12 Weeks of Prayer Week 3 Day 4
By Justin N. Citro
Vice President of Thread of Hope, Inc.
"The heart of him that hath understanding
but the mouth of fools
feedeth on foolishness."
Proverbs 15:14 KJV
Continuing the topic of receiving revelation, I will now touch on how revelation is vital for knowledge in these last days. Revelation and knowledge go hand in hand for how can we have knowledge without experiencing a revelation? God gives knowledge to His people in many ways, through His Word, dreams, and of course, sudden revelations. In these last days having the knowledge of what is happening around us is vital for the knowledge of the Christian for the Lord is speaking to His people and giving them instructions on how to go forward with certain situations. Let's see what the Bible has to say about having knowledge. The Bible says in the book of Proverbs 15:14 KJV , "The heart of him that hath understanding seeketh knowledge: but the mouth of fools feedeth on foolishness." This verse explains the fact of wanting knowledge and not wanting knowledge. You see having the gift in trying times is a gateway on how to handle future situations. The Lord equips His people by giving them revelation, and the important thing here is to hear what the Lord is telling you. The Lord never leaves His people without instructions! The Hope I give to you, Brothers and Sisters, is this: Read and study the Word, and equip yourself with the knowledge of the Living God. The Lord loves His people, and it pains Him when His people do not listen to Him and choose to reject His knowledge. I say to you that now it is better to receive the revelation of the Lord than to reject it. Heavenly Father, I thank You, and I praise You. Thank You for Your knowledge. I pray that I receive Your knowledge, Lord, because Your ways are better than my ways! I come before You, searching for Your revelation, and guide me so that I walk in Your ways. In Jesus' name, Amen!
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