Today, I will be concluding what I started on how to enhance your sensitivity to the leading of the Holy Spirit in your life.
7. Develop the fruit of the Spirit according to Galatians 5. The fruit of the Spirit helps us to protect the voice of God in our lives and the direction and leading of the Holy Spirit.
8. Reduce emotionalism and human opinion from your affairs. The fear of man brings a snare. Emotionalism is the assassin of spirituality. God didn’t give you emotions to guide you. He gave you emotions to know things that are wrong physically.
9. Negative passions reduce spiritual sensitivity. Be careful of things that get you into anger. Anybody that gets you angry is reducing your spiritual sensitivity. The degree of your negative emotions is the opposite of your spiritual sensitivity.
10. Beware of giving heed to lying spirit. Be careful and beware of strange prophecy that doesn’t follow scriptural protocols. Generally, God will not speak to you out of the blues. He will speak to you in the context of the known and provable in your life. Once you obey a wrong prophecy, you are going in the wrong direction.
11. Fasting Regularly. Fasting does not change God, but it acts as a spiritual booster. It takes you deeper to a higher level in prayer, worship, studying the word. It enhances your sensitivity to the Holy Spirit.
Don’t forget that your greatness in life is connected to your sensitivity, not your sensibility.
PRAYER: Lord, I pray for enhanced sensitivity and take authority over every dullness of perception in Jesus’ name. Amen!
BIBLE IN A YEAR: 1 Chronicles 19:1-21:30, Romans 2:25-3:8, Psalm 11:1-7, Proverbs 19:10-12
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