SHE GIVES BIRTH TO WISDOM!
When Faith Tabernacle was under construction, it got to a point where they needed to move a forklift, a four-wheeled industrial machine, into the Tabernacle. But they could not, because the forklift was higher than the height of the Tabernacle's entrances.
They thought about it and decided that they would break the upper part of the entrance so that the forklift can drive in easily. They went ahead to seek permission from Bishop David Oyedepo, who also is the president and founder of the church.
But to their amazement, he asked them what the size of the tyres were. And when they told him, he suggested that they should deflate the four tires, tow the forklift inside the Tabernacle, then pump it. He said it would be far easier to pump a tire than to remould the entrance.
That is the power of revelation! None of those professional contractors could think like that. But it made sense to them the moment they heard it. The Bible says the foolishness of God is wiser than men. That also means that ideas from God can make any profound theory to become foolishness.
They say wisdom is "knowing what to do and doing it", but it is revelation that gives birth to wisdom. If you do not feel wise enough, just check your depth of revelation. Revelation will distinguish any student, and even make him wiser than his teachers. Revelation can devolve any complex situation.
It is my prayer that you would walk in deeper levels of revelation! The things that used to be difficult for you will suddenly become child's play for you! Jesus knew what to do to feed five thousand people; no matter how hard the situation may be, you will know what to do to come out of it!
Let me conclude with this; nothing is too difficult, all you need is revelation. Remember that He is the God of all flesh, and there is nothing too hard for Him. However, your love for God is your quickest access to revelation. If you want unlimited access to revelation, then do not limit your love for God. May God give us understanding!
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