DAY 13: SPIRITUAL GIFTS: WORD OF KNOWLEDGE
Leonard Sweet – Professor of Evangelism at Drew University
Knowledge is more than just facts. Biblical knowledge comes from an up-close-and-personal relationship with someone or something. The way to know more about anything is to deepen your experience with it
Our word “disciple” comes from the Koine Greek word
When we put on the mind of
• Jesus, help me to know one thing and one thing only: Jesus Christ and Him crucified, our risen,
• Dear God, You have promised to increase our faith. So today I ask for an increase in crops, especially the fruit of the Spirit called knowledge. Give me the desire to receive this fruit with humility, not to lord it over others, but to point others to the Lord and giver of life.
• Lord, may my highest ambition in life be not only to pray the Lord’s Prayer with meaning and
• Eternal God, fill me this day with Your Spirit, so that I may be Spirit-driven in all I do, guarded and guided with the knowledge of Your will and ways, thereby bearing the marks of my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.