Apostle Grace Lubega
Psalms 147:19 (KJV); He sheweth his word unto Jacob, his statutes and his judgments unto Israel
The judgments of God are weighty.
It is important that one understands them because understanding them, brings a level of maturity to your spirit.
But how does one understand the judgments of God?
Understanding His judgments requires reconciling one’s intellect with revelation.
What may seem like a revelation to one could, in fact, be a demonstration of immaturity.
Take this example.
We have power over snakes and scorpions. This is a result of the judgments of God because their effect on you was judged as powerless. Does that mean one should go about seeking snake bites and looking for poison?
The reconciliation of revelation and intellect means that you do not deliberately court danger.
Revelation without reconciliation with the intellect will lead to error and the birth of destructive dogmas and patterns in the body of Christ.
FURTHER STUDY: Philippians 1:9, Psalms 105:7
Understanding God’s judgments require reconciling one’s intellect with revelation. Revelation without reconciliation with the intellect will lead to error and the birth of destructive dogmas and patterns in the body of Christ.
PRAYER: Father, I thank you for this Word. My love abounds more and more in all knowledge and judgment. The revelation at work in me is reconciled with my intellect and in this understanding, I never stumble the brethren; I minister truth in all that I say and do. In Jesus’ name, Amen.