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November 8, 2013

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When we were in the flesh, we were natural, born of the flesh. But, if we are born of the Spirit, we are no longer in the flesh, but in the Spirit (Rom. 8:9). The natural man does not understand spiritual things, for they are spiritually discerned (1 Cor. 2:14).

Romans 8:9 tells us, " are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, if so be that the Spirit of God dwell in you. Now if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his." Being we are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, we are new creatures in Christ. The word "Christ" means "anointed." Being in the anointed, we should mature and become like Christ, the Anointed One. We begin by receiving the Holy Spirit and power. Jesus said, " shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth" (Acts 1:8). This power comes with the baptism in the Holy Spirit (Acts 1:4,5, 2:4).

Those who are baptized in the Holy Spirit should be experiencing the anointing. The anointing is to destroy the works of the devil, and to be witnesses unto Jesus. The works that Jesus did, we should do also.

Many Christians, who have the baptism in the Holy Spirit, still do not experience the power. Mostly, because they do not understand spiritual things the way they should. They see, hear, and know about spiritual things, but they do not experience them themselves.

We must learn how to shift from the natural to the spiritual. We must learn how to walk after the Spirit and not after the flesh. So let us see how this is done.

The Bible tells in Romans 12:2, " not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." God wants His Children walking after the Spirit and not after the flesh. By renewing our minds on the Word of God we can go from "information" to "revelation." The written Word of God is "information." It is God's Word written in the Bible for our "information."

Information is wonderful. The more information we have, the better off we will be. Yet, the information alone will not help us if we do not have "revelation." There are many people in the world today, calling themselves Christians, yet not even born again of the Spirit. They have Bibles, and they have information, but it is not revelation to them. They use the Word of God to promote their religious beliefs, but the power of God is not working in their lives.

Then, there are a lot of Christians, who read their Bibles and get a lot of information, but they still do not have "revelation." Therefore, the power of God does not manifest in their lives. Christians must go from "information" to "revelation."

How do we go from "information" to "revelation?" We must meditate upon the Word of God day and night (Joshua 1:8, Psalm 1:2). As we continue to meditate upon the Word, it can turn from "logos" to "rhema," from the written Word in our minds to the living Word in our lives. In Romans 10:17 it says, "So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word (rhema) of God." As we continue to meditate, day and night upon the written Word of God it will become alive (rhema) to us. It is the "living Word of God that makes us alive." In John 6:63 Jesus said, "It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: the words (rhema) that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life (zoe)." There are two things we should notice about what Jesus said, "the Words He speaks are (rhema)." We should also notice the life that Jesus is talking about is "spiritual life" (zoe).

As we meditate upon the written Word of God, it will become "rhema" (alive) and it will produce "spiritual food, life (zoe)." This "rhema," coming from the written Word of God will give us "revelation" from "information."

When we get "revelation" from "information" we go from the natural to the spiritual. The eyes of our understanding are enlightened, and we can see into the spiritual realm. When we see into the spiritual realm, we will have faith to live by. "For the just shall live by faith" (Rom. 1:17).

Let us first take an example from the type and shadow, in the Old Testament, then we can better understand how that "revelation" and "seeing in the spirit" can help us. We are spiritual, once we are born again of the Spirit (John 3:6). Being that we are in the Spirit and not in the flesh, we need to learn how to live in the Spirit and not in the flesh.

In 2 Kings 6, it tells us of Elisha, when the king of Syria sent "...horses, and chariots, and a great host," of soldiers to take Elisha captive, "...they came by night, and compassed the city about" (2 Kings 6:14). "And when the servant of the man of God was risen early, and gone forth, behold, an host compassed the city both with horses and chariots. And his servant said unto him, Alas, my master! how shall we do?" (2 Kings 6:15). That was Elisha's servant. He was still operating in the natural. He saw the horses and chariots, and the great company of soldiers. In the natural, he didn't know what to do. He came to Elisha and said, "Alas, my master! how shall we do?"

