Rhema is the perfect revelation of God to man for the purpose of accomplishing a specific mission. It is more powerful and facilitates the task of the one who receives it, enabling them to fulfill and solve a difficult and complex work without much effort. Here, the gift of revelation is necessarily associated with knowledge and faith.

To manifest the power of God in another dimension through Rhema (Revelation), one must have:

a. The Spirit of God.

b. Rhema or Revelation.

c. The Logos.

d. Knowledge.

e. Faith.

f. Total and absolute submission to the Holy Spirit.

g. Take Action.

It is written: Proverbs 29:18:

When there is no vision, the people are unrestrained; happy is he who keeps the teaching!

When there is no revelation, the people are unrestrained; happy is he who observes the law!” (Louis Second)

When there is no more divine revelation, the people let themselves go. Happy is the one who obeys the Law of God!” (Sower)

The revelation of the word carries salvation and new life (Psalm 107:20; Ezekiel 37:4), and it accomplishes the perfect purpose and will of God (Isaiah 55:10-11). Revelation is placed on and under God’s infinite wisdom in creation, under the inspiration of the understanding of His word accompanied by creative action or prophetic action. The concept of revelation is expressed in Hebrew as “galah” and in Greek as “apokaluptô.”

The name “apokalupsis” literally means: “to remove the veil,” phaneroô: means: to manifest, make clear, epiphainô means: “to show,” hence the name epiphaneia “manifestation”: epiphany, deiknumi means: to show, exêgeomai means: “to unfold, explain, chrêmatizô means: “to instruct, warn.”

The object of revelation is the Person of God and His purpose for humanity. Religions or philosophies express man’s quest for God, while the Bible testifies to God’s love approaching human beings to save them.

Through nature and human consciousness that distinguishes between good and evil, God has revealed Himself to all. This is what theologians call the general revelation of God. Through creation, He has shown His glory by providing humanity with universal and continuous revelation (Psalm 19:1-6).

Some Christians believe that only believers can see God’s revelation in nature, but the apostle Paul affirms that non-believers also know the truth about God;

  • having known God (Romans 1:21),
  • but they “suppress the truth unjustly” (Romans 1:18)
  • they see God’s invisible perfections (Romans 1:20)
  • but they do not glorify Him as God (Romans 1:21).
  • They have exchanged the truth of God for a lie (Romans 1:25)
  • they do not consider it good to have knowledge of God (Romans 1:28)
  • and they disobey His moral commandments (Romans 1:32).
  • For Paul, they are therefore inexcusable because they have rejected the truth (Romans 2:1).

Our parents, although they did not know God, received from God knowledge about nature and creation, so instead of worshiping the one who created all this nature, they preferred to worship creation and nature. What can be known about God through nature? Yes, it reveals the Creator (Romans 1:20) as an intelligent being; this is what the Bible calls His wisdom (Psalm 104:24) and His omnipotence (Romans 1:20).

The word of God through prophetic actions makes known the entire plan of God to humanity. Revelation, in association with nature and other creations, reveals God’s designs for our salvation.

This revelation can be subjective and immediate, i.e., it addresses directly the spirit of man but always in accordance with His Word, to show us the meaning of divine acts and His will for us, His thoughts regarding prophecies that can manifest His glory by solving a situation.

Objective revelation addresses our senses (sight or hearing) to make known the truth of His hidden mystery through His works in creation, to participate in the well-being of His children (Romans 8:19-23). Therefore, this revelation is followed by prayer with a prophetic action by associating with a nature according to which the Spirit of God inspires us to solve a given situation.

This text is an excerpt from the book “PRAYER SHORTCUTS THROUGH PROPHETIC ACTIONS ” written by Apostle Beni Hugues Mvemba.

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