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The true benefit of knowledge is when you put it to practice; only then can knowledge release its power.
I was taught in basic science that water can occur in three states; liquid, solid (ice), or vapour. So I put this knowledge to work, and I walked on water. Solid water! Well, that was just on a lighter note.

This week, act on that idea, begin documenting that inspiration, send in that proposal, make that phone call. Do what you know.

A wise man said, no one pays you for what you know, you are only paid for what you do with what you know.
Dear friend, ‘let’s walk on water’!

You were born for a purpose that cannot be ignored. Your purpose is specific; it is not just ‘anything’ or ‘everything’. It is specific. You may start life with ‘whatever your hands find to do’, that’s okay, but with growth should come clarity and specificity.

You don’t choose your purpose; you discover it, and then prepare and pursue it.
(Jer 1:5, Eph 2:10, Hab 2:1-4).

Your highest significance is in your purpose. Seek it. Pursue it.

Sometimes we break-through by thinking through. I remember in E.W. Kenyon’s book ‘Signposts on the road to success’, he said “Make your mind sweat…”. Also, I once heard David Oyedepo say “God gave us a mind so He can rest”. That’s so profound.

Feed your mind with relevant, quality information, then task it to produce. There are people who are more afraid of thinking than they are of dying. Strategic and intentional thinking, not worrying, is what guarantees results.

Think until you know you are thinking. Think until the day star of ideas and direction is birthed in your heart. Hold your head and think!

One of the greatest influences of revelation from the word of God is in the power it exerts on a believer’s mind enabling him to see things from the perspective of God.

What you see with the eyes of your spirit by revelation must dominate the pictures on your mind, and become the stimulus for your behaviour. This is how to get in alignment with God, and plug into new realities.
Jer 1:9-12, Ps 119:18, 2Cor 3:18, Gen 15:1-6