Tag: Revelation

Prayers for Revelation from the Lord

Original source: “Prayers that Rout Demons” by Apostle John Eckhardt:


You are a God that reveals secrets. Lord, reveal Your secrets unto me (Daniel 2:28).

Reveal to me the secret and deep things (Daniel 2:22).

Let me understand things kept secret from the foundation of the world (Matthew 13:35).

Let the seals be broken from Your Word (Daniel 12:9).

Let me understand and have revelation of Your will and purpose for my life. Give me the spirit of wisdom and revelation, and let the eyes of my understanding be enlightened (Ephisians 1:17).

Let me understand heavenly things (John 3:12).

Open my eyes to behold wondrous things out of Your Word (Psalm 119:18).

Let me know and understand the mysteries of the kingdom (Mark 4:11).

Let me speak to others by revelation (First Corinthians 14:6).

Reveal Your secrets to Your servants the prophets (Amos 3:7).

Let the hidden things be made manifest (Mark 4:22).

Hide Your truths from the wise and prudent, and reveal them to babes (Matthew 11:25).

Let Your arm be revealed in my life (John 12:38).

Reveal the things that belong to me (Deuteronomy 29:29).

Let Your Word be revealed unto me (First Samuel 3:7).

Let Your glory be revealed in my life (Isaiah 40:5).

Let Your righteousness be revealed in my life (Isaiah 56:1).

Let me receive visions and revelations of the Lord (Second Corinthinas 12:1).

Let me receive an abundance of revelations (Second Corinthians 12:7).

Let me be a good steward of Your revelations (First Corinthians 4:1).

Let me speak the mystery of Christ (Colossians 4:3).

Let me receive and understand Your hidden wisdom (Frist Corinthians 2:7).

Hide not Your commandments from me (Psalm 119:19).

Let me speak the wisdom of God in a mystery (First Corinthians 2:7).

Let me make known the mystery of the gospel (Ephesians 6:19).

Make known unto me the mystery of Your will (Ephesians 1:9).

Open Your dark sayings upon the harp (Psalm 49:4).

Let me understand Your parables; the words of the wise and their dark sayings (Proverbs 1:6).

Lord, lighten my candle and enlighten my darkness (Psalm 18:28).

Make darkness light before me (Isaiah 42:16).

Give me the treasures of darkness and hidden riches in secret places (Isaiah 45:3).

Let Your candle shine upon my head (Job 29:3).

My spirit is the candle of the Lord, searching all the inward parts of the belly (Proverbs 20:27).

Let me understand the deep things of God (First Corinthians 2:10).

Let me understand Your deep thoughts (Psalm 92:5).

Let my eyes be enlightened with Your Word (Psalm 19:8).

My eyes are blessed to see (Luke 10:23).

Let all spiritual cataracts and scales be removed from my eyes (Acts 9:18).

Let me comprehend with all saints what is the breadth and length and depth and height of Your love (Ephesians 3:18).

Let my reins instruct me in the night season, and let me awaken with revelation (Psalm 16:7).

Unanswered Questions

Why?  A question we have no doubt asked many times, Why?  Perhaps you have lost a loved one, faced hardship or everything just seems to be going wrong in your life.  So we stop, and we ask why? Why me, why now, why?  But ask yourself this instead, does the answer to that question change the journey you are on?  If you knew why your loved one was taken from you, would it make it easier to deal with the loss?  If you knew why you lost your job, would you be able to care for your family any better?  Perhaps the question we should truly be asking during these times of adversity is… What’s next?  There is a plan; there is a reason for every single action that takes place in your life.  We don’t have to know why they occur to know they are meant to push us forward.  The more we question the journey the harder it is to see the path.  Although these times may be hard, they will not last forever.  In time our purpose is revealed and only then will that question be answered, Why?

“For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. Romans 8:18”

Life is Revelation


Everyday, something “new” is revealed to us. A new truth. A new way of doing something. A new beginning. Is it our responsibility to hear and receive it when it makes itself known? Does the decision we have to make at that moment in time move us closer to or further away from the path of true potential? Are revelations the proverbial seeds that sprout within us, and grow into blossoming trees which eventually produce fruits for others to feed from? Should we challenge ourselves to listen to the voices within and be the person our revelation is calling us to be?

Shhhhhh…just listen. When was the last time you spent time with yourself? No TV. No cell phone. No radio. No outside distractions. Just you and your mind? What did you hear? How much of it was noise? By noise, I mean jibberish that is just floating around your brain that has very little value. Block it out. Was there anything that you could use to better yourself or someone else? Now question it. Was there any substance of truth to it or was it just a working thought that sounded good at the time? Jot it down, research the matter, and see if it can lead to something great.

Words are things. If you want to change your world; more importantly, if you want to improve your way of life, find a better source for the words that you use. Stop using words that make you powerless and defensive. You have greatness within you. And with that greatness is an endless supply of empowerment that can will you through anything. Start examining why you speak the way you do? Next, consider the source. You shouldn’t wake up in the morning and your first thought is, “How bad is life going to treat me today?” That’s crazy talk. Find a positive affirmation, give thanks for something, challenge yourself to do something great, and never talk yourself into defeat.