Godly Counsel Is Important In Interpreting God's Voice

When you hear the Father’s voice, you must correctly interpret and understand him before doing anything with Him. Interpretation may be simple and straight forward. For example, God may tell you to share Jesus with a family member. That is simple. The only unknown is timing for an opportunity to share.

Often, however, there is more than one possible interpretation and you need wisdom to understand. Ask the Holy Spirit to give you wisdom according to James 1. Sometimes what He says requires Godly counsel from someone you trust to bring better understanding. Don’t act upon the revelation unless you have interpreted it. Don’t go off ‘half cocked’!

Prov. 15:21, 22 says, "Folly delights a man who lacks judgment, but a man of understanding keeps a straight course. Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed." There is nothing wrong with Godly counsel. Weigh the counsel in conjunction with wisdom the Holy Spirit is giving you. Last days leaders proceed with understanding and wisdom

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