Age… In Christ, we are Children of our Creator. We are told to be ourselves as led by The Spirit of God.


We cannot truly understand the ways of the Kingdom. To pretend that we do would be a sinful pride. Jesus has said that we must be like a child, who is ignorant but not arrogant. Just as Jesus accepted the children into His arms, He will also accept us into His Kingdom if we are able to learn from these little ones.

Discover How God Can Have One Son and Have Many Sons (and Daughters) Too

The Bible calls Jesus the Son of God. We see this in forty New Testament verses from speakers ranging from his disciples to his detractors, including evil spirits and even Satan.

Saying that Jesus is the Son of God suggests there’s only one Son. Indeed, other verses—such as John 3:16—call him God’s one and only Son.

This means that God is Jesus’s father, and Jesus is his only Son.

But if Jesus is the only Son of God, why does the Bible also call us sons and daughters (children) of God? If we receive him (John 1:12), are led by his Spirit (Romans 8:14), and have faith (Galatians 3:26), then we become children of God.

As his children, is that why we pray to him as “Our Father” (see Matthew 6:9) or should only Jesus get to do that?

The Bible is not contradicting itself. Jesus can be the one and only Son of God and at the same time, we can also be sons and daughters of God. Here are two ways to understand this.

The Bride of Christ

Jesus talks often about the groom (bridegroom) and his bride, implying that he is the groom and his followers are his bride. John the Baptist testified that he came to pave the way for the Messiah: Jesus, the bridegroom. The bride belongs to the groom (John 3:27-29).

The apostle John reinforces this in his epic vision that includes a future wedding of bridegroom and bride. Jesus is the Lamb, and we are his bride.

As the bride of Christ, we become God’s children through marriage. God has one Son, and through our marriage to his Son, we, too, become the children of God.

However, this idea of being spiritually married to Jesus is hard for many people to accept, especially men. Fortunately, there’s another analogy that’s easier to grasp.

Through Adoption

Another illustration of our relationship with Father God is adoption.

Paul writes that by receiving God’s spirit we’re adopted into God’s family, becoming his sons and daughters. Through God’s spirit, we can then call him, “Abba, Father” (Romans 8:15). Being adopted as his sons and daughters was God’s plan from the beginning (Ephesians 1:4-6).

Adoption is a beautiful image. As adopted children, God selects us; we’re chosen. The act is intentional. Through adoption we then become God’s heirs, co-heirs with Jesus (Romans 4:14). As heirs, we receive eternal life from him (Titus 3:7).As God’s children we are heirs of all he has. This includes the gift of spending eternity with him.CLICK TO TWEET

We Are Children of God

Through our spiritual marriage to Jesus, we become children of God. Through our spiritual adoption into his family, we also become children of God. As God’s children we are heirs of all he has. This includes the gift of spending eternity with him.

Praise Father God.

And we pray:

Lord, I pray for the children of Your church. May You bless each one of them and give them a playful and joyous spirit that is outpouring with love, and may we all show these children great love. Let us learn from these young ones and teach them as well, so that they may grow to know that You are the Lord. In the name of Jesus Christ our Savior, Amen.

5 Ways to Strengthen Your Relationship with God

  1. Humble Yourself and Pray.
  2. Read and Study Your Bible.
  3. Join a Group of Like-Minded Believers.
  4. Do for Others.
  5. Seek Out Your Spiritual Gifts.

I have been moved in this ‘season’ of COVID…


We are here at this time (in this season) for a reason. Verses have been placed on my heart continually…

Most importantly, let us pray!

Father LORD, Your Essence sent us all – each and every one of us to be here in this ‘season’ for a reason. We have read, heard of the story’s of life here on Earth in the past. We are under Your Wing of protection and grace, Hallelujah! Glory to You ALONE Father. Use us as You Will – Your Will be done in our lives we pray.

Yet not as I will, but as You will…. may your will be done.” (Matthew 26:39,42)

In our lives, Your Will be done, Amen.

We plead the blood of Jesus on each person on this share, LORD You Word says we AND our household shall be saved, Hallelujah!

We claim this and decree this establishing it in Heavenly places. Whet and wet us LORD with Your blessings. Flow through us we ask in The Name of Jesus, Amen.

Y’all IF and when we agree, we can bring things to pass.

