SEEK TO KNOW THE HOLY SPIRIT - 2 Corinthians 2:9-14, John 16:7




These are days and times that you must stay in the spirit and stay in faith. This month, I will be bringing anointed words from the Lord daily! I counsel you not to miss any of the days! We will be focusing on “INCREASING YOUR SENSITIVITY TO THE HOLY SPIRIT.”

When I started out in ministry, God gave me two instructions: to learn how to walk by faith and be led by the Holy Spirit. These were my pursuits as I moved on in life and ministry. After many years in ministry, I have seen the difference between a life run on the human brain and a life instructed by the Holy Spirit.

When Jesus was returning to heaven, He told the disciples to wait at the Upper Room for the release of the Holy Spirit, who would be the Guide and Leader for their assignment. This instruction is to every believer that will ever be. Jesus has not left us all on our own but has come to us in the Holy Spirit. Effectiveness and accuracy in life and destiny come only by walking with the Holy Spirit, the One that reveals the deep things of God.

We are not to run the destiny race relying on our strong physical bodies or prowess of our minds. The Holy Spirit has been given to us as “the Comforter (Counsellor, Helper, Advocate, Intercessor, Strengthener and Standby) (John 16:7, AMP)”. Become aware of His presence and positively engage Him in your life and destiny walk. I have learnt that all you need to do is just listen and obey Him.


PRAYERLord, I pray for heightened sensitivity to the voice of the Holy Spirit in my life in Jesus’ name. Amen!!


BIBLE IN A YEAR: 2 Kings 18:13-19:37, Acts 21:1-17, Psalm 149:1-9, Proverbs 18:8



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