Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Consecration, Revelation, Inspiration

1 Corinthians 14:2 (AMP)

For one who speaks in an [unknown] tongue speaks not to men but to God, for no one understands or catches his meaning, because in the [Holy] Spirit he utters secret truths and hidden things [not obvious to the understanding].

Consecration defined:
  • to sanctify or set apart for a special purpose.
When we allow our lives to be totally consecrated to the Lord we open the door of our lives for Divine impartation. Consistent communion and fellowship with God positions us for explanation of unanswered questions in our hearts. Questions such as; “Lord what do I do next?” or “What church should I be attending?” or “Is this the right job for me?” or “Should I be moving to such and such a state?” or “Is this what you called me to do or am I following my own plans?” God reveals secret truths that are not obvious to our natural understanding.
Revelation defined:
  • The revealing of something previously hidden or secret.
There are things that you and I simply just don’t know. God has specific instructions and insight for each individual life. God does not hide things or information from us but rather for us. The scriptures tell us that God will not withhold any good thing from us, Psalms 84:11. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. God’s presence cultivates inspiration.
Inspiration defined:
  • Divine guidance and influence on human beings.
  • The quality of being stimulated to creative thought or activity, or the manifestation of this.
When we spend time with God, His nearness inspires creativity in us. You become like and begin to imitate what you spend time with. God has creative ideas for your life but we must get them from inspired moments in His presence.

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