I have been quiet about this. A few days ago, it came to my thoughts: Again, truly I tell you that if any two of us here on Earth agree about ANYTHING they ask for, it WILL be done for them by The Father in Heaven. Matthew 18:19

It keeps coming to me! There is a reason I was allowed to return in this ‘season’. In faith, let us fast and pray this DONE in Jesus’ name!!!

My God is an AWESOME God!!!


The Creator, The First and always!

“Awesome.” A word that was so overused in the 90’s that it has lost its awesomeness.

The formal definition of awesome is: extremely impressive or daunting; inspiring great admiration, apprehension, or fear.

So, a good pizza or an exciting TV show are really not that awesome. But God IS awesome. Anytime that someone in the Bible approached the presence of the Lord they were overwhelmed with a sense of awe. Can you think of a few stories in the Bible where people were awe-struck with God or with and angel? Find one. How did the individuals respond to being in the presence of God?

Here is another example to consider: Read some of Ezekiel 1. The call of the prophet Ezekiel lifted him to see the spiritual realm. Read a little of this amazing view of glorious heavenly figures. After Ezekiel witnesses the vision, here is how he responds:

Ezekiel 1:28
“This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. When I saw it, I fell facedown, and I heard the voice of one speaking.”

Ezekiel’s response is typical to anyone who approaches the presence of God… his knees buckle and he does a face-plant! Why is this? Because God is AWESOME! His power brings us to our knees. His brilliance is blinding. His holiness is overwhelming. We become speechless. Worshipful. Completely submissive to the authority and might of God.

This is a really good place for us to be… on our knees aware of God’s infinite strength. This reminds us that HE is the star of the show… not us. He is working to bring about the fulfillment of His Kingdom. All things are created by Him and designed to serve Him… and we are participants in this great universal worship service that is going on right now.

The New Testament tells us that the prophets are not the only ones who can approach God. Everyone of us have been given the ability to come into the awesome presence of Lord through the blood of Christ.

Hebrews 12:22-24
“But you have come to Mount Zion, to the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem. You have come to thousands upon thousands of angels in joyful assembly, to the church of the firstborn, whose names are written in heaven. You have come to God, the Judge of all, to the spirits of the righteous made perfect, to Jesus the mediator of a new covenant, and to the sprinkled blood that speaks a better word than the blood of Abel.”

When was the last time that you bowed to your knees in worship with a sense of awe in the presence of God? Try it now… really. Find a place where you can be alone. Fall to your knees. Raise your hands. Praise God for who He is. Take your focus off of yourself. Praise God.

You can praise Him in speech or in song as you think about his attributes (like Psalm 103).

Or you can sit in silence and turn your thoughts to Him.

Psalm 46:10
He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth.”

Today… right now… worship. Lift Your eyes to the mountains!

Beauty does not even begin to describe The Perfection of Perfection!!! Glory be!!!

One tiny clue is The Word of God created Lucifer. As a name for the devil, the more common meaning in English, “Lucifer” is the rendering of the Hebrew word הֵילֵל‎ (transliteration: hêylêl; pronunciation: hay-lale) in Isaiah (Isaiah 14:12) given in the King James Version of the Bible.

Lucifer became so impressed with his own beauty, intelligence, power, and position that he began to desire for himself the honor and glory that belonged to God alone. This pride represents the actual beginning of sin in the universe—preceding the fall of the human Adam by an indeterminate time.

The story of Lucifer’s fall is described in two key Old Testament chapters—Ezekiel 28 and Isaiah 14. Let’s briefly look at both of these.

It would seem from the context of Ezekiel 28 that the first ten verses of this chapter are dealing with a human leader. Then, starting in verse 11 and on through verse 19, Lucifer is the focus of discussion.

The Fall of Lucifer in the Bible

What is the rationale for the conclusion that these latter verses refer to the fall of Lucifer? Whereas the first ten verses in this chapter speak about the ruler of Tyre (who was condemned for claiming to be a god though he was just a man), the discussion moves to the king of Tyrestarting in verse 11. Many scholars believe that though there was a human “ruler” of Tyre, the real “king” of Tyrewas Satan, for it was he who was ultimately at work in this anti-God city and it was he who worked through the human ruler of the city.

Some have suggested that these verses may actually be dealing with a human king of Tyre who was empowered by Satan. Perhaps the historic king of Tyrewas a tool of Satan, possibly even indwelt by him. In describing this king, Ezekiel also gives us glimpses of the superhuman creature, Satan, who was using, if not indwelling, him.

