DIVINE COMMUNICATIONS THROUGH REST - Micah 2:10, Colossians 3:15 (AMP), 2 Corinthians 2:12-13

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This is one of the quickest ways to know if you are in the wrong place. If your spirit is not at rest where you are, begin to ask questions about where you should go. If there is no rest inside your spirit, run, because it will destroy you. There is a rest in your soul and spirit in form of  peace; a state of quietness. It is the rest in the spirit that determines where you should be. 

When it comes to decision making, which choice gives you peace? That’s the right thing one; but when there is unrest over a decision, check it and be sure. You may be confronted with a business proposition that will earn you billions, but if there is no peace within you, don’t follow it. Let the peace of God rule in your heart.

God does not expect you to disobey your spirit. He has several ways to get across to us. We don’t have to respond to every call. That something sounds right does not mean it is of God. Check the peace and the rest inside your heart; how much rest do you have over the issue? If somebody sends for you and says, “Come and visit me” and you suddenly lose your peace over it, don’t make the trip. When you see a man that follows the spirit, he is like a mad man to carnal people. Remember, God leads us beside the still waters or waters of rest. Look out for REST and follow the REST in your heart. 

 

PRAYER: Lord, I open my spirit man to divine communications from now on, let the light of the Holy Spirit shine upon my spirit and let my spirit man come alive in Jesus’ name. Amen.

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Deuteronomy 29:1-30:20, Luke 11:37-12:7, Psalm 78:1-31, Proverbs 12:19-20

 


 


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