SHARPENING YOUR SPIRITUAL SENSITIVITY - PSALM 32:8

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Each man has different levels of spiritual sensitivities. Some are more spiritually sensitive than others. It must be noted that the more you deal in sin, the less spiritually sensitive you become because sin weakens your spiritual sensitivity. God did not plan for men of God to replace the Holy Spirit in your life as a believer rather, God called His men to teach every believer to develop his spirit and be able to receive spiritual communication accurately from God directly. 

The habit you are forming with spiritual communication from God determines how much of these you connect to. Divine spiritual communications already exist because in the spirit there is no time so it is how much you take time to listen to God that determines how much of Him you have. Don’t tip yourself into the “no communication zone”. (1 Sam. 28:1). A man who has formed the habit of not listening to God will tip himself into that zone where God refuses to be inquired of by such men. When this happens, such men under the pressure of the need for spiritual communications now resolve to the devil, witches, diviners and familiar spirits for their spiritual communications. 

 

There is the terrible judgement of God on men who consult the devil for information. Hence, there is a constant price you need to pay to receive divine communications. The habit of not listening to God is very dangerous because the devil looks for such a time to attack you. Don't forget, disobedience to divine communications will shut up communications of God from your life. This is so because the Holy Spirit will not forever strive with man. Start today by shutting out every hindrances to your sensitivity and spiritual development as your life or that of your seeds may eventually depend on it.

Prayer: Lord, I receive a hearing hear and a seeing eyes to receive every divine communication you are bringing into my life for profit and progress in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Genesis 35:1-36:43, Matthew 12:1-21, Psalm 15:1-5, Proverbs 3:21-26