Daily Read – Ezekiel 40:28-41:26; James 4:1-17; Psalm 118:19-29; Proverbs 28:3-5
Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord,
and He will lift you up.
In My Kingdom, humility is not imaginary or visionary, but tangible having actual physical existence and substance. It is a crown jewel held in a special place until your heavenly arrival.
Not only do heavenly rewards await those who live in humbleness before Me, but I pour out blessings upon you in the earth realm.
My Kingdom looks upside down to the eyes of flesh. In the Spirit realm, the lower you go, the higher you soar. The one who is first will be last and the one who is last will be first. This makes no logical sense to the flesh, but causes the Spirit of man to leap.
When you bow and present yourself a living sacrifice to Me, I lift you on the wings of My Spirit taking you to spiritual heights that far exceed your ability to comprehend with the natural mind. Revelation pours from My council chambers saturating your surrendered heart.
I only entrust My treasured revelations to those with a humble and surrendered heart. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they see Me in ways that others cannot. I have hidden mysteries to reveal that can only be shared with those who humbly walk before Me and are dead to pride and self-exultation.
Pride and arrogance keep you from going to the heights I desire to take you. They tether you keeping you bound to the natural, earth realm unable to break through and soar into heavenly realms.
In an instant, humility transports you from the flesh realm into heavenly places where revelation is born.
Humble yourself before your God, and I will lift you up!
Father, forgive me for approaching Your throne in pride or arrogance. Forgive me for thinking that I am self reliant and self-sufficient. I am absolutely nothing without You! I humbly submit myself into Your hands. You are the potter and I am the clay. Mould me and make me after Your image. I take my hands off the potter's wheel and surrender to Your work in every area of my life. I realize that true humility is not necessarily about a physical posture as much as it is a posture of the heart. I submit my heart to Your wisdom and grace. Amen.