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March 26th, 2009
Categorized under: Spirit Filled Life

Spirit Filled Life Part 5

Texts: Ephesians 5:17-18; Romans 12:10-11

Objective: To instruct on how to maintain your Supernatural edge in life

Focus: Principles of Divine Direction

Power Points

* Consciously consecrate yourself to God’s plan and purpose for your life.
Don’t follow circumstances of life and your physical senses.
Don’t assume but rather make sure you have a clear direction before you make any move.
Proverbs 14:12; Matthew 26:39

*God contacts us and deals with us mainly through our spirits.
Your recreated human spirit is your gateway for supernatural direction.
Invest in crucifying your flesh, renewing your mind and elevating your spirit.
John 4:24, 1 Corinthians 2:9-12

*Increase your awareness of the realm of the spirit.
The spirit realm is more real than the natural world.
Spend time in the Word, fasting and praying in the spirit.
Proverbs 20:27; Acts 13:2

*Always ensure that your spirit is not cluttered with natural things.
Prioritize spiritual things over material things.
Get your order right.
Mark 4:19; 2 Timothy 2:4; Proverbs 3:6

*Focus on the supernatural and not the spectacular.
God leads you by inward perception primarily.
Let the peace of God guide your decision making.
In addition, watch out for the still small voice of your conscience.
Romans 8:16; 1 Kings 19:11-13; Philippians 4:7

*Keep a tender spirit.
Be quick to obey divine promptings.
Disobedience to God’s direction will cause you to lose your sensitivity.
On the other hand, quick obedience will increase your sensitivity.
James 1:19; 1 Samuel 15:1-3, 9-11

*Practice biblical principles of unity and agreement in making sensitive decisions.
Pay attention to the counsel of spiritually matured people.
Honor your spiritual oversight – the people God has placed over you.
Proverbs 11:14; Acts 13:1-3

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