Yq9Uvvx2fOi9WSJhMLqf3Lr84S8 You Can Discern His Voice Friday, March 16th - How Do I Know God

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Pastor Chris

My ship hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me (John 10:27).

You may ask: ‘’How do I discern and hearken to the voice of the Holy Spirit?’’ If as a Christian, you find it difficult to discern the Spirit, it’s not because the voice is weak when He speaks. It’s because you haven’t trained your spirit to discern His voice. It’s possible to train yourself to discern the voice of the Spirit, and here are a few thoughts that’ll help you.

First, you must develop a voracious appetite for the Word. Study the Word and know it for yourself. The voice of God’s Spirit is made known to you through the written word. Secondly, train your spirit to respond to God by acting on the Word quickly. When you receive instructions or counsel from God’s Word, don’t delay; act quickly. That’s learning to train your spirit.

Thirdly, praying according to God’s Word is very vital. Prayer helps your spirit to become a dependable receptacle of God’s ideas, visions and prompting. Pray mostly with the spirit, in other tongues. The more you do, the more sensitive your spirit will be to His voice.

Finally, desire spiritual things-things that matter to God-from your heart and pursue them. The proof of desire is pursuit. Engage yourself with activities that’ll edify your spirit such as soul winning, participation in Church meetings and services etc. Commit your resources, time, money and attention to the things that matter to God.


Dear Father, thank you for the vital union that I have with you. The Bible declares that anyone who’s joined to the Lord is one Spirit with Him. I am one spirit with you; therefore, I’m able to hear and understand your words, and I give no place to the flesh, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Further Study

Isaiah 30:21
1 Year Bible Reading Plan:

Luke 1:1-26-56
Deuteronomy 5-7

2 Year Bible Reading Plan:

Acts 23:1-15

Psalm 31-32


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