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What Is Revelation Knowledge

What is Revelation Knowledge?

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 ---Donna on 3/27/06
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Here is a verse of Scripture, that I once received a word of revelation knowledge about.
Romans 11:15,"For if the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world, what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead?"
Question, what do you think the revelation knowledge was concerning this Scripture .
Who do you think this Scripture refers to?
I will give, what was revealed to me later. But rest assured you will be shocked!!!
---Mima on 7/16/08

It is the enlightening of the eyes of your understanding. It is one thing to know Scripture. It is another thing to know the Lord of the Scripture. It is the difference between the written word and the living word, the logos and the rhema.
---Linda on 7/15/08

Revelation Knowledge>>>The uncovering or presentation of truth at God's initiative. --Christ, the only begotten Son [one of a kind], reveals the Father.>>>>Manifestation--A great way for God to reveal Himself to His people. Open to sight, Visible, Appeared. Simply means--"To uncover, Lay Bare, Reveal.
---catherine on 6/10/07

Christina: knowing the Lord of the Scripture is the power to live it. Ezekiel was told, "Now YOU, son of man, hear what I say to YOU; don't be like that rebellious house." The principle there is that a living word is more powerful than a dead one. One can quote Scripture (logos) but unless that word has been digested and assimilated and become the revelation of Christ through a person (rhema), it is not "the voice of the Lord God walking".
---Linda on 6/10/07

Linda "It is the enlightening of the eyes of your understanding. It is one thing to know Scripture. It is another thing to know the Lord of the Scripture. It is the difference between the written word and the living word, the logos and the rhema."
I especially like the part, it is one thing to know scripture, another to know the Lord of scripture...
---Christina on 6/10/07

Donna the reason this blog is so short is because nothing can be really added to what Linda, Leslie & Mike has already shared. Revelation knowledge is an understanding derived directly from the Father via His Spirit. It is He opening our minds to a deeper understanding of who He is & our relationship to Him. This is truly the knowledge upon which the Church, as the called out of God, Is built, as in confirmed & edified. Producing a house that is built upon a rock, The Rock that is Christ.
---joseph on 6/10/07


When Jesus asked Peter who He was, Peter said, "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God." Jesus said, "Thou art Peter and upon this rock (of the revelation of Himself), I will build My church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Revelation knowledge is knowledge that comes by revelation, or the unveiling of Christ in Scripture.
---Linda on 6/9/07

This is knowledge ONLY God can give you. Let God educate you, not the world, and you will gain revelation knowledge.
---Leslie on 1/3/07

I believe God gives us only the understanding we can handle as we walk and grow in His word. Even though we may read a passage of scripture many times, God will only "reveal" it to us when we are ready to deal with its depth. Evidence of this would be such scriptures as "meat in due season" and referal to milk vs meat to babes vs elders in the faith. Revelation knowledge is a gift allowing us to walk with God when He is not carrying us on His shoulder... Praise His Glory.
---mikefl on 3/27/06

The Word of God is like an onion. It has many layers of truth. It is the glory of God to conceal a matter but the honor of kings to search a matter out. We are to "search the unsearchable riches of Christ". If you are searching for something, it must be hidden...or lost. At any rate, any aspect of Christ and His work that has been revealed to anyone is for the purpose of maturity, not so that the one who receives it can boast in it.
---Linda on 3/27/06

In addition..... When one says the word "revelation", people get all bristled on the back of their necks. The general accusation is that there is no new revelation. They are right. There is no new revelation but there are aspects of the truth of Christ we have not yet seen in the Word of God. That doesn't make it new; it just makes it unseen as of yet. The word "revelation" means "to uncover, unveil" and is the same word as "apocolypse".
---Linda on 3/27/06

Donna, I wrote a *paper* on the revelation of Jesus Christ in the book of Philemon. You will be able to see in that paper how Christ revealed Himself to me. It is very simple. If you are interested in taking a look at it, please contact me through my id linda6563. Since the paper is on the whole book of Philemon, it is kind of long and it would be hard to send it all through the site. My personal e-mail address is in my profile if you don't mind using it.
---Linda on 3/27/06

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