Ask God and receive revelation

There are lots of things not recorded in the bible and it is a big mistake that you fill the gap with your limited knowledge. However, we can always ask God to reveal it to us.

Where did Paul learn things about God? He didn’t have the Epistles to read to learn about God. He in fact received all the amazing revelation from God directly (Galatians 1:12 (link)). And we sure can do it too (Romans 2:11 (link)). God is the creator of the world, why should we beat our heads out to figure out all the things while we can simply ask our dear heavenly Father?

Here is an amazing revelation directly from God which isn’t revealed in the scriptures – “Why did God make a redemption plan for man but not for Satan?”

Video (link)

The guy in the video simply asked God a question and he enjoys a close relationship with God. It reminds me of what I have learnt from a lesson by Charis Bible College (link).

Get to know God, have relationships with God, for out of it comes your ministry, your revelation and your destiny.

Faith comes by hearing from God

“So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”‭‭  Romans‬ ‭10:17‬ ‭KJV‬‬

People would think that faith comes simply by reading the bible or listening to someone’s preaching. But it is not the entire case.

  • Abraham is the father of faith but he didn’t even have a bible to read nor had someone preaching to him.
  • Paul wasn’t with Jesus as the 12 disciples, being taught by Jesus in person. But he probably knew Jesus better than all people in his generation

From the examples of Paul and Abraham, we can see that faith doesn’t comes by reading the bible and or even listening to Jesus IN PERSON

So where did Abraham and Paul get their faith?

Their faith comes by **hearing what God speaks to them**, not simply by reading the bible or listen to someone’s preaching. Yet God can speak to you through your reading of the bible and someone’s preaching to you though.

God’s word is spirit (John 6:63) and it has to be discerned by the spirit (1 Corinthians 2:14). If we read the bible without the help of the Holy Spirit, you hear the word of God spoken by you and you receive nothing from God. However, if you read the bible with the help of the Holy Spirit, you hear the word of God spoken to you by God and that’s where the revelation knowledge comes from.


When you read pray the bible: 
→ it is good to pray that God speaks things to you and helps you to hear Him.