Now, there are things that are true of this “king” that—at least ultimately—cannot be said to be true of human beings. For example, the king is portrayed as having a different nature from man (he is a cherub, verse 14); he had a different position from man (he was blameless and sinless, verse 15); he was in a different realm from man (the holy mount of God, verses 13,14); he received a different judgment from man (he was cast out of the mountain of God and thrown to the earth, verse 16); and the superlatives used to describe him don’t seem to fit that of a normal human being (“full of wisdom,” “perfect in beauty,” and having “the seal of perfection,” verse 12 NASB).

Who is Lucifer, Why did He Rebel?

Our text tells us that this king was a created being and left the creative hand of God in a perfect state (Ezekiel 28:12,15). And he remained perfect in his ways until iniquity was found in him (verse 15b). What was this iniquity? We read in verse 17, “Your heart became proud on account of your beauty, and you corrupted your wisdom because of your splendor.” Lucifer apparently became so impressed with his own beauty, intelligence, power, and position that he began to desire for himself the honor and glory that belonged to God alone. The sin that corrupted Lucifer was self-generated pride.

Apparently, this represents the actual beginning of sin in the universe—preceding the fall of the human Adam by an indeterminate time. Sin originated in the free will of Lucifer in which—with full understanding of the issues involved—he chose to rebel against the Creator.

This mighty angelic being was rightfully judged by God: “I threw you to the earth” (Ezekiel 28:18). This doesn’t mean that Satan had no further access to heaven, for other Scripture verses clearly indicate that Satan maintained this access even after his fall (Job 1:6-12Zechariah 3:1,2). However, Ezekiel 28:18 indicates that Satan was absolutely and completely cast out of God’s heavenly government and his place of authority (Luke 10:18).

Isaiah 14:12-17 is another Old Testament passage that may refer to the fall of Lucifer. We must be frank in admitting that some Bible scholars see no reference whatsoever to Lucifer in this passage. It is argued that the being mentioned in this verse is referred to as a man (Isaiah 14:16); is compared with other kings on the earth (verse 18); and the words, “How you have fallen from heaven” (verse 12), is alleged to refer to a fall from great political heights.

There are other scholars who interpret this passage as referring only to the fall of Lucifer, with no reference whatsoever to a human king. The argument here is that the description of this being is beyond humanness and hence could not refer to a mere mortal man.

There is a third view that I think is preferable to the two views above. This view sees Isaiah 14:12-17 as having a dual reference. It may be that verses 4 through 11 deal with an actual king of Babylon. Then, in verses 12 through 17, we find a dual reference that includes not just the king of Babylon but a typological description of Lucifer as well.

If this passage contains a reference to the fall of Lucifer, then the pattern of this passage would seem to fit that of the Ezekiel 28 reference—that is, first a human leader is described, and then dual reference is made to a human leader and Satan.

It is significant that the language used to describe this being fits other passages in the Bible that speak about Satan. For example, the five “I wills” in Isaiah 14 indicate an element of pride, which was also evidenced in Ezekiel 28:17 (cf. 1 Timothy 3:6 which makes reference to Satan’s conceit).

As a result of this heinous sin against God, Lucifer was banished from living in heaven (Isaiah 14:12). He became corrupt, and his name changed from Lucifer (“morning star”) to Satan (“adversary”). His power became completely perverted (Isaiah 14:12,16,17). And his destiny, following the second coming of Christ, is to be bound in a pit during the 1000-year millennial kingdom over which Christ will rule (Revelation 20:3), and eventually will be thrown into the lake of fire (Matthew 25:41). 

Beyond perfection created in and with the seal of perfection an angel…

“ ‘You were the seal of perfection,

full of wisdom and perfect in beauty.

You were in Eden,

the garden of God;

every precious stone adorned you:

carnelian, chrysolite and emerald,

topaz, onyx and jasper,

lapis lazuli, turquoise and beryl. b

Your settings and mountings c were made of gold;

on the day you were created they were prepared.

You were anointed as a guardian cherub,

for so I ordained you.

You were on the holy mount of God;

you walked among the fiery stones.

You were blameless in your ways

from the day you were created

till wickedness was found in you

Wow! My God is an AWESOME God, He Reigns from Heaven above with Wisdom, Power and Love – my God is a beyond AWESOME God!!!

