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Open Heavens
by Pastor E.A Adeboye
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ACCESSING DIVINE COUNSEL

Read:
John 17:15-17

Memorise:
Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.
John 17:17

Bible in one year:
1 Kings 2
Ezekiel 16:6-22

Hymn:
Sing hymn 15 (in hard copy)

Access to divine guidance is one yardstick you can use to determine whether you are a sheep in the fold of Jesus Christ, the Great Shepherd. This is very central to our walk with God, as it determines the status of our relationship with Christ. Amassing years in the faith is not as important as increasing the frequency of receiving divine guidance. This means that if you received Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour some 5, 10, 20 or more years ago, but still cannot easily be led by the Spirit of God on various matters, you are hardly growing spiritually. Romans 8:14 says,
“For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.”

A close walk with the Holy Spirit is the bedrock for receiving divine guidance. In John 16:13, Jesus clearly stated one major reason why the Holy Spirit was sent to the world. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of truth, and so it falls within the purview of His duties to guide you along the path of truth. If you have a knotty issue that cannot be unravelled, simply go to the Holy Spirit, and He will guide you aright. He operates in the realm of truth and not necessarily facts. Some people equate facts with truth but that is not often the case. Just as lies are a distortion of the facts, facts can sometimes be contrary to truth. Facts are observations that have been subjected to interpretations based on current knowledge, and because knowledge changes, facts can also change.

What then is truth? The Lord Jesus Christ answers this question in John 17:17:
“Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.”
The word of God is truth. Also, the Godhead is an embodiment of truth. In fact, Jesus in John 14:6 declared:
“…I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.”

Truth is based on faith. If you will receive divine guidance, you must be prepared to walk in God’s path of truth. The truth is ever constant. God wants His children to walk with the truth and not necessarily facts. When a child of God is ill for example, the fact is that there are physical signs and manifestations of the ailment on the individual, but the truth is that Jesus has already paid the price for the healing of every child of God. For this reason, the Bible says we walk by faith (truth) not by sight (facts) (2 Corinthians 5:7). This means, you must be a person of faith. You must live by the truth and not contradict God’s word by your lifestyle. Also, you cannot be telling lies and expect the truth of God to be revealed to you. Choose to live by truth today.

Key Point:
A liar cannot receive a revelation of the Truth until he or she is ready to dump falsehood.




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Temi Peter



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Our Daily Bread
by RBC Ministries
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The Good Seed
by GBV Dillenburg GmbH
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A shepherd leads the flock

Thou leddest thy people like a flock by the hand of Moses and Aaron.
Psalm 77:20

A shepherd leads the flock to places where they can find suitable food. He knows exactly what kind of food they need. He also knows where there is danger besides the paths and places where they can graze and rest without any risk.
Many Christians can sincerely confirm that God has led them during their lives to places that were good for them. These places often turned out to be those that we ourselves would never have chosen, but they proved to be the best. That does not mean that God’s ways were always pleasant for us. They were often difficult, but the consequences was peace, rest and joy, at least as long as we followed the Good Shepherd and listened to His voice.
By nature we are inclined to make our decisions alone and independently of God. But there are thousands of situations in life that we cannot foresee and which are too difficult for us. In such circumstances, we like to depend on someone who has experience and is prepared to take over the burden of leadership. The best thing we can do is constantly follow the Good Shepherd in all things.
A shepherd protects his flock. That was formerly no easy task; it was dangerous when there wild animals and thieves lurking nearby. Occasionally, the shepherd had to fight as the risk of his own life. David, for instance, fought with a lion and a bear to save his sheep (cf. 1 Samuel 17:34-37).
The Lord Jesus laid down His life for us, His sheep. He is the Good Shepherd. And just as a shepherd knows what is dangerous for the sheep, He knows the devil’s wiles. But He has already overcome him. To be safe, we need only to keep close to our Shepherd.
Today’s reading: 1 Kings 2:1-25




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The Lord is near
by Jacob Redekop, Brian Reynolds, John van Dijk, Eugene P. Vedder, Jr
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