HOW REVELATION WORKS 5
The tremendous impact the power of revelation brings into our lives is a process not an event. Sometimes it can be instant. We saw this in the life of John G. Lake whose wife was miraculously healed after he discovered Godís will and power to heal in Acts 10:38. Other times it takes time to see the work of revelation in our circumstances. This is evident in the growth of the new Christian as he usually takes time to drop the baggage of bad habits as his mind is renewed by Godís Word.
God takes us through the process of revelation to change us. 2 Corinthians 3:18 alludes to this. He is more concerned with what happens in us than what happens to us. Once we can be transformed by the process of revelation, we gain the capacity to reproduce the miracles that divine understanding offers us.
Whether Godís Word produces instantaneous success or not, one thing is certain-ďGod is not like men, who lie; He is not a human who changes his mind. Whatever he promises, he does; He speaks, and it is done.Ē (Numbers 23:19). This is why we should keep seeing miracles in impossibilities. This is why we should keep saying what God says about our circumstances. Godís faithfulness should encourage us to persist until we experience the fulfillment of His promises.
As you consistently run to what God has shown you, your faith will be reinforced. As you press on you will experience the life-changing power of divine insight. You will unravel the new you.
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