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When the people of God share and partake of revelation knowledge, God promotes them and empowers them to grow spiritually, because such knowledge leaves us with profound insight into extraordinary revelations that can be tapped into, in order to experience God in a higher dimension. Simply put, revelation knowledge is given to us to quicken our spirit, in order to motivate and inspire us to persevere and experience more of the supernatural the life in Christ.

Reference: Matthew 10:27 New International Version (NIV) "What I tell you in the dark, speak in the daylight; what is whispered in your ear, proclaim from the roofs."

These words are from Jesus Himself. And today, I'm going to relate it to the burden of sharing uncommon knowledge, which the Lord deposits into our spirit for the benefits of all men. Revelation knowledge is a transcendent level of knowledge from the Lord revealed directly to your inwardness, which inspires other Christians to develop their faith and motivates them to experience more progress in their walk with God and in every other aspect of life.

Now according to referenced verse, understand that the true source of revelation messages is God and the necessity of faithfulness in sharing those messages is laid upon the specifically chosen Kingdom preachers. To instantiate this, Paul said, "This, then, is how you ought to regard us: as servants of Christ and as those entrusted with the mysteries God has revealed. Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful"(1 Corinthians 4:1-2 NIV). Here apostle Paul is revealing the nature of true stewards of the Kingdom mysteries. He says, "look at Apollos and myself as mere servants of Christ who have been put in charge of explaining God's mysteries." Now observe that the emphasis is not only laid on the personality or title of the preacher or teacher, but upon their faithfulness to communicate the revealed knowledge as Kingdom stewards. This is why he employed the term, "servants of Christ."

As a faithful steward of Kingdom mysteries, you are a person of trust, put in charge as a manager to draw from the right and real source, and then be faithful in sharing it. When you share revelation knowledge properly, you give the people of God the platform to access it, which will in turn, grant them the doorway to a whole host of Kingdom benefits. Revelation Knowledge on it's own is a powerful supernatural information with transformative influence but it's much more powerful and effective when shared. If only you, as a steward of Kingdom mysteries, knows what God has revealed to your spirit, keeping it to yourself will prevent other Christians from developing their inner man with what has been revealed and therefore, will limit their personal progress in one way or the other.

You'll always have enough dose of God's supply on a regular basis as you share revelation messages faithfully. This is why our opening Scripture reads, "What I tell you in the dark, speak in the daylight; what is whispered in your ear, proclaim from the roofs." When such Information or the detail of the revealed is shared, those who receive the knowledge heartily are positioned to tap into it and apply it to their lives. Once they have understood and made use of the knowledge, by putting it to work, the experience from the application will always grant them notable and lasting Kingdom results. And it doesn't just stop there, when they share those experiences as testimonies, they help fellow Christians to skip any trial and error practices and get it right the very time they apply the same knowledge.

Revelation knowledge conditions our spirit to fly the nest and soar in the things of the Spirit. It empowers us to rise swiftly, and to feel the wind of unexceptional knowledge and mediocre slipping below us as we ride higher and higher on the wings of supreme, in-depth insight into the realities of the Spirit. But we must all make up our minds to apply them before we can spread on their wings to experience their significant reality. Shalom!

Scripture Reading - Psalm 119:130; 1 Corinthians 2:10-13; Ephesians 1:17; 1 Peter 1:10-12.

Exuberant declaration: The definitive and effective nature of revelation knowledge are portrayed in the sharing of the details with others, indicating that it is clearly a gift to those who trust in Christ and a treasure of Kingdom benefits and true joy to those that apply them successfully. Hallelujah!


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