HOW NOT TO RELATE WITH THE HOLY SPIRIT - John 16:13-16; Zechariah 4:4-7

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When the Holy Spirit wants to help you, you must have a heart that receives the help He is bringing. When two people have the same level of intelligence, the man that can access the help and information that the Holy Spirit brings will have an advantage. The enemy may have set traps but if you will escape, you will need to be attuned to the voice of the Holy Spirit and be obedient. You may not know what the enemy has planned but if you have an unbroken link with the One who sees it all, then you are safe.

Information and revelation are two different things. Information has lots of details but revelation contains conclusions. When the Holy Spirit brings divine information in order to help you and give you an advantage in life, He doesn’t explain Himself, therefore learn to be obedient in dealing with Him. Prompt obedience is important when it comes to divine communication.

A superior doesn’t give explanation to his subordinate, he gives instructions. Don’t relate with the Holy Spirit like you do with your wife or your children because if you do that, you are likely to get in trouble. If the Holy Spirit sees it fit, He may give you reasons but if not, just obey because we are called to obedience. This generation of believers must be careful of the “King’s kid” mentality that makes many Christians live in disobedience and irreverence to kingdom principles.

 

Airplanes and cars will still crash because of the fall of Adam but believers must ensure they don’t partake of such evils. Allowing the Holy Spirit to show and tell us things before they happen gives us escape routes out of situations that we cannot handle.

Prayer: Holy Spirit, I’m sorry for the days that I despised your leading. Henceforth, I will obey your leading in my life for my good, so help me God in Jesus' name.
Bible in a year: 1 Samuel 20:1-21:15, John 9:1-41, Psalm 113:1-114:8, Proverbs 15:15-17