John the Baptist had series of revelations about Jesus by the Holy Spirit. He projected the Lord as the Lamb of God that takes away the sins of the world; the ONE who would baptise with the HOLY GHOST and FIRE etc. In John 3:30, John submitted, “He must increase, but I must
decrease.” When he stopped functioning on that revelational knowledge, John sent a message to Jesus in Luke 7:19- “art thou he that should come or look we for another?” Despite the unwarranted question, the Master replied kindly, “… go and tell John, how that the
blind see, the lame walk, lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear and the dead are raised..”. Revelation is progressive when you keep fellowship alive. Peter was the most out spoken disciple of Jesus. He loved the Lord and also had revelation of Him to the extent that the Master established him as the head of the disciples and the early Church. But the same Peter denied Jesus three times in the day of adversity, though he repented and was restored. Repentance can make you to escape the state of spiritual blindness and blankness. Press on for spiritual revival then you will experience total restoration.