(The Holy Spirit Gives You Wisdom To Chart New Frontiers)
By Pastor Chris Oyakhilome
TO THE BIBLE: _“I wisdom dwell with prudence, and find out knowledge of witty inventions.” (Proverbs 8:12 KJV)
A young man once asked me: “How come many scientists have invented a lot of things for the world to enjoy and Christians haven’t done anything?”The young man asked an intelligent question, but the mistake he made was that he saw Christians as one group and scientists as another group; he never thought of the fact that many scientists are Christians. There’s no telling what a Christian who has received the Holy Spirit can achieve. He has the greatest Teacher living inside Him, and there’s absolutely no subject in life He’s deficient in.
As one who’s filled with the Holy Spirit, you have knowledge of witty inventions, for the Holy Spirit is the Spirit of wisdom. You can chart new frontiers in different fields of human endeavour. The Holy Spirit living in you is your unparalleled advantage to be a trailblazer. He can grant you insights into fields that haven’t even been discovered yet! You can be the first to discover the cure for unknown medically incurable ailments of today’s world.
The world is looking for problem-solvers who will make new discoveries that will permanently solve the many social, political, and economic ills that are plaguing the present generation. You’re that solution the world is looking for because you’re the light of the world (Matthew 5:14). Refuse to let your mind go to sleep. Put the wisdom of God that’s functioning in you to work and become a creator. Become an inventor. It’s time to break new grounds and chart new frontiers.
Go Deeper: Isaiah 43:19; Romans 8:19
Speak: The wisdom of God is at work in me. Therefore, I take giant strides by the Spirit and launch into new frontiers. I’m breaking new grounds and blazing new trails, for I have the wisdom of God and ingenuity of the Spirit working in me
Daily Bible Reading: ONE YEAR 2 Corinthians 7:2-16, Proverbs 22-23
TWO YEAR Luke 21:29-38, 1 Samuel 27
Act: Meditate on 1 Corinthians 1:30 and 1 Corinthians 2:6-7