Gehazi, had information but he didn't have revelation. Elisha had revelation, as well as seeing in the spirit. Elisha said to Gehazi, "Fear not: for they that be with us are more than they that be with them" (2 Kings 6:15). When you have revelation there is no fear. There is nothing to be concerned about in the natural. In the spiritual realm everything is under control. God is in control and if God is for us, who can be against us?

Gehazi did not have the anointing that Elisha had. He was only a servant. Elisha was anointed. Then "Elisha prayed, and said, LORD, I pray thee, open his eyes, that he may see. And the LORD opened the eyes of the young man; and he saw: and, behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire round about Elisha" (2 Kings 6:16). Elisha had revelation, and he prayed that the LORD would give Gehazi spiritual sight to see what he could see. "And the LORD opened the eyes of the young man; and he saw: and, behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire round about Elisha" (2 Kings 6:17).

Elisha also had revelation of what the LORD wanted to do with the Syrian army. Knowing the plan of the LORD, Elisha prayed unto the LORD, and said, "Smite this people, I pray thee, with blindness. And he smote them with blindness according to the word of Elisha" (2 Kings 6:18). Then Elisha led them to the king of Samaria. When the King of Samaria asked Elisha if he should smite them, Elisha "...answered, Thou shalt not smite them: wouldest thou smite those whom thou hast taken captive with thy sword and with thy bow? set bread and water before them, that they may eat and drink, and go to their master" (2 Kings 6:22). This is a type and shadow of a New Covenant prophet. The LORD said to James and John, when they wanted to call down fire on the Samaritans "Ye know not what manner of spirit ye are of....For the Son of man is not come to destroy men's lives, but to save them" (Luke 9:55,56). When we get "revelation" from "information" we see things the way the LORD sees them. Information can cause us to become religious. But "revelation" will bring us to doing the will of God, not our will.

We start with "information," then we advance to "revelation." Then the LORD may open our "spiritual eyes to see what He sees in the spirit realm." When we have all three, then we can do the works that Jesus did, the way Jesus did them. Not of our ability, but by His Spirit!

Christians today seem to be working so hard to do what they say God called them to do. They make all kinds of plans on how to do what God called them to do. Yet, Jesus said in Matthew 6:25, "Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on..." In verse 32, Jesus said, "...your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things." After explaining this, Jesus said, "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you" (Matt. 6:33).

If God knows what we have need of, and God is going to add to us everything we have need of; why so much planning and working to get what we think we need? Partly, it's because most Christians don't understand what it means by " ye first the kingdom of God..." Many think they have already entered into the kingdom of God when they were born again.

Either those who think they have already entered into the kingdom of God don't understand what the LORD is talking about, or they have not actually entered in. But, there is an answer, and the Word of God is true. We can enter into the kingdom of God, and God will add to us all that we have need of.

It seems, many Christians have a lot of "information" from the Word of God, but they are lacking something that it takes to make it work for them. It could be that they are lacking "revelation."

Christians need revelation from information. Information without revelation will not produce the manifestation of the Word of God. Let us see how to get revelation, and what it will do for us.

One day verses 22 and 23 of 1 Samuel 15 came to me. It says, "And Samuel said, Hath the LORD as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of the LORD? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams...For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou hast rejected the word of the LORD, he hath also rejected thee from being king."

Notice that the subject of these verses is "obeying the voice of the LORD." To obey is better than sacrifice. The important thing is obedience. In Hebrews 5:8 it talks about Jesus, saying, "Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered." Jesus learned obedience by the things He suffered. Suffered usually means "by painful experience." Jesus didn't learn by what happened on the cross. He learned by what happened from His birth on.

