“For he that speaketh in an unknown tongue speaketh not unto men, but unto God: for no man understandeth him; howbeit in the spirit he speaketh mysteries.” 1 Corinthians 14:2 KJV
Regardless of the challenges confronting you, never discount yourself. You will still be celebrated. Don’t you know that the challenges that we have in this world are begging for answers? The challenges we have all over Africa are waiting for men and women with answers to manifest. And that is where we come in as believers, to sit down and pray and think out the solutions. It is not whether people like you or not. What matters is that you have the answer. Many will kiss the lips of him that has the answer.
There is the knowledge that passes all knowledge, which can only be accessed by revelation. And that is why you are given the prayer language of the Spirit. The Bible says when you speak in the Spirit you are speaking mysteries, which have been ordained for your glory; mysteries that will set you apart. When you pray in the prayer language of the Spirit, you are able to tap into answers that you couldn’t have. Somehow, you will just find yourself gravitating towards the solution.
Recently, I learnt of a certain man that lost all the data he had in his personal computer when it crashed. He had an important presentation to make but he was unable to recover his files. He became confused. He didn’t know what to do or where to start from. The situation had the potential to become an embarrassment. He started praying in the Holy Ghost. As he kept praying, the Holy Spirit said to him why don’t you try your wife’s laptop. He did as instructed and the thing came out. All the information he needed. The Holy Spirit gave him that special window to retrieve the needed information. There is no way God will allow us to be stranded when we utilize the weapons that He has given us. We cannot be stranded. There is always a solution for everything!
Further Reading: Romans 8:26-28, 1 Corinthians 14:1-15
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Leviticus 1-3; Evening- Matthew 24:1-28