If you’ve read my blog for any period of time, you know that it’s almost a journal of my journey with God. I document, process, and proliferate what the Holy Spirit is teaching me. Today is no different, and I would like to submit a thought to you that I am still processing through and applying to my doctrine, but that is taking me deeper in my relationship with the Father and the Holy Spirit.
“Questions are the gateway to revelation.”
Often the Holy Spirit will drop a thought in my spirit that shakes up how I previously viewed some aspect of my relationship with Him. And in step with Proverbs 25:2—which says, “It’s the glory of God to conceal a matter; and the glory of kings to search it out”—instead of giving me the full understanding of how what He has just told me actually works, He just leaves it there to draw me into the pursuit of revelation. Before I present the thought I’ll say this: if you have questions or don’t understand something, don’t get discouraged… get excited! Questions are the gateway to revelation. If you don’t have questions, how can you expect to uncover revelation?