One of the principles you must imbibe as a believer is to master how to profit by visible leaders that God has identified for you. Some invisible leaders bring divine signals and communication to you, and this includes your spirit, the anointing, and dreams. When you receive communications or direction from an invisible leader that seems unclear, or you are confused at a point, get confirmation on what to do from a visible leader.
The Bible is one of the visible leaders God has highlighted for you to follow. The word of God is visible, and it is the highest leader. It confirms what you received from an invisible leader. The word of God does not contradict what the Holy Spirit tells you. The major challenge is not the word of God nor the Holy Spirit, but what you received. Is it actually from the Holy Spirit?
If there is a conflict between what you have received and the word of God, then you need to admit that you are wrong, and seek for confirmation from a visible leader that God has chosen for you. God cannot be wrong, and His word cannot be wrong as well. Where many people miss divine communications is at the level of transmitting what they received from their spirit to the soul and body. At this level, there is a high tendency to miss what the Holy Ghost is saying. You must be ready to admit that you missed it when you are wrong. If you have spent enough time with the word of God as a visible leader, you will know what God cannot say.
PRAYER: Holy Spirit, open my inner eyes to see Your leading through Your word. I will profit by Your word in the name of Jesus. Amen.
BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Genesis 41:17-42:17, Matthew 13:24-46, Psalm 18:1-15, Proverbs 4:1-6
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