Daily Devotionals
Ask for It! Kenneth Copeland 09 September For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ [the Anointed One and His Anointing].

God shines in my heart to give me the knowledge of the glory. 2 Corinthians 4:6 Isaiah 2-3; Psalm 27 I have meditated and studied the scriptures concerning the glory until I am fully expecting it to manifest in my life. I’m expecting resurrection power to accompany me wherever I go. I’m expecting the same glory that shone like fire on the face of Jesus to shine in me and my situation. I’m expecting my God to supply all my needs. How? According to His riches in glory! I’m not looking for that glory to come floating down from heaven. I’m expecting it to come from inside me. I’m expecting it to come from inside you. I’m expecting it to come out of us because 1 Chronicles 16:27 says, “Glory and honour are in his [God’s] presence,” and since God Himself is present in us through the indwelling Holy Spirit, the glory is already inside us! Our problem up to now hasn’t been a lack of glory. It’s been a lack of understanding. We haven’t had a revelation of the glory of God within us. We haven’t known how to cooperate with the glory. But God doesn’t intend for us to remain ignorant. God hasn’t left us in the dark. He has commanded the light to shine and give us a working knowledge, an ability to comprehend and understand how to use the glory of God that dwells within us. He has given us the “mind of Christ” (1 Corinthians 2:16). In other words, the same anointing that is on the mind of Jesus is available to us. There’s no need for you to stay tied up in knots over some problem the devil has pushed on you. There’s no need for you to be stopped by some mountain of sin, sickness or poverty the devil has put in your path. You have the glory of God on the inside of you. You have the anointing to release the manifestation of that glory. When you put the Word of God in your heart and in your mouth, expect your words to be filled with the same resurrection power that caused hell itself to bow its knee 2,000 years ago. Expect the all-powerful goodness of God to permeate your whole being—spirit, soul and body—until your life shines with the very light that shines from Jesus’ face, the light that illumines all of heaven. So ask for it! Ask God for the knowledge of the glory today. James 1:5 promises He will give it to you liberally!

Scripture Reading: 2 Chronicles 7:1-3