A six pack? 😂

How does Essence have what Man has? We are made in His Image! Do we look alike? Twins – Yes! But, even then there are differences in ‘personality’ 🤔 Isn’t that what makes you who you are?

What is the same? Our true being! Aren’t we all “Human beings”? A man, woman, or child of the species Homo sapiens, distinguished from other animals by superior mental development, power of articulate speech, and upright stance.

What is “spirit”?

  1. The nonphysical part of a person which is the seat of emotions and character; the soul.”we seek a harmony between body and spirit”synonyms:soul, psyche, inner self, inner being, essential being; pneuma; anima, ego, id;ka; atman”we seek a harmony between body and spirit”
  2. Those qualities regarded as forming the definitive or typical elements in the character of a person, nation, or group or in the thought and attitudes of a particular period.”the university is a symbol of the nation’s egalitarian spirit”synonyms:ethos, prevailing tendency, motivating force, animating principle, dominating characteristic, essence, quintessence;atmosphere, mood, feeling, temper,tenor, climate; attitudes, beliefs,principles, standards, ethics”the spirit of the nineteenth century”

So, in God’s Form we are made. Is God everlasting? We are at present time less than the Heavenly host, by God’s grace we shall be lifted up to ‘judge’ those we are currently far beneath.

Angels have certain things in common with humans as well as things that are different. 

Both Created Perfect

Both angels and humans were created perfect in the beginning. 

And God saw all that He had made, and behold, it was very good. And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day (Genesis 1:31).

Not Created In God’s Image

Only humans, however, were created in the image of God. 

Then God said, “Let Us make humanity in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over the cattle and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.” And God created humanity in His own image, in the image of God He created them; male and female He created them (Genesis 1:26,27).

The Entrance Of Sin

Though humanity and angels were created perfect, sin touched both of these rational personal beings. After Adam and Eve sinned, all the humans that were born afterward, with the exception of the Lord Jesus, were born with a sin nature. The Bible says. 

When Adam had lived one hundred thirty years, he became the father of a son in his likeness, according to his image, and named him Seth (Genesis 5:3).

The likeness of Adam was a sinful likeness. All humans who are born inherit that sin nature. The Bible says. 

since all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23).

Some angels also sinned. However many did not. 

Humans Can Bear Children

Unlike humans, angels cannot bear children. They cannot, therefore have any type of family relationships. Jesus said. 

At the resurrection people will neither marry nor be given in marriage; they will be like the angels in heaven (Matthew 22:30).

Humans Can Be Forgiven

Though all humans and some angels sinned, there is forgiveness only for humans. 

He made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him (2 Corinthians 5:21).

The angels who sinned are awaiting the day of judgment. 

Then He will also say to those on the left, ‘Depart from Me, you cursed, into the everlasting fire prepared for the Devil and his angels (Matthew 25:41).

Humans Share His Exalted Position

Believers are a new creation in Christ. Consequently we share His exalted position. 

and raised us up with Him and seated us with Him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus (Ephesians 2:6).

Conform To Image Of Christ

The final state of redeemed humans is far above angels – believers will be conformed to the image of Christ. 

For those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that he might be the firstborn within a large family (Romans 8:29)

Humans Will Someday Judge Angels

The ones who have believed in Jesus will eventually judge angels. 

Do you not know that we are to judge angels – to say nothing of ordinary matters? (1 Corinthians 6:3).


Though there are some things that angels and humans have in common, there are many things that separate them. Humans have been made in the image of God. They are able to bear children and have family relationships. Though sin entered into both the angelic and human sphere, only the sin of humans can be forgiven. Christ came to die for the sins of humanity, not of angels. Those humans who have trusted Christ as their Savior will eventually judge angels. Because of these things, the humans who have believed in Jesus will have a superior position to the angels in the ages to come. 

Be blessed. Because we ARE! Amen


For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of His good pleasure.
Do all things without murmurings and disputings: That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world.
Philippians 4:13-15

For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of His good pleasure.
Do all things without murmurings and disputings: That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world.
Philippians 4:13-15

This awesome share is from a sister who Loves The Lord, Amen.

