WALKING IN REVELATION KNOWLEDGE
Jesus was able to face every circumstance, every battle from a strong position of knowing because the Father had revealed these things to Him in prayer. Jesus was prepared in advance for every attack of the enemy. He knew how and when the enemy would attack. He knew exactly what the Father wanted Him to do and say.
As an end-time spiritual warrior, God has planned for you to live in this same powerful dimension of revelation. He has planned for you to grow up into the full stature of Jesus — nothing less than Christ’s own perfection (Ephesians 4:13).
Think about that for a moment. Let it sink in. You can receive revelation knowledge straight from Heaven just as Jesus did. You don’t need to wonder or guess about what is going on in your life. You can know. You can live on the cutting edge, discerning the times and signs of Jesus’ coming. You can hear and know the voice of God as He speaks to His people today. You can know and discern evil spirits, powers, and principalities that have built strongholds in your home, your city, and your nation. You can know how, when, and where the enemy is going to attack before he attacks.
Think about the battles you are facing right now. Through revelation knowledge you can receive in prayer, you can discern and locate the enemy. You will know the root causes of the problem you are facing. You will receive the answers that you are desperately seeking.
Many Christians want to receive revelation from God, but they are not willing to pay the price. They are not willing to follow Christ’s example in prayer. Some do not feel they are worthy or that it is possible for them to receive revelation from God. Others do not know what they must do to receive revelation
The Father desires to pour revelation knowledge through you. As one of His sons or daughters, He wants you to come to Him as Jesus did to receive revelation and direction. Jesus said, “…the Son can do nothing by himself; he can do only what he sees his Father doing, because whatever the Father does the Son also does” (John 5:19, NIV).
If Jesus recognized that He could do nothing except what the Father revealed to Him in prayer, how much more must we recognize that we cannot and should not do anything without waiting upon God in prayer to receive the revelation and direction we need.
Make this declaration:
I will wait on God to receive the revelation and direction I need for this day.