Walking By Revelation By Pastor Kenny Folarin. DayStar Christian Centre


English: Elisha raising the Shunammites Son

English: Elisha raising the Shunammites Son (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Walking By Revelation By Pastor Kenny Folarin. DayStar Christian Centre

1 Corinthians 2: 9-10

God never intended that Man should run his affairs with human ability or sense knowledge. As Christians, we can leverage on our access to the supernatural realm to get tangible, visible results in our lives. Sense knowledge is limited because it is based on the five senses while revelation knowledge comes from God. When you are influenced by the spirit world, it impacts the things you see and hear and determines the kind of results you get (Isaiah 30:20).  The difference between sense knowledge and revelation knowledge is demonstrated in the story narrated in 2 Kings 6: 13-17. The king of Syria had sent out a great army to capture Elisha, the prophet. The army arrived at night and surrounded the city. When Elisha’s servant saw them, he was afraid. However, Elisha was unmoved and assured the young man. He also prayed “Lord, I pray, open his eyes that he may see.” Then the Lord opened the eyes of the young man and he saw horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha. The eyes that Elisha prayed should be opened were not the physical eyes but rather the young man’s spiritual eyes. These were two people in the same situation but they saw differently – one saw the problem; the other saw the solution. What are you seeing?  What you see with your spiritual eyes is what you will see with your physical eyes. Unfortunately, many Christians run their lives based on the natural senses and what can be seen physically. You have got to see and hear differently (Genesis 13: 14-16; 15 vs. 5). What you see determines what you seize.

The key to walking in revelation is the person of the Holy Spirit. He is the One who bridges the gap between the natural and the supernatural (1 Corinthians 2 vs. 10).  He is the One who helps us to get inspiration (Ephesians 1 vs. 16-18). If the Holy Spirit does not show us the hidden things, then we do not have access to them. God wants us to run every aspect of our lives on revelation knowledge. In Genesis 26, there was a famine in the land and Isaac wanted to go to Egypt because of the famine but he was instructed by God to stay in the land and sow during the famine and he reaped a hundredfold. He became extremely prosperous because he obeyed God.

To have access to revelation knowledge, you need to pray. Prayer is an opportunity for you to relate with God and gain access to the supernatural world (Jeremiah 33:3). Spend time praying in the Holy Ghost to build up your faith. Also, meditate (think deeply) on God’s word (Joshua 1: 8; Psalm 39:3). Get inspired by God’s prophet – the servant of God. Do not take lightly the words which proceed from those God has put in authority over you in church. Read materials written or produced by them; listen to their messages, follow their advice (Acts 27: 9-24).

 

May GOD bless Nigeria, America and Israel and take care of us; May GOD make His face shine upon us, And be gracious to us; May the LORD lift up His countenance upon us, And give us peace, In Jesus Christ Name, we pray! Amen!

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4 Responses to Walking By Revelation By Pastor Kenny Folarin. DayStar Christian Centre

  1. ike says:

    He is on point.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Pingback: Persecuted Christians! Acts 5:29 But Peter and the apostles answered, “We must obey God rather than men” | God Loves Bummyla

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