But Elijah said to her, ‘Don’t be afraid! Go ahead and do just what you’ve said, but make a little bread for me first. Then use what’s left to prepare a meal for yourself and your son.’” 1 Kings 17:13 (NLT)
Another morning trudging out of bed with an unfinished to-do list still haunting me from two days ago, I manage to stop hitting the snooze button and begin my day, hoping it will be more productive than yesterday.

The sounds of toy blocks clicking together and little feet running through the kitchen tell me all three kids are up and hungry. Here we go, I think, anticipating another fast-paced morning.
Guilt creeps in when I tell myself I should’ve gotten up an hour earlier to spend time with God and enjoy coffee with my husband.

Then suddenly, just before I let those feelings define my mood, I’m reminded of the mother in 1 Kings 17:13 who was asked to put God first — in a much more desperate situation. Amidst a drought, with only enough food left for one more meal, she was asked to feed the man of God first. Imagine her thoughts … How could I possibly feed him first, when we’re in need as well?
Perhaps you’ve never had to make such a decision about food, but how about your time, feeling like you have zero extra minutes to spare? With all that’s going on today, how could I possibly spend time with God first? It can seem challenging to grow in your relationship with Christ when life is so demanding.
As Elijah instructed, though, “… do just what you’ve said, but make a little bread for me first” (1 Kings 17:13b).

God isn’t asking us to abandon our responsibilities. He just wants a little time with us first. That can be morning, midday or evening.

“First” is a posture of the heart, not a time of the day. Just as the woman was abundantly blessed after obeying Elijah’s request, we’ll be so enriched when we push through the fear of not having enough time and just give God our best. Some days that’s tougher than others, so here are three ideas to help set your gaze on the Father when you only have a few minutes (and sometimes less!) between the calm and the chaos:

Start with Scripture. For whatever season of life you’re in right now, there’s a verse that will speak to your needs. Find that verse, and put it on your nightstand or bathroom mirror (or any place you’ll see regularly). Psalm 1:2 instructs us to meditate on God’s Word day and night. When the moment isn’t long enough to fully dive in, even just a snippet of God’s Word can give us the courage we need to walk in grace and Love.

Prepare beforehand.
Before going to bed at night (or before you leave for the day if you have time with God in the evenings), place a journal, a pen, and your Bible nearby. Sometimes I don’t use any of these as I make my way from my blanket to my bathroom, but having them within arm’s reach gives me the freedom to jot down any prayer topics or Scriptures that come to mind before a million other thoughts do. You can revisit them later when you have a moment to yourself.

Worship and declare.
When there’s not a lot of time, I try to find a quiet place to simply worship God and express gratitude. In a brief prayer, we can strengthen ourselves in the Lord, like David did in 1 Samuel 30:6.
We can speak life over our day and declare peace over our homes. Take just a minute to partner with God and proclaim victory for your loved ones as you each begin the day!Connecting with God, even for just a moment, can make all the difference in your spirit. Whether that’s early in the morning or during a lunch break, give Him a little time “first,” and be encouraged for what the day may bring.Lord, I know when I connect with You, You give me godly energy to keep going. You’ve entrusted me with certain responsibilities, and I’m better at them when I’m closer to You. Help me prioritize You in my life every day. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Partner under The Covering, Amen.


Quiet time…


4 Ways to Know If You’re Hearing God’s Voice

Not sure if it’s you or God? Use these four easy ways to know if you’re hearing God’s voice, and enjoy the conversation!

Our lives can sometimes feel like constant noise—voices from every side—influencing the way we think and feel. But, in the midst of it all, there is one voice we need to hear the most—the voice of God.

When you’re seeking the answer to one of life’s challenges, do you ever wonder if you’re hearing God’s voice, or if it’s just your own voice? Maybe you’re hoping to hear from Him, but you don’t want to get it wrong and make a bad move. Do you need to hear Him today about your finances, your children, your marriage or your health?

There is good news—God is speaking to you all the time. In fact, A.W. Tozer said, “It’s the nature of God to speak.” He wants to have fellowship with you, and He wants you to hear Him—all the time.

God has promised to lead His children by His Spirit and enable them to know His voice. That means you can learn to know exactly what the Spirit of God is saying to you about every situation. You don’t have to go through life blindly making decisions or relying on your own abilities.

When you learn to tune in to God’s voice, it won’t be an occasional event but an everyday part of life. That’s why, in the New Testament, Jesus said, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear,” 15 different times.

You can learn to hear God!

