given birthright of ours. Amen!

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