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The Revelation of Jesus Christ

Hi everyone! So good to hear from all of you! I will start doing segments of this study I did a little while ago. I will type just pieces at a time. I'd love your feedback. What I'll write are references and some key points, but I encourage all of you to find it in your Bibles for yourselves. Also, I want to make sure that if I am wrong about anything and you can prove it to me otherwise with scripture, then please correct me!

This one today is about the Revelation of Jesus Christ.

Many of us getting into this have experienced something that Paul describes as the Revelation of Jesus Christ. When Paul was on the road to Damascus, he was blinded by the light. God sent a man to remove the scales from his eyes and now he could see. Paul was blinded physically, as well spiritually. He was blind but now he could see.

The Revelation of Jesus Christ
Read Galatians 1:11-24.

Key points:

-The Gospel was given by God, not man.
-Was taught and revealed to us by Jesus Christ, not by teachings of man.
-Paul was loyal to the Jewish Church and their traditions, now says it was wasted.
-God separates us and reveals his Son in us.
-Paul became an apostle through Jesus Christ alone without any outside influences.
-They will glorify God as they see him in us.

*Also note 1 John 2:27 and John 14:26 for further scriptures showing God's anointing of knowledge and direction that cannot be taught by men but by the Spirit of God.

Have you ever had an experience like that where suddenly God was allowing you to see things clearly? Are you going through a process where you're struggling to understand and God is showing you things and opening new doors? The Bible is consisted of layers after layers and the Bible says to rub it on as eyesalve. The more we rub the Word in our eyes, the more we see clearly.

"I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich; and white raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear; and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve that thou mayest see." Revelation 3:18


  1. Tranquillity said...
    Beautiful start to your study! I'm very excited that you're back blogging away, looking forward to every entry, encouraging you all the way! :)
    Anonymous said...
    Salene, you are lucky you have a group of friends who are walking on the same journey.

    I need to do a lil' searching for like-minded companions so keep moi in your prayers :)
    Krystal said...
    The Lord has been dealing with me lately about not making a law out of everything; but rather, to be guided by His Spirit, and not assume that just because I read a scripture that I automatically know everything.

    Who woulda thunk it?

    It's kind of hard to explain... but I'm eager to read more in this series that you're starting.

    BTW, I know you've only just gotten back, but I did a few posts about organic food as you requested, madame.



    You're back!!! Yippeeee!!!

    (*Does back flip*)

    (*Slips on a banana peel Martha dropped on the floor*)

    christy rose said...
    Miss Charlene,

    I took Martha's invite to come over and meet you and I am so extremely glad that I did. The revelation of Jesus Christ will set us free and set us up to rule and reign in this life as children of the King. What an exciting life that He has for us as we set out to fulfill our purpose of knowing Him.

    I will be coming back regularly to hear what God is revealing to you.

    Sisterlisa said...
    I was thinking about this very thing today. I was thinking about this revelation God has given me and I like how Debbie described it. It's the difference between owning the royal robe and actually wearing it. Dieing to self so that Christ can not just 'live' in our hearts, but to resurrect in our lives. More to come on AGM.
    Jenn @ A Country Girl's Ramblings said...
    Looking forward to doing this study with you!

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