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Jerry and I have five grandchildren. We have established trust funds for each of them because the Bible says to lay up an inheritance for your children's children.

So, every month we put money into their accounts. Each of these grandchildren is operating on different levels of revelation knowledge where their inheritance is concerned.

Our youngest will be born in just a few months. He has no idea what family he is being born into. Our youngest granddaughter, Madison, is not quite two years old. She operates on a very small level of revelation knowledge of even knowing who her grandparents are.

We only get to see her a few times a year because she lives in a different state. We kiss on her, and tell her we love her, and she'll coo and smile at us, but she barely even knows we are her grandparents much less that we have provided for her. In other words, she is operating on almost zero revelation knowledge.

We have another granddaughter, Kassidi, who is three years old. She knows she has a Mimi and a Papa, and she knows we will buy her anything she needs. She'll say, "Mimi, let's go shopping! I need new clothes." And she knows I'll jump in the car right then.

But her revelation knowledge of just how much we have prearranged for her to live a good life is very limited. We can say, "Kassidi, we have money for you in the bank," and she just smiles and runs off. We can give her a $5 bill, and she thinks it is the same as a $1 bill. She doesn't know. She doesn't have revelation knowledge.

But we have a grandson, Preston, who is eight years old. He knows his grandparents love him and have made arrangements for his future, but he could care less. He just wants doughnuts and toys!

However, our oldest grandchild, Mark James, is ten years old and is operating on a higher level of revelation knowledge. He not only knows he has a trust fund, but he also calls every month to find out how much is in there and how much interest it is drawing!

And he wants to know when he can use it! He's ready to go buy a car, move out of the house, have his own apartment, and he's only ten years old.

So we're talking about five children, with five different levels of revelation knowledge. They all walk in different levels of what they receive from their grandparents.

The one who knows what he has will call on the phone and request specific things. He has an intense desire for things and he knows it will not be denied him. And it's my great joy to give it to him.

Now if I can do that in the natural as a grandparent and parent, how much more does God, the Heavenly Father, desire to give unto us what He's pre-planned before the foundation of the world? It depends upon your level of revelation knowledge.

Do you know what belongs to you? Are you asking for it?

Source: The Intensity Of Your Desires by Carolyn Savelle.
Excerpt permission granted by Jerry Savelle Publications

Author Biography

Carolyn Savelle
Web site: Jerry Savelle Ministries International
Carolyn Savelle has an incredible testimony of growing up her entire life under the power and anointing of Jesus. She was reared in Shreveport, Louisiana, where she heard preachers such as Oral Roberts and William Branham. Throughout her life she has witnessed God's miraculous power.

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