Here are kingdom revelations, words to live by, and words of wisdom given to empower you to reign in life, written as proverbs by Israel’s King Solomon, David’s son.
Within these sayings will be found the revelation of wisdom and the impartation of spiritual understanding. Use them as keys to unlock the treasures of true knowledge. Those who cling to these words will receive discipline to demonstrate wisdom in every relationship and to choose what is right and just and fair. These proverbs will give you great skill to teach the immature and make them wise, to give youth the understanding of their design and destiny.
For the wise, these proverbs will make you even wiser, and for those with discernment, you will be able to acquire brilliant strategies for leadership. These kingdom revelations will break open your understanding to unveil the deeper meaning of parables,
poetic riddles, and epigrams, and to unravel the words and enigmas of the wise.
How then does a man gain the essence of wisdom? We cross the threshold of true knowledge when we live in obedient devotion to God. Stubborn know-it-alls will never stop to do this, for they scorn true wisdom and knowledge. Proverbs 1:1-7 TPT
I realize this is a lot of scripture this morning, however I felt that it was important to God for us to read and meditate on this today and on into the weekend. I would love it if every senator and house representative would read through this entire book prior to making decisions. Even those holding the highest office of the land could benefit from King Solomon’s words prior to making ungodly decisions that go against not just God’s Word, but moral principles as well.
I may not be able to do anything about others, but I can surely learn for myself. To walk in wisdom and discernment in the everyday choices I make to be obedient to God, and live for God in the role of Ambassador for His Kingdom and glory. Yes, that’s right. We are His ambassadors in this world, demonstrating the way He does things in Heaven, on the earth.
It’s only when we understand who we are and whose we are, can we walk in the signs, wonders and miracles He intended for us to walk in. To discern when someone is under demonic influence and cast that evil spirit out. To lay hands on the terminally ill, knowing that there is no sickness or disease in heaven and that’s how God intends for us to live in the earth. To not just read Psalm 91 as a beautiful Psalm, but as a covenant promise of protection and provision.
It’s time we allow the Word in us to become the Force He was intended to be. To see that we are vessels for Him to display His glory and majesty to the whole world. We must stop limiting Him based on our perception of us. We are His, not our own. We’ve been bought with a great and precious price, the blood of God’s own Son, Jesus Christ.
But you are God’s chosen treasure—priests who are kings, a spiritual “nation” set apart as God’s devoted ones. He called you out of darkness to experience his marvelous light, and now he claims you as his very own. He did this so that you would broadcast his glorious wonders throughout the world. For at one time you were not God’s people, but now you are. At one time you knew nothing of God’s mercy, because you hadn’t received it yet, but now you are drenched with it! 1 Peter 2:9-10 TPT
Using New Keys,