Apostle Grace Lubega
Isaiah 60:3 (KJV); And the Gentiles shall come to thy light, and kings to the brightness of thy rising.
As a child of God, you should never deliberately seek the attention of greatness.
This is not a matter of pride, it is a matter of understanding the order of the Spirit.
I have known men and women of God who have gone to alarming lengths to get the attention of political leaders. They would do anything to be recognised by the president. They have lobbied in all sorts of ways to get the attention of prime ministers and any such dignitaries.
In doing this, they upset and contradict the way in which the spiritual realm attracts greatness.
The order is that kings look for prophets and not the other way round. Did Elisha look for Naaman or did Naaman look for Elisha? (2 Kings 5).
Our theme scripture says, “kings come.” It does not say that you go in search of them. They come to you.
Understand who you are. You have the all-sufficient God! What the kings of this world need is inside you! Greatness seeks you because the greater one is in you.
FURTHER STUDY: Zechariah 8:23, Isaiah 2:2-3.
GOLDEN NUGGET: Understand who you are. You have the all-sufficient God! What the kings of this world need is inside you! Greatness seeks you because the greater one is in you.
PRAYER: Father, I thank You for this Word. I know who I am and who is in me! My light shines bright to all the nations of the earth. The greatest men and women in this world seek me because of the radiance of Your glory that is shining out of me. I attract greatness. I do not seek it. It pursues me, I do not pursue it. In Jesus’ name, Amen.