If you’re longing for certainty in your fellowship with God, here are four ways to know if you’re hearing God’s voice:

1. Check Your Receiver

“And you will seek for Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart.” –Jeremiah 29:13 (NKJV)

Have you ever tried to watch television or listen to the radio without turning it on? Of course not! You already know that if you don’t turn on the receiver, you’re not going to hear a thing. When you do turn them on, you fully expect to hear something!

So, how do you check your spiritual receiver? The one way to know if your spiritual receiver is turned on is to answer this question:

Do you expect to hear from God?

Some people say, Well, God just doesn’t talk to me. But, here is an important truth: even if you don’t feel like God speaks to you—He does. In fact, He’s speaking to you right now. But, if you aren’t expecting to hear from Him, you haven’t even turned on the receiver!

Now, let’s be clear—He isn’t going to scream, yell and demand that you pay attention. He is always speaking to you, but He speaks in “a still small voice” (1 Kings 19:12, NKJV). So to hear Him, you have to tune in and listen carefully. Another way to describe the way we hear God’s voice is through an inward witness.

What is an inward witness?

God doesn’t communicate with us the way we communicate with one another. He communicates from His Spirit to your spirit, and then your spirit communicates what you hear to your mind. That is what we call an inward witness. It is very similar to a thought or a prompting. It’s very subtle and requires a closeness with God and regular practice to hear it more quickly and clearly.

That’s why the more time you spend with The Lord and the more you practice tuning in to His voice, the more it will become a voice that “thunders in marvelous ways” (Job 37:5, NIV).

How do you come to a place where you know whether it’s you or the Lord?

Watch Kenneth Copeland and Keith Moore talk about how to hear and know the voice of God.

Certainty in knowing that you are hearing God’s voice comes to the person who is united with Him (1 Corinthians 6:17, NIV).  United means “joined,” or “in union.”  It doesn’t apply to someone who is not living for God. It applies to whomever seeks Him diligently, spends time fellowshiping with Him through prayer, and obeys the commands in His Word.

A receiver who is intact and ready to tune in to the voice of God is one who is expecting to hear from Him, and is willing to learn to know His voice.

2. Find His Frequency

  “They know his voice” –John 10:4 (NKJV)

There was once a time when you had to work to tune in to a program on the radio or television set. You had to find the right frequency. You never questioned if it was broadcasting—you knew it was—but you had to do your part to find the frequency and tune in.

How do you locate the frequency God uses to speak to you?

Most often, we miss His frequency because we’re tuned in to hear some huge revelation; when, in fact, He is giving simple instructions. That’s what He will do when you first begin to hear from Him—and He will continue to do this for the rest of your life here on earth. Obedience in the simple things is very important to God—it reveals the willingness of you heart.

So, if you’re waiting for God to send you out to part the Red Sea, you may be missing what He’s saying to you right now—which might be to clean out your closet or stop watching certain television shows or spend more time with your children. He will talk to you about the small things in your life that you need to change—adjustments you need to make. He will begin to deal with you where you are, which most often involves helping you walk in God’s best by getting rid of things that are holding you back.

God wants liberty and freedom for our lives, and that begins with training. He teaches us how to be led by the Spirit. But, if we disobey these promptings in the little things, we won’t graduate to the bigger assignments. Sometimes, the small things He asks of us may seem unimportant, or involve giving up things we think we enjoy. But to reach a level of intimacy with God where we hear His voice and are launched into new places in the spirit, obedience must become a non-negotiable in our lives.

That’s why Matthew 18 tells us to become like little children—which means not to be high-minded and think we’re all-knowing. To find God’s frequency, you must be willing to hear His voice in the small things.

Click here for A Prayer for Hearing God’s Voice.

3. Learn to Discern His Voice

“My sheep hear my voice.” –John 10:27 (KJV)

If your spouse or closest friend calls you on the telephone, do you know it’s them before they tell you? Most likely you do! But how? Because you’ve spent so much time with them, the sound of their voice and their way of saying things has become well-known to you—easy to recognize.

The same is true when it comes to our relationship with God.

If you want to get to a place where you don’t have to wonder whose voice you’re hearing—yours, the devil’s or God’s—you need to spend time with the Lord. A lot of time. But, if you keep your mind and your heart full of the things of this world, it will be difficult for you to differentiate between the Spirit of God and your own thoughts. That is the definition of a carnal mind—one that has not been renewed by the Word of God.

