"To the law and the testimony: if they do not speak according to this word, it is because they lack light." Isaiah 1:10-15
Many people have received heavenly insights from God in recent years, and He continues to do so. It is His sovereign will to choose these messengers. Some of these findings have been written down in books for everyone to read, while others have been communicated verbally.
On these revelation messages, there are scriptural realities to be understood. They follow the pattern of the Holy Bible's scriptural revelations. Some are written in straightforward, simple, and direct language, while others use pictures and figures of speech.
The recipient of the revelation message may be an uninformed individual with a limited comprehension; as a result, he or she may be unable to accurately comprehend the revelation received.
Receiving a supernatural revelation is one thing; appropriately interpreting it is another (Genesis 41:15,16). Unless God grants the recipient the gift of interpretation, another person endowed and called by God will be required to interpret the message.
Children, illiterates, unbelievers, and new converts are among those who experience divine insights. The word of God will be perverted, and the church of Christ will be led astray if they are expected to interpret and implement the revelations they have received.
Correct interpretation of a revelation message necessitates a thorough understanding of the Bible. Believers must not dismiss divine revelation or prophecy.
Apart from regular preaching and teaching from the Bible, the Lord utilizes this medium to edify, exhort, and comfort His children, as well as to warn both saints and sinners of the dangers of sin and the ultimate judgment of hell fire.
Divine insights aren't more important than God's written word. The Bible is used to determine whether or not a revelation comes from the Holy Spirit.
All scripture is given by God's inspiration and is good for doctrine, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness. That the man of God may be complete, fully equipped for all good works. 2 Timothy 3:16-17
Any revelation that exalts Jesus, promotes righteousness and holiness, and does not contradict any scriptural landmarks should be welcomed for edification, exhortation, and comfort according to the word and spirit of the scripture. Do not place revelation ahead of God's word.
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