PREVAILING VOICE DAILY
18th June 2022.
Topic: REVELATION FOR TRANSFORMATION. Part 5
Text: Isaiah 6:5.
Then said I, Woe is me! for I am undone; because I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips: for mine eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts.
If you have been following this series of teaching you will agree with me that the Lord has been gracious to us by revealing deep things necessary for our Transformation.
The encounter of Isaiah with God is such a great one that transformed his life and ministry, but not without a positive response from him.
Let me say here that revelation does not automatically bring transformation without positive response from the person who receives the revelation.
Many people had privileges of seeing deep things about their lives and did nothing about what they saw and what the revelation was meant to.prevent happened eventually.
In Daniel Chapter 5 king Belshazzar had a great revelation with good interpretation but made no use of it, and the purpose of the revelation was not fulfilled. In 1 Kings 13 Jeroboam had a great encounter but made no use of it, the encounter was fruitless.
Many people remain where they are because the revelations and encounters they had were not utilized and the purpose of the revelation was defeated.
Many had heard great sermons, revelational teachings that they ought to apply to their lives to change their situation but never made use of them and eventually the purpose of the sermons was
defeated. I pray you will be able to apply this teaching to your life.
What brought about great encounter for Isaiah? It was his response to the revelation, look verse 5: Then said I, Woe is me! for I am undone; because I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips: for mine eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts. This is showing the deteriorating state of Isaiah walk with God.
I see Isaiah saying, ‘ ah! My life is this terrible. So, I am this dirty. ‘ hear what he said to himself, ‘ woe is me! ‘ see how New Living Translations put it: “It’s all over! I am doomed, for I am a sinful man ‘. See the words he was using for himself because he discovered that he was still a sinner, you wonder why? But that is the true state of every sinner.
Many Christians persist in their sins without any sense of remorse. His response brought about his transformation. You can’t be transformed if you don’t respond well to the word of God, revelation of heaven, if you don’t take instructions from spirited filled instructors serious your life can’t be transformed.
Isaiah’s state was better than many people’s state but they never mind, they truth is that their lives is far from transformation.
In the next part I will be talking about THE TRANSFORMATION. God bless you.
* Lord, break me down and remould me.
* Break the yoke of sin in my life in Jesus name.
READING THROUGH THE BIBLE (RTB)
2 Chronicles 22, Mark 8.
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