Removing the Veil

Revelation in the New Testament means removing the veil from our eyes; it means exposing a truth that we have not yet seen. Paul prayed for the church in Ephesus to have a Spirit of wisdom and revelation (Eph 1:17). I deeply desire for the Spirit to pull the veil back and disclose to me more about God, His ways, and His kingdom. There's a bit more insight about this in 2 Corinthians 3:16. It indicates that whenever a person "turns" to the Lord, the veil is taken away. Think of a bride when she turns to her husband on her wedding day, and he removes the veil. So we, out of love and intimacy, turn to Christ; we look upon Him, and He removes the veil. Revelation is the byproduct of intimacy with Christ. Insight about Jesus comes to those who look only unto Him, the author and perfecter of our faith (Heb 12:2). Who or what are you watching? Let's turn to Jesus; let's keep our eyes on Him.

Rob McCorkle

Rob believes in the message of purity and power. In 2013, he completed his Doctor of Ministry from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. His dissertation discusses the fusion of Word and Spirit in the Holiness movement with special emphasis on the supernatural gifts. Rob is the founder of Fire School Ministries, a ministry organization with the distinct purpose of re-digging the wells in the Holiness movement.