The Wisdom Of The True Light

Apostle Grace Lubega

Luke 7:35 (KJV); But wisdom is justified of all her children.

By biblical principal, wisdom justifies her children.

You cannot lack wisdom yet claim to see under the true light of the gospel.

If the level of your wisdom does not equal to the things you see in God, then you must question the light by which you see because God is not irresponsible to show you certain things without the wisdom to both see and articulate the things you see.

When you see without wisdom, you cannot function in divine purpose.

The things you see in the spirit ought to have the ultimate end of drawing men into the kingdom (Proverbs 11:30).

Even if they are personal to you and are not to be shared with the body of Christ, in themselves, they must perfect you for the work of ministry for the edification of the body (Ephesians 4:12).

If what a man accesses instead exalts him and not God, then there is a problem with the light by which he sees because it is lacking in the wisdom that lifts up the Christ that He may draw men to himself (John 12:32).

Access to the spiritual world is not an occasion for a man to seek personal glory. Access is the responsibility to reveal Christ.

FURTHER STUDY: Proverbs 11:30, John 12:32

GOLDEN NUGGET:

Access to the spiritual world is not an occasion for a man to seek personal glory. Access is the responsibility to reveal Christ.

PRAYER: My father I thank you for access and the liberties that I have as a child of God in the world of spirits. Thank you for the things that you cause me to see, thank you for the revelation that you bring to my spirit, thank you for the experiences you plunge me into. Lord by these I edify not just myself but the body of Christ. I am built up as a true minister of the sanctuary and a vessel for your honour and glory. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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  1. Dorcas Kemigisha May 5, 2018

    Hi Phaneroo,

    Thank you for today’s devotional, something came to my mind after reading this. Does this mean that the divine purpose is winning souls for Christ but each Christians has a specific role play towards this purpose.

    Dorcas

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