The season of revelation – The season of clarity by Wale Akinsiku
The first season in our destiny is the season of revelation – which is a season of clarity. It frees you of the confusion of knowing what step to take.
You have a great destiny!
Jeremiah 1: 5 “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you [and approved of you as My chosen instrument],
And before you were born I consecrated you [to Myself as My own];
I have appointed you as a prophet to the nations.”
While our destinies complement each other, they are not replaceable. No two destinies are the same. God created you the way you are, and there is something you can offer that pleases the heart of God.
That’s why it is very important for you to run your own race. Fulfill the ministry for which God created you. You have a responsibility to fulfill your own assignment and finish the work.
2 Tim 4:5 But as for you, be clear-headed in every situation [stay calm and cool and steady], endure every hardship [without flinching], do the work of an evangelist, fulfill [the duties of] your ministry.
John 17:4 – I have glorified You [down here] on the earth by [a]completing the work that You gave Me to do.
Jesus glorified the Father by finishing the work God gave him to do.
You will finish well. You will accomplish what God sent you to do. Your destiny will not be truncated or subdued in Jesus name.
We need to understand that destiny goes in seasons, because God is a God of times and seasons. I pray you will not miss your season.
Ecc 3:1 There is a season (a time appointed) for everything and a time for every delight and event or purpose under heaven—
The first season in our destiny is the season of revelation – which is a season of clarity.
A lot of people are talented in the world today, yet there is so much confusion. They do not know where to go, what to do, because the gift itself does not direct us; the talent itself does not give us clarity.
There is no one better positioned to have clarity than those who have experienced the new birth.
The Bible says very clearly in John 8:12 – I am the light of the world and he that follows me will not walk in darkness. God does not want you to walk in confusion, so he gives you clarity concerning the plan he has for your life.
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There are too many superior talents that are confused, and this confusion could be so burdensome that it becomes an emotional problem.
People are rallying around worthless causes because they are looking for purpose; they are looking for the reason for their existence – why am I here? What am I doing? Why do I exist?
The season of destiny starts with clarity. Receiving a picture of your future happens in the season of clarity.
In Gen 37:1-5 – God gave Joseph a dream – God gave him clarity about his future.
Acts 7:23 – When Moses was about 40 years old, he had clarity about his future.
But when he reached the age of forty, it came into his heart to visit his brothers, the sons of Israel.
You cannot fill the gap in your life that only God can fill. The very reason why God created you will come into your heart.
You are neither too old nor too young to receive clarity concerning your future and start the pursuit of your destiny.
Acts 26:12-19 – Paul was not disobedient to the heavenly vision. We must break the power of confusion. As long as you have clarity, you have hope, even before you see manifestation.
“So, King Agrippa, I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision,”
Habakkuk was a prophet who lived at a time the nation was going through a lot of troubles. He complained about the situation. Later the realized that complaining about the situation will not change it, therefore decided to watch for God’s leading.
I will stand at my guard post
And station myself on the tower;
And I will keep watch to see what He will say to me,
And what answer I will give [as His spokesman] when I am reproved.
Then the Lord answered me and said,
“Write the vision
And engrave it plainly on [clay] tablets
So that the one who reads it will run.
Sometimes we are clear about some aspects of our lives, and not clear concerning the others.
I pray that as you set yourself apart over the next couple of weeks, God will give you clarity.
Click to read 3 ways to get clarity.
Pastor Wale Akinsiku is the senior pastor of House of Praise (HOP) – A Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God North America, Canada