We are still looking at some practical activities you must engage in for you to build your sensitivity to the Holy Spirit.

5. Maintain close contact with authentic gifts and calling of the Holy Spirit. “Iron sharpeneth iron”, always walk with people that can pull you up in the spirit, not people that will pull you down. Be careful of ministerial friends who only talk about other people. Cut off such a relationship. 

Watch out for people whose visit make your spirit to bubble and go higher and those that you have to repent after they visit you. When you talk about other people, it weakens and poisons your spirit. Most of the time, when the information is a lie, it brings a wrong spirit on you. 

6. When you are not sure about the voice of God in your life, go back to the last place you were very sure God spoke to you. Sometimes if the Lord instructs you to do something, a lot of things can come at you at the same time that gets you worried. 

The principle comes from 2 Kings 6 when the sons of the prophet needed to expand their base and while cutting, the axe head fell into the river. You must understand that the axe head represents the voice of God in your life. Where was the last time in your journey that you were sure God spoke to you? If you get back there, you can retrace your steps to where you are.


PRAYERLord, I pray for anointed linkages with the right voices and authentic gifts of the Holy Spirit and I pray for the right protocol to service those relationships in Jesus name. Amen!


BIBLE IN A YEAR: 1 Chronicles 16:37-18:17, Romans 2:1-24, Psalm 10:16-18, Proverbs 19:8-9



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