You must understand that the sharp cutting edge of your life is your sense of accuracy. There is a way that God will lead you at different junctions of your life as you walk with or follow Him. In leading you, He tells you where to go or what to do. Moreover, God’s guidance involves the intricacies of what He is leading you to do. Understand the difference between the two; God may lead you to a place or to marry somebody, He will also guide you on what to do when you get to that place or what to do in that marriage. In following divine guidance, you have to work some things out, and that’s where many people fail. A Christian can get a leading correctly and fail to follow the guidance of God. This could be because some believers are not sincere; they have their motives; hence they convert their desires to revelations.
Our persistence in learning to listen and follow the direction of God is proof of our Christian growth. For example, when a child is trying to walk, even though he falls, he picks himself up and continues. Some people think because they have missed divine leading once, they have failed. If you have missed the leading of God on an issue, identify how you missed it. The unwillingness of many Christians to agree they made a mistake has driven many to hold on to crazy thoughts and revelations that are conflicting with sensible things.
If you don’t get it right or you are not sure of what you are receiving from the Lord, go to the visible leaders among you for confirmation or cancellation.
PRAYER: Holy Spirit, help me to sharpen the cutting edge of my life to follow God’s leading and guidance accurately in Jesus’ name. Amen.
BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Genesis 39:1-41:16, Matthew 12:46-13:23, Psalm 17:1-15, Proverbs 3:33-35
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