Day 18 Knowledge is not truly a part of you until you experienced it

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge, I will also reject you as My priests. Since you have forgotten the law of your God, I will also forget your children. Hosea 4:6
Knowledge is power, is a popular expression. This is about half true. Hosea 4:6 says that the people of God were destroyed because they lacked knowledge. However, in the language of the Kingdom, true knowledge is acquired through practice. For example, you may know a lot about dieting, but if you don’t apply that knowledge, you will remain overweight. This means that knowledge is not ours until we experience it. There is so much knowledge within our grasp today. Media and information technology give us access to all of mankind’s knowledge, but if we don’t put that knowledge into practice, it does not belong to us. In fact, the most powerful, life-transforming messages of the gospel are preached by people who have experienced what they teach. Trying to preach without having had the personal experience with the power of God means that the message will lack authority. What do I do? Every time I receive a revelation, I am the first to obey it and put it into practice. That way, when I manifests His power and reveals more to me.

It doesn’t matter how much knowledge you have of God; the important thing is to experience His power. Like this pastor from Africa, you must dare to believe God, although what you may be asked to do may sound crazy.

Let us pray
Heavenly Father, I lay myself before You, and pray to the God of miracles, to the God who heals, transforms, redeems, delivers and provides. I break every religious spirit, I pull out the blindfold from my eyes and I start to walk in faith. Lord, I ask You to work a miracle in this desperate situation that I’m living. Give me an answer Lord, I will obey, and I will tell of the wonders You had done for me. The glory is Yours and You do not share it with anyone! Thank You Father. Amen.

Psalm 119:153
Look upon my affliction and rescue me, for I have not forgotten Your law.
Proverbs 10:21
The lips of the righteous feed many, but fools die for lack of judgment.
Isaiah 5:13
Therefore My people will go into exile for their lack of understanding; their dignitaries are starving and their masses are parched with thirst.

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