TO BE GRIEVED means to suddenly have a sinking sensation in the pit of your belly over a matter; you lose all joy on the matter and an unexplainable sense of sorrow overpowers you concerning the matter. The fact that someone is talking religiously and quoting scriptures does not mean God is moving through him.
Paul was suddenly grieved in Acts 16. There was no way in the natural for Paul to discover this. They could have rationalized it that God had sent her. Many enter into alliance with occultic people or New Age movement by neglecting their spirits.
TO REVEAL means to allow to be made known. REVELATION is like having a sensation like a light go up in your belly on an issue and you just suddenly see the thing in its true colour. How are we going to discover hidden spirits? By revelation. A minister’s wife once told me about a lady that came to see her husband. Immediately she saw this lady, she had a revelation that the lady wanted to cause her husband to fall and she called her husband and told him. The moment you have a revelation about something, you should then handle it properly.
Jesus had known all along who would betray Him and He still went along with him. That is why the Bible says, “A spiritual man judged all things yet he is judged of no man” because he’s flowing with everybody with revelation. Revelation is not something that happens for long. It just happens in a flash. We have to be alert to our spirit man to be able to track it.
PRAYER: Lord, I pray for the baptism of the spirit of wisdom and revelation, that the eyes of my understanding be enlightened in Jesus’ name. Amen.
BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Deuteronomy 28:1-68, Luke 11:14-36, Psalm 77:1-20, Proverbs 12:18
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