If God uses me to write or to inform His world, I am not the one being glorified or uplifted, I am not what is important or needed. The important thing is what I am told to say, not that I have been chosen to be His messenger. The revelation is more important than the revealer. Just because God chooses to speak through His creation does not minimize or diminish what is being revealed. God can use whosoever He chooses to use and He will not allow His decision to do so to be insulted or questioned. Honor demands honor and reverence will undoubtedly cause one to worship and to praise. If the message is to remain pure and unaltered, the messenger must remain obedient and humble. Arrogance causes the revelation to be questioned while humility allows the knowledge and wisdom of God to remain unadulterated and forceful.
In the revelation of God we have been given two options, to rebel or obey. There has been no room or option allowed for negotiations or compromise; God knows what is needed and He will not accept anything that is corrupted or sinful. Included in the true magnificence of God is His desire to forgive and to restore. There is no gift more desirable or needed; there is no decision more significant and cherished. God has promised to be there for His children, if He had not done so, we could not survive. The message from God is one of love and eternal goodness. The message from God is one of liberation and truth. If the message is truly from God, it will not be compromised or altered, destroyed or condemned. God has the power and authority to speak and having done so, He has the power to preserve and to increase. Speaking with God is a call to obedience and action. “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light” (Genesis 1:3) “And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so” (Genesis 1:9).