Apostle Grace Lubega
Ezra 9:8 (KJV); And now for a little space grace hath been shewed from the LORD our God, to leave us a remnant to escape, and to give us a nail in his holy place, that our God may lighten our eyes, and give us a little reviving in our bondage.
The purpose of prayer and tarrying in the presence of God is so that we may see the things that must revive us.
This was the experience of the children of Israel in our theme scripture. When the Lord gives you a nail in His Holy Place, it is because He wants to lighten your eyes and when your eyes are lightened, you are revived.
To be nailed in the presence of God is the grace to be in constant communion with the Lord. The lightening of the eyes happens by the Spirit of revelation as God unveils to you divine truths, mysteries and realities.
The things that we have the privilege to behold in the presence of God are the very things that provoke the Spirit of revival.
If a generation fails to experience revival, it is most probably because they prayed the wrong way.
The prayer that brings revival is the prayer for vision.
A heart that hungers for transformation in a family, in a nation or in the world is the heart that prays to see in God.
If in prayer, a man has the grace to see in God, he can revive a nation, he can have a testimony for his generation.
What do you use the presence of God for? In prayer, always tell God, “Show me something.”
His name be praised!
FURTHER STUDY: Psalm 48:12-13, Acts 26:16-18
GOLDEN NUGGET: The prayer that brings revival is the prayer for vision. A heart that hungers for transformation in a family, in a nation or in the world is the heart that prays to see in God.
PRAYER: Lord, I thank You for this Word. I thank You for these times and the Spirit of revival that is sweeping across the world. I thank You for nailing me in Your presence, for causing me to see what I must see. My family is revived, my nation is revived and my continent is revived. In Jesus’ name, Amen.