Revelation knowledge is powerful. The Apostle Paul walked in revelation and knew the significance of what it produces in the life of the believer. In fact, Satan was so alarmed by the great progress Paul was making with the gospel that Paul wrote to the church at Corinth, “And lest I should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations, there was given to me a thorn in the flesh, the messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exalted above measure” (2 Cor. 12:7). Satan sent one of his messengers to stop Paul and his ministry.
Because of the abundance of revelation, Paul was fulfilling the will of God for his life and the devil did not like it. But because of the abundance of revelation, the devil could not stop him. Just like Paul, God wants you to experience revelation knowledge.
People say they believe the Word but the Word is not engrafted in them. Many times, people are hoping something will fall on them “accidentally” and that things in their life will change. But there is a process where you take the Word and become one with it. When this happens, the Word becomes more real than your feelings, circumstances, or someone else’s opinion. That process is called meditation on God’s Word.
This was a wonderful key to David’s and Joshua’s success. They knew how to meditate in the Word. They would ponder, muse, mutter, and chew it over and over again. They would look at the Word until they started seeing something. When revelation comes, you will grow spiritually and your faith will be steadfast. There is revelation that God wants to drop on the inside of you because the Word in your heart will make the difference. God’s words will cause you to think like God. His words will separate you from small thinking. Revelation knowledge changes everything and puts you in a position to fulfill the will of God.