God didn’t give you your mind to lead your spirit. God plans that your spirit receives direction, your mind processes it, and your body executes it.
In Habakkuk 2:1-3; running is the action of your body, making it plain is the action of your soul, receiving the vision is the action of your spirit. Seeing what he will say is a spiritual act. Don’t start running until you see something. Let every physical action of your ministry be the end product of something you received in the spirit. Let everything you are doing be traceable to a divine direction. The following are the ways to enhancing your sensitivity to the Holy Spirit:
1. Keep your conscience pure. Protect your conscience. When your conscience argues about something, stop and correct it. An unbeliever can’t trust his conscience, but a believer must trust his conscience. When you got born again your conscience was cleansed.
2. Spend time in intimacy with God. Practice the Principle of one. One hour in a day, stay quiet before the Lord. One day in a week set it apart for you and the Lord. You don’t have to be off work, but you should be off the distractions. You should keep God in your emotions and your thoughts. You may be at work as a nurse, doctor, banker but your thought should turn often to the Lord. For one weekend in a month without TV or carnal activities, spend the bulk of your time with the things of God. One week in a year. It makes you a solid Christian.
PRAYER: Lord, I pray for a fresh baptism of the spirit of intimacy with you and I pray for purging and strengthening of my conscience in Jesus name. Amen!
BIBLE IN A YEAR: 1 Chronicles 12:19-14:17, Romans 1:1-17, Psalm 9:13-20, Proverbs 19:4-5
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