Yesterday I started speaking on how to enhance your sensitivity to the leading of the Holy Spirit. I will continue in that direction today.
3. Increase your confession of the word of God. Learn to work with the words of your mouth. Your words affect your spirit. The words of your mouth turn your spirit towards either evil or good. When you say, “I don’t know what to do”, your spirit begins to turn towards the confusion. But when you declare the word of God, your spirit begins to find ways to accomplish the words of your mouth.
You must begin to understand the effect of your words on your spirit man as a believer. If you find yourself speaking something negative, stop and cancel it immediately. Be careful of speaking under negative passion; in anger or frustration. The words of your mouth sow the seeds of faith in your heart and stir up the gift of God in your spirit.
4. Stay away from un-anointed and godless atmospheres. Learn how to create anointed atmospheres for yourself, through worship, praise and messages. Learn to sleep with the word of God speaking over you. Don’t sleep with the television switched on because programs could change. For example, after dozing off watching the news, the program could be changed to a horror movie. Whatever channel you tune your television to; the spirit of the program on going can step into your house. Create anointed atmospheres in your car, play messages & worship songs etc.
PRAYER: Today, take some minutes to declare the scriptures over your life. It will be unto you according to the word of the Lord! Amen!
BIBLE IN A YEAR: 1 Chronicles 15:1-16:36, Romans 1:18-32, Psalm 10:1-15, Proverbs 19:6-7
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