Let's just refresh ourselves on what happened in the early years of Jesus' life. His mother became pregnant by the power of the Holy Spirit, and was told by the Angel, His name shall be called JESUS (Luke 1:31). The name JESUS is from the Hebrew name JOSHUA, meaning "Jehovah is Salvation." Before Jesus was born, an angel spoke to Joseph concerning Mary's pregnancy, saying, "...she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins" (Matt. 1:21). And it happened as Isaiah had prophesied, Jesus was born of a virgin (Isa. 7:14). He was born in Bethlehem of Judea (Micah 5:2). Before He was two years old, wise men came to Him, worshiped Him, and gave gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh as prophesied in Isaiah 60:6 (Matt. 2:11).

Now, by the time Jesus was two years old, all this had happened, just as the Scriptures had prophesied. Therefore, as Mary and Joseph told Jesus of these things, He would become aware of how God had planned things from the beginning. Not only would Jesus have heard it from His mother and stepfather, but Mary was also related to Zacharias, who was a priest, having access to the scrolls of the Old Testament. Thereby, making it easy for Jesus to study the Scriptures, and find out what the Scriptures said about Him. You will notice that, already at the age of twelve, Jesus was " the temple, sitting in the midst of the doctors, both hearing them, and asking them questions" (Luke 2:46). And it says, "And all that heard him were astonished at his understanding and answers" (Luke 2:47).

So how did Jesus learn by obedience? He learned from His mother, His stepfather, from the doctors of the Law, and from the Scriptures. It takes obedience and suffering to learn what God says about someone. It takes a lot of time, which many people do not want to spend searching the Scriptures, praying, and studying; instead of playing and enjoying the things of this world. Most of the people are more interested in the world and the things of the world then they are in what the Word of God says concerning themselves.

As Jesus continued studying the Scriptures, He knew the Law, He knew the will of God for Himself as well as everyone born into this world. He knew from the Scriptures that He would become the Savior of the world. He knew He would have to endure the Cross, and raise again from the dead. Therefore, it says in Hebrews 12:2, "Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God." By, Jesus knowing and understanding God's plan for His life here on earth, it was a joy for Him to take upon Himself all our sins and iniquities, our sicknesses and diseases and die in our place.

Why was it a joy for Jesus to do that? Because Jesus had more than "information" from the Word of God, He also had "revelation," from the Word of God, given to Him by the Holy Spirit. When someone has "information" and "revelation," they can endure anything in between. Revelation, is knowing the end from the beginning.

These words came to me one day, "Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter." That is speaking of revelation! When the Holy Spirit shows you things to come, that's revelation that will surpass all information. When you have "revelation" of the end, you can endure everything between now and the end. No matter what happens, you know the end. When the Holy Spirit shows you the end result, faith will take over and "faith overcomes the world" (1 John 5:4).

The Holy Spirit wants Christians to come up higher, to go from information to revelation; whereby we can walk by faith and not by sight! When we have revelation of the end result, we can believe beyond the circumstances.

Getting revelation from information involves staying with the Word of God until the manifestation comes. It's waiting upon the LORD for the end results, not getting ahead of God. Not trying to bring to pass that which God wants to bring to pass. God doesn't want you to do it. God wants to do it through you. He gives you the information, and He wants to bring it to pass.

Revelation produces faith. Faith brings the manifestation. Information without the revelation fails. But information with revelation produces faith and faith brings the manifestation. Romans 10:17 says, "So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word (rhema) of God." Revelation comes by hearing and hearing. It's a continuous hearing of information until the revelation comes. When the revelation comes the Word of God becomes alive. When the Word becomes alive within your spirit, you know that you know you have whatsoever the Word promised.

This works in every area of our lives. Whatsoever we have need of, it comes once we receive the revelation from the information. As an example, the Scripture says, " whose stripes ye were healed" (1 Peter 2:24). If we continuously hear the Word of God concerning "by whose stripes ye were healed," it will get down into our heart. Then, with the heart we believe we "are already healed." When we believe with our heart that we "are already healed," we confess it with our mouth and the manifestation comes. But, if all we have is information from the Word of God, that "by whose stripes ye were healed," confessing it from our mouth does not produce immediate results. We first must go from information to revelation, then, when we have it in our heart, and confess it with our mouth, we get immediate results. Romans 10:10 says, "For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation."