The more time you spend with Him, the more certain you’ll become about hearing God’s voice. It isn’t just time talking to Him, though. We learn His voice when we listen to His voice. That’s why in Matthew 17:5 (NASB) He said, “This is My beloved Son…listen to Him!”

4. Line It Up With His Word—the Bible

“All Scripture is inspired by God.” –2 Timothy 3:16 (NASB)

One sure way to know if you’re hearing God’s voice is to line up what you hear against the Word of God. God will never tell you to do, think or say anything contrary to His Word. If you have a thought and you don’t know if it’s God or not—you can look it up in the Bible and settle it right away.

The Spirit of God will only tell you to do things that will give you a more abundant life.  Every change He tells you to make is designed to bring blessing into your life and minister grace to you. So, He isn’t going to tell you to refuse to forgive someone or spend money frivolously, or anything else that doesn’t match His Word.

God always agrees with His written Word, and His Word always agrees with Him. In fact, Psalm 138:2 (NKJV) says He has magnified His Word even above His Name. That means God has put His Name on His written Word the way we would put our name at the bottom of a contract. He has given us His Word as a covenant and signed it in the Name of Jesus, by the blood of Jesus. Since God cannot lie, there is no way He will ever do or say anything contrary to that Word. He has absolutely joined Himself to it forever.

God trains us to recognize His voice through His written Word. He uses it to tune our spiritual ears to what is real so that we can easily recognize a counterfeit.

When you’re trained to hear God’s voice in His Word, the devil won’t be able to sneak deceptions in on you. When he tries to razzle-dazzle you with some religious-sounding voice that says, “I love you, my son. But it’s just not my will to heal you at this time,” you won’t buy it. You’ll rise up and say, “That’s not the voice of God. That’s a lie from hell because it doesn’t agree with the Word that says, ‘By His stripes we are healed’” (Isaiah 53:5, NKJV).

To live in confidence that you are hearing from Him, you need to have a knowledge of His Word continually in your heart.  And you do this by drawing near to God (James 4:8).  That’s your part—to seek Him. God’s not going to run you down. Your part is to diligently seek Him. That involves spending time in the Word and in prayer. And whatever place you give Him in your life, the Spirit of God will fill it up for you.

The best part about hearing God’s voice?

You won’t just avoid counterfeit voices—you’ll be given access to secrets and revelation knowledge that will make you the head and not the tail (Deuteronomy 28:13). In Jeremiah 33:3, He says, “Call to Me and I will answer you, and I will tell you great and mighty things, which you do not know” (NASB). All you have to do is pursue a life in which you hear the voice of God, heed it and walk into a victory you never thought possible.

When you check your receiver, find His frequency, learn to discern His voice, and line up what you hear with His Word—hearing God’s voice won’t be an occasional event, but a lifestyle. And when someone asks you, “What is the Spirit of God telling you today?” you won’t hesitate for a moment. You’ll know exactly what to say.

A proverb for our existence, Amen.




A short pithy saying in general use, stating a general truth or piece of advice.

Synonyms: Saying, adage, saw, maxim, axiom, motto, aphorism, epigram, gnome, dictum, precept; words of wisdom; catchphrase, slogan, byword, watchword; truism, platitude, cliché; bon mot; rare apothegm

My son, do not forget the teaching/Word of God, but keep God’s commands in your heart,

for they will prolong your life many years

and bring you peace and prosperity. Let Love and faithfulness never leave you; for we live by faith and not by sight, bind them around your neck,

write them on the tablet of your heart. Then you will win favor and a good name in the sight of God and man.

And we spoke about listening to The Word, Amen.

We have a chance to be directed to a series of talks that we can listen to and be fed with in the last link above.

Trust in The Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to God, and The LORD will make your paths straight.

Word of advice? Do not be wise in your own eyes;

fear The Lord and shun evil.

Fear of God refers to fear or a specific sense of respect, awe, and submission to a deity. People subscribing to popular monotheistic religions might fear divine judgment, hell or God’s omnipotence.

Again, we are blessed with audio teachings, I am aware of the time, save this and listen to it as you run, sit down, are in need of an Essence to enrich your time, I dare not say ‘bored‘! My prayer is that that concept is in no way of you, Amen

This will bring health to your body

and nourishment to your bones.

Proverbs 3:1-8

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