Hearing God’s Voice – Knowing the Word of God

Posted: September 25, 2013 in Hearing God's Voice & The Prophetic

Hearing the Voice of God: Knowing the Word of God, the Bible

It is important for us to know the Bible, we need to know what the Bible says, what the Bible provide wisdom for us.

Heb 4:12 – For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.

When you know the Bible well, and you’ve got the Holy Spirit living inside of you, it is much easier to hear from God through the Bible verses. In times of troubles, distress, hard times, problem, different situations and any situations good or bad, it is easier for God to inspire us, encourage us, help us, strengthened us, direct us, gives wisdom, and speak to us in our hearts from the Bible verses we have known.

We can just pick up Bible verses in situations, sometimes it could be God as well, but without inspiration of the Holy Spirit it could likely be from our head knowledge, but when we pick up Bible verses in situations inspired by the Holy Spirit, then it became wisdom.

And besides all the other things God spoke to you, it is easier for God to confirm with the Bible verses, with the inspired Bible verses. GOD NEVER MEANT TO GIVE US THE BIBLE FOR DEATH, BUT FOR LIFE AND TO SPEAK TO US.

2 cor 3:6 – The letter kills, but the Spirit gives life.

The word of God without the inspiration of the Holy Spirit can bring legalistic, judgmental, and puffed up Head Knowledge, THE BIBLE VERSE ALONE CAN BRING LEGALISTIC, BUT WHEN IT’S INSPIRED BY THE HOLY SPIRIT, IT BECAME THE VOICE OF THE LORD IN OUR HEART, living and active. The Bible verses inspired by the Holy Spirit will make it a revelation and became the Voice of God.

Therefore we need to know the word (The Bible) and love the Holy Spirit God (the Spirit of the Lord), and love inspirations of the Holy Spirit in our hearts.

– David Chawngthu

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