Tuesday 25 October 2022

Believers' Prayer Meeting with The Saint | R 13 W 1 D 2.

Welcome to the Upper Room. So glad you could make it.

We continue with our meditation in Daniel 6:3, digging into what it means to have an excellent spirit. The next attribute we see, as taken from Isaiah 11:2, is the "The Spirit of Knowledge." Easy to see the weight carried by the Spirit of Knowledge. One with an excellent spirit is one who is knowledgeable enough to function.

You don't have to know everything, but you need to be knowledgeable enough on what you know and what you don't, and accept the reality, and brutal truth. There is no room for deception, or make-believe. One with an excellent spirit never battles with reality, nor is deterred by it.

Reality is never a deterrence to one who is knowledgeable. Rather reality is a tool in their kit to be used in achieving the end purpose. In Proverbs 25:2, God tells us He is one who hides things. Why? Knowledge is a treasure, and like every other treasure, it is not available to every Tom, Dick, and Harry.

Knowledge is only available to those willing to pay the requisite price. So, the same scripture continues by telling us, "it is the glory of Kings to dig for this treasure." Kings become kings by digging for, finding, and using knowledge to their advantage. Not so is the story of the idle, lazy, and simple lot.

God cries that His people perish for the lack of knowledge. Why? They have chosen to live less than their kingly calling. They have decided to live like mere men and women, yet want the entitlements of the kingdom. It ain't going to happen. For every promise there are prerequisites

You are either going to get knowledge and release the giant on the inside, or you are going to live in ignorance and kill the giant within. The choice is ours to make. How are you choosing?

Let's pray.

The Saint.

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