Meditating upon the Word of God, hearing and hearing it until it gets into our hearts, brings "revelation." Revelation brings confession. Confession brings the manifestation. This does not rule out continually "confessing." Confession brings hearing, and hearing brings revelation, and then, when it's in our heart, our confession brings deliverance. Therefore, Hebrews 10:23 says, "Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised.)" The word "profession," and "confession" mean the same thing.

How do we get "revelation" from "information?" We continue to hear the Word, or meditate upon the Word until it becomes alive in us. When it becomes alive, the revelation comes that gets the Word into our heart. Then with the heart we believe and with the mouth we confess and God rewards us for our faith.

This is not just for healing. It is for everything we have need of in our lives. Whatsoever we need, we first get the "information" from the written Word of God, then meditate upon it, hearing and hearing unit we get the "revelation." When we get the revelation, faith arises, then when we speak those things that be not as though they were they come to pass (Rom. 4:17).

We've already talked about living in the Spirit and not after the flesh. Spiritual life is an abundant life, not just a barely get along life. God doesn't think the way man thinks. Abundance to God is just as easy as a little. God knows how to supply whatsoever we need, abundantly. God is not limited as to what He can do. There are no limits to God.

Let me give an example from a testimony of a pastor. This pastor knows how to get information, and then revelation, then act upon the revelation in faith. Although he was still in the learning stages, he told of a time he and his wife wanted to buy a car. They wanted to buy a good car. Not a new car, but a good car that would give good service. They went to a dealership to look for a good used car. At the dealership, the salesman said to them, if you can wait until Saturday, we're going to have an auction here. You will be able to get a better deal at that auction.

They left and went home and kept in the Word and prayer. Seeking the LORD to help them get a good car. When Saturday came, they went to the auction at that dealership. The salesman told them, "now go and find the car you want, and stand by it. When the auctioneer comes to you, tell him what you will give for the car." They looked around and saw a car, in good condition. The price on the car was $11,500. They stood by the car, while waiting for the auctioneer to come to them. While waiting they kept in prayer, asking the LORD how much to offer for the car. While waiting and praying this pastor picked up in his spirit $2,200. He did have a struggle in his mind about the amount. The price was marked $11,500 and he was hearing $2,200.

When the auctioneer came to the car he asked "what will you give for this car?" It was hard for him to say, $2,200 so he quickly said $3,000. The auctioneer said, "it's yours!" After he said that, this pastor said to himself, what a fool, I could have had it for $2,200.

God is a God of abundance. God doesn't look at things the way man looks at things. God's Word says, "If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth" (Mark 9:23). Once we get the answer from the LORD, then it's up to us to believe. If we will believe God, spiritual life is a life of abundance, not just enough to get along.

First, we need information, then we need revelation. Then we ask and believe, and God does the rest. It's not up to us to cause the manifestation. God causes the manifestation, after we have done our part. When we live in the spirit, we should also walk in the spirit (Gal. 5:25). Life in the spirit is an abundant life (John 10:10).

There was a time when I needed a newer vehicle. I had about 235,000 miles on my vehicle. It didn't pass the emission's test. So, I decided not to try to get it to pass, but instead get a newer vehicle. I called around that evening and found out that I could expect to pay about $3,500 for a vehicle like I wanted.

The next day, I stopped at one dealership and they didn't have the type of vehicle I wanted. The next dealership I went to had just the vehicle I wanted. When I first talked to the salesman, he showed me the vehicle. He started up the engine and it ran great, almost so quiet you could not hear it running from inside the vehicle. Everything on the vehicle looked great. The price on the window was $6,900.

