THE HUMAN CONSCIENCE IN SPIRITUAL OPERATIONS - 1 Corinthians 10:27, 2 Corinthians 1:12

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God has implanted a powerful tool; the conscience, into the spirit life of every man, whether born again or not. Simply put, the conscience is the voice of the human spirit and it exists in different people in various conditions. It is the ‘regulator’ within a man that helps him to distinguish between what is right or wrong.

The condition of a man’s conscience will greatly affect his ability to walk in the spirit. The witness of the conscience is the safest means of divine communication available to a man. However, when a man is not born again, his conscience is not a safe witness or guide. That is why the state of the conscience is crucial to a successful earthly life and Christian walk.

There are various conditions a man’s conscience can be in but before I mention them, let’s look at things that your conscience can determine. They include:

a. The clarity of divine guidance you will enjoy

b. The quality of peace you will enjoy

c. The purity of fellowship you will have

d. The strength of faith you will release

e. The level of sensitivity your heart will have towards God, sin, worldliness, etc. (John 16:7-11)

This means that you must take the condition of your conscience seriously if you are to operate safely and correctly in the spirit realm. 

 

PRAYER: Dear Holy Spirit; my parakletos, please, help me to condition my conscience correctly so that I can walk safely and correctly in the spirit realm and in life. Amen

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Deuteronomy 33:1-29, Luke 13:1-21, Psalm 78:65-72, Proverbs 12:25

 


 


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