Daily Devotional


Grow Your Knowledge

2nd September 2019

Scripture Reading: Acts 27: 41-44, 28: 1-6


“And when they were escaped, then they knew that the island was called Melita.” (Acts 28: 1)

When Paul and other prisoners escaped from the sea and the storm, they knew that the Island was called Melita. Paul and his fellow prisoners were able to figure out where they were because they ‘knew’. There was a knowledge they had that positioned them to realize their current location. What they knew created their realities. Between what they escaped, and the sweetness (Melita) they entered, what they knew created their reality.

Friend, what you know will create your reality. What you know will cause new realities to emerge. The knowledge of God you know and embrace will cause you to enter into sweet places; the knowledge you have from God’s word has the capacity to redefine your realities; the revelation you have of God will set your feet on a new pedestal of incredible achievements; your knowledge will make more room for you at the top.

Deliberately expose yourself to the word of God; intentionally expose yourself to the knowledge of God. Make efforts to grow your knowledge in your walk with God, career, business, ministry, craft, etc. Grow your knowledge to a point where it will recreate your realities. Grow your knowledge to a point where your realities will be a product of what you know. Grow your knowledge to the point where it will change your results for good.

Your knowledge is your comparative advantage; what you know will show you the way; what you know will place you ahead of others; what you know will cause your greatness to flourish; what you know will open the channels and portals of the unusual in your life; what you know will position you on a mountain of influence and relevance; what you know will cause your path to shine brighter and brighter, until the perfect day.

In all your getting, get more knowledge, of God, and of the things you do in life. Let what you know recreate your realities.


What I know will make my way perfect, in Jesus’ name!

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Memory Verse

“That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death;” (Philippians 3: 10)

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