The salesman looked at my vehicle and said, "What if I could get you that vehicle for $5,000 and yours in trade?" I didn't try to get him to come down, I only said, "I'm not in a hurry, I have a lot of time before I need to buy a vehicle, I'll just keep looking." Right away, he said, "What if I could get it for you for $4,500, would you take it?" Again, I said, "I'm not in a hurry, this is the first vehicle I saw that is what I want." Right away, he said, "What about if I could get it for you for $4,000 and your vehicle, then would you buy it?" Once again, I said, "I'll just keep looking around, I don't have to be in a hurry to buy one." Then he said, "What if I could get it for you for $3,500 and your vehicle, then would you buy it?" I then said, "If you can get it for me for $3,500 and my vehicle, you'll twist my arm and I'll buy it." He said, "Let's try it. I'll make out the papers and take them to the office. If they agree, then the vehicle is yours." He made out the papers and within ten minutes he was back. He said, "You can have the vehicle for $3,500 and yours in trade, it's your vehicle." I went and cleaned out my vehicle and got the money and was back within about an hour or two. The vehicle is great, and still going great.

First we need information, then we need revelation, then we have faith to believe and the LORD works out the details for us. We don't have to try to chisel and bargain for a deal. When you know how much you should pay, just let the LORD work out the deal. God is well able to work all things together for your good (Rom. 8:28).

Getting back to "revelation." Revelation is more important than "information." When God moves in our lives, it happens by revelation, not just information. Many Christians have made the mistake of operating by "information," without "revelation." Let me give you an example: A pastor was trying to get a child delivered from a demonic spirit. The child had a condition the world calls "epileptic seizures." Christians have "information," knowing these are caused by demonic activity. Knowing what others have taught, he started by trying to bind the spirits over the child. For quite some time, he prayed and tried to bind the spirits without results. Finely, for some reason of other, the pastor sat on the child to hold him down while binding the spirits. The child suffocated and died. The pastor received about two and a half years in prison for the death of the child.

When Christians act upon information only, it doesn't work. We must have "revelation" along with the information. God supplies "information," so that He can give us "revelation," to do what He desires to do. But, acting upon "information" only, many times leaves us acting without God, on our own.

There seems to be more Christians acting upon "information" only, than there are acting on "revelation." Yet, because that God is God, and we cannot control what God wants to do, when He desires to do something, we can receive "revelation" without having prior "information."

When Peter said to Jesus in Matthew 16:16, "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God," he had "revelation," without first having "information." Peter did not have any information to go by, all He had was "revelation."

Because that Peter had "revelation" without "information" we see that this is the ultimate plan of God for everyone. God gives us "information," but God operates through people by "revelation." The church of Jesus Christ will be built by the LORD, by "revelation," not "information" only (Matt. 16:18). Information is very important, whereas "revelation" is more important than information.

I like a testimony of a man who knew the voice of God, when God spoke to him. God told this individual to go to the airport and fly to New Delhi India. He had "information," and he thought he had "revelation," also. He went to the airport without any money expecting to get a ticket. While in the line to get a ticket, he waited until he was the next person to get a ticket. But, he had no money and no one came to give him a ticket. He got upset with God, and got out of line. He went into the men's room, there he cried out to God, "God, why did You do this to me? I don't have any money, and I don't have a ticket. What are You trying to do to me?" God spoke to him and said, "Get out of this men's room!" When he stepped out of the men's room, he was in the airport in New Delhi India.

Revelation is always more important than "information." God moves in our lives by "revelation," even if we don't have complete "information." Many times we receive a Word of knowledge, without previous information. A word of knowledge is "revelation," first, whereby we can receive "information." Like with Peter in Matthew 16:16, we could say, Peter received a word of knowledge, first, then Jesus gave him "information" later.

Always keep in mind, God gives us "information," but God operates by "revelation." We must not be in a hurry when we receive "information," but meditate upon the information until we receive "revelation." Then, when we have "revelation," we know we are in the perfect will of God.




