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Thy Word Not My Word
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Thy Word Is A Lamp Unto My Feet - Amy Grant

I have started to write this as a mini muse because I feel it's to help encourage people to talk and delve further into the topics by using the very topic - their senses, and be spirit led rather than study led in doing that. 
I hope that we can all be blessed and be a blessing. 
To listen hear and obey God's Word, you need to know how to do it. 
In the natural world, some people, especially musicians, develop very finely tuned hearing.  Likewise, if you practice, you can become very adept at hearing God's voice. 
When I talk about, listening and hearing, I am not talking about your physical ears, because God is a Spirit. 
Albeit hearing God's word can describes one of your senses, i.e. listening outwardly for God's Word, what I am talking about goes much, much deeper than that.

In my experience, listening and hearing  uses all of our senses because  God's Word can be received in many ways. 
You can feel God's goading in  your spirit, or emotions, or mind. 
Some see God's word in visions or dreams.  Others encounter our Father's voice through daily circumstances or people they meet. 
I sometimes literally 'smell' the sweet fragrance or aroma of God. 
At other times I 'touch God'.
To truly listen out for the Word of God, all of our senses need to be alert and switched on.
Your natural receptors are your ears, eyes, nose, tongue, fingers and skin. 
You may use any of these to listen out for our Father's voice. 
If you practice you can be ready with any of these senses to hear what God is saying to you.
Moreover, you have a spiritual body, so to speak, that interacts with the spiritual world. 
In essence you have spiritual counterparts to ears, eyes, nose, tongue, fingers and skin. 
As you yield to God's Holy Spirit you can interact with the spiritual realm through your spirit and hear God's voice in many different ways too. 
Some hear angels sing, others sense the moving of the Holy Spirit.
Many speak with the tongues of angels while others feel the presence of God. 
Sometimes we feel a chill when demons are present or a warmth when our Father is near.
We must come to understand that physical world is a mirror of a much greater spiritual reality, so what senses you have in this world, have spiritual counterparts in God's domain. While we can hear God most clearing in the spiritual realm, the Holy Spirit also manifests himself in this physical creation through type and shadow (God's pictures), so that we can receive His Word in either format.

As a son or daughter of God, being born again in the spirit, we are in this world, but we are not of it.
Our spiritual language is not of this Earth, for we speak in spiritual tongues of heaven.
We actually have sort of dual citizenship of the world and of heaven. 
Your are bilingual! You speak your native language, and the spiritual language of heaven! Therefore, you can receive God's Word in either tongue. 💖🔥

John 10:27My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me.


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Re: Thy Word Not My Word
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2020, 01:40:59 PM »
"God's Holy Spirit with Mine doth agree, constantly witnessing Jesus loves me".
Then, lest I proudly proclaim "It's all done", Hebrews reminds me "hold fast till He come"
Free for us all, the gift of God's grace, Provided we run for the whole of the race.
Believe is all we're told to do. But to some will Christ say "I never knew you?"
Our job is just to sow the seed, God sends the sun and the showers to feed.
But what if deciding who's saved and who's not, far more important things get forgot?
Instructing God is man's preoccupation, almost as bad as prescribing salvation.
Ours is not to reason how, before God's Sovereign will we bow.
Christ paid the price at enormous cost, so that all should be saved and none should be lost.
But some shall be saved "though their work shall be burned". Many mansions is what I've learned.
"Vengeance is mine, I will repay" Isn't that what God did when He made Christ "The Way?"
"Too much for me to understand, what God hath willed, what God hath planned.
I only know at His right hand, stands one who is my Saviour."

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