Apostle Grace Lubega
Daniel 12:4 (KJV); But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.
Prophetically, we are living in times of the increase of knowledge.
As this knowledge increases, God is elevating the body of Christ into more contemplative realms of thinking.
Not many Christians are deeply contemplative thinkers yet this is necessary if one is to delve deeper into understanding God and receiving deeper insights into His person.
In Matthew 13:15, the Bible speaks of people who are dull of hearing. Such people are incapable of bearing heavier biblical truths and realities. In fact, they are incapable of deep inquiry to dig out such hidden truths.
As knowledge increases, God expects that the heart of the true minister seeks to hear and see things that an ordinary person does not see.
The spiritual realm is no place for the superficial thinker. If you must grow, you must ask the right questions about biblical truths and hunger for more than what you receive in a sermon or what you read in very brief moments of Bible study.
FURTHER STUDY: Matthew 13:15, Hebrews 5:11-14
GOLDEN NUGGET: As knowledge increases, God expects that the heart of the true minister seeks to hear and see things that an ordinary person does not see. The spiritual realm is no place for the superficial thinker.
PRAYER: My Loving Father, I thank You for the times in which we are living. Thank You for the increase of knowledge. I am a student of the Word, and not just any student but a meditative student. Even as I delve deeper, You reveal great and mighty things to my spirit, In Jesus’ name, Amen.