Saturday, 20 April 2013

RCCG Open Heavens Devotional Saturday 20 April 2013 VIEVING SPIRITUAL SCENES By Pastor E. A. Adeboye


RCCG Open Heavens Devotional Saturday 20 April 2013 
VIEVING SPIRITUAL SCENES 
By Pastor E. A. Adeboye

Memorise: “The LORD openeth the eyes of the blind; the LORD raiseth them that are bowed down; the LORD loveth the righteous” Psalm 146:8
Read: 2Kings 5:20-27
Bible in one year:  Leviticus 11-14
Prayer point: Father, open my eyes to see the invisible, and my hears to hear the inaudible from today.
 
The revelational gifts make you spiritually sensitive. When present, they will make you to hear the inaudible and to see the invisible. It is a great thing to be able to see the invisible. In 2Kings 5:20-27, Elisha sat in his room and suddenly he saw Gehazi his servant running after Naaman. It was as if he was watching a TV. He saw the boy  receiving a lot of money and planning ¡n his heart on how he will start his own ministry and have many servants. When he returned, Elisha asked Gehazi of these things and he denied, but he told him that he saw all that transpired. When you can see into the spirit realm, very little can be hid from you. This gift can also help to reveal what transpired ever before you were born or became relevant ¡n a particular place. Many years ago, while I was just a worker in the Redeemed Christian Church of God, we were getting prepared for the evening service when I felt pressed to go to the lavatory. While in the toilet, I looked and on the wall in front of me was something like a scroll, showing like a television screen. In it, I saw the church headquarters and the service was on. I saw two empty seats where the pastors were seated. Immediately the singing ended, a minister came to ask everybody to start praying and as this was on, the pastor and his interpreter came out to the altar. When I got to Ebute Metta that evening, 1 told my father ¡n the Lord – Reverend Akindayomi and he put his hands on his head. He called the pastors around to come and asked me to repeat what I just told him. I did and their reaction was similar. Then papa explained that a long time ago, before the preacher and his interpreter took the sermon, they would be in the vestry praying, but that they had stopped doing so, and ¡t showed from this revelation that God wanted us to go back to that order So God can reveal just about anything to you and correct any practice He wants corrected. He can show you places He will take you to later ¡n future. When you eventually get to such a place, one way you will know is that even when you are physically stepping there for the first time, it will look very familiar, you will feel like you have been there before. How often does God reveal things to you? Ask him to remove every hindrance to divine relationship in your life.