There are many Christians today, getting their information from other sources, other than the Word of God. Some rely upon what they hear from others calling themselves pastors, teachers, etc. Some get their information from translations of Bibles that are a result of man's ideas of what the Bible should say, rather than what it actually said in the Hebrew, Chaldean, and Greek, (the original manuscripts). Others get their information from what they have heard others teach. Yet, the Bible teaches that we should be getting our information from the Word of God, not the words of men. It also teaches that our information should be confirmed, or witnessed by the Holy Spirit (1 Cor. 2:14, 1 John 2:27, 5:8).

The Bible reveals why some men fail and why some men succeed. Take the example of the apostle Paul. Paul, (who was Saul in the beginning) was well educated in the Scriptures. He learned under Gamaliel, a doctor of the law, who had a reputation among all the people. Thereby, Paul knew the Scriptures by intellectual knowledge, but not by revelation. Paul was doing the opposite of what the LORD wanted him to do. He was persecuting Christians.

On the way to Damascus, the LORD said, "Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?" (Acts 9:4). Why did the LORD say that? Paul had a lot of information, but not revelation. Once Paul understood he was going against the LORD, He changed his ways (was converted to believing the LORD) and later became an apostle (sent one). Paul received "revelation" on the way to Damascus, and "revelation" from the LORD gives us faith.

Paul had information from the written Word of God, but not "revelation" from the Holy Spirit. Once he got "revelation" from the LORD, he had faith to continue his course unto the end. You will notice that Paul seems to have received more "revelation" from God than any of the other writers of the New Testament.

Christians need "information" from the Word of God. Jesus first got "information," then He got "revelation." Paul first got "information," then he got "revelation." Everyone who comes to the LORD and serves Him, will first get "information," and then it's up to them to get "revelation." Revelation comes from the Holy Spirit as He bears a witness to the Word of God.

In Romans 1:17 it tells us, "...the just shall live by faith." Then in Romans 10:17 it says, "So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word (rhema) of God." Did you notice it mentions hearing twice? It doesn't come by just hearing once. It comes when we meditate day and night on the Word of God. As we continue to meditate on the Word of God, it becomes alive, a living Word. We get "revelation" by meditating day and night on the written Word of God. When we keep hearing and hearing the Word it will become "rhema" (a living Word) to us.

The Word of God that Christians need the most is the "rhema." Look at what Jesus said in John 6:63, "It is the spirit that quickeneth (makes alive); the flesh profiteth nothing: the words (rhema) that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life." When we meditate on the written Word, the Holy Spirit brings the living Word to us. It becomes "revelation," not just information. The flesh does not profit, but the new creature in Christ does profit.

Christians need "revelation" from the Holy Spirit. This revelation will give them faith to believe and receive. Faith comes when we have revelation of what the Word of God says. Those who do not have revelation do not act upon the Word of God. By not acting upon the Word of God, nothing happens. They can speak words, but nothing happens. Their words are not empowered by the Holy Spirit. They are like "idle" words spoken without authority.

When Christians have "revelation" from the Holy Spirit, they can speak words with authority and the manifestation comes. It's like someone trying to direct traffic on a busy street corner. If a bystander steps out into the intersection and tries to direct traffic, he could get run down. But, if a policeman steps out in the intersection and starts to direct traffic, the drivers of the cars obey him. Why? Because the policeman knows he has authority, he has revelation of his position as a policeman.

When Christians get revelation of their position in the body of Christ, and know their authority, then, when they speak the demons obey. It is like the seven sons of Sceva in Acts 19:14,16. They tried to cast out a demon in the name of Jesus as the apostle Paul did. They did not have "revelation" from the Holy Spirit, and the demon did not come out, but overtook them instead.

When Christians go around doing things because they saw others do it, they usually fail. But, when they receive revelation from the Holy Spirit it works every time. God never fails us, when the Holy Spirit gives revelation. We have a knowing within us that overcomes whatsoever is without. As it says in 1 John 4:4, "Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world." It is important to have "information" that "...greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world." But if it is going to do us any good, we must also have "revelation" that, "...greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world."

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