Apostle Grace Lubega
If we live in the spirit, let us also walk in the spirit (Galatians 5:25)
The Bible says that now that we live in the spirit, walk also in the spirit. Functioning in the world of spirits requires an activation of all our spiritual senses. That is the place God has called us to.
Commonly, what many people have been exposed to is sight and hearing. But in that world, you can taste, touch, smell, feel, hear, and see. Nothing effects the anointing like a man relating with God by his spiritual senses.
However, if your spiritual senses are active yet you cannot reconcile the same activities with your intellect, you fall short of judgment.
The judgments of God are revealed when one applies their intellect to decode spiritual senses and when the two are reconciled, divine purpose is served.
There are people whose senses are active spiritually but they do not exercise wisdom. For example, he might see in the spirit that a man is cheating on his wife and then declare it publicly or see that one is struggling with a perverse weakness and say it out loud for all to hear. He might see that one is struggling with witchcraft at the hand of an auntie then reveal who the auntie is and break up a family.
As a pastor, you might receive a message from God but if your congregation is not spiritually stable or mature enough to take it, wisdom should teach you to reserve it for a time appointed.
FURTHER STUDY: Philippians 1:10, Proverbs 4:7
The judgments of God are revealed when one applies their intellect to decode spiritual senses, when the two are reconciled, divine purpose is served.
PRAYER: Father, thank You for this great word. It works mightily in me to exercise wisdom even as I walk in the spirit. By this, I can never stumble men by my experiences. My experiences are for the edification of the church. This maturity qualifies me to walk in even deeper places in You. In Jesus’ name. Amen.