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1 Thessalonians 5:20-21 (NLT)
20 Do not scoff at prophecies, 21 but test everything that is said. Hold on to what is good.

When Dr. Gbenga got the message from the prophetess in their neighborhood, he did not treat it with contempt or scoff at it. He tested everything that was said and found it to be wanting. That was why he did not obey it. He rejected the prophecy because it sought to bring him under the power of fear and manipulation. He discerned that the prophetess sought to control him as she already was controlling most of the people in that neighborhood.

Sometimes, because of the way prophesies come, it is easy for believers to despise them. But the word of God says ‘Despise not prophesyings’. When a word of prophecy comes to you, your first reaction should not be to discard it but to test it and see if it is genuine for you. The most effective way to do this is to check if it agrees with the counsel of God as revealed in His word.

Go into today remembering that those that are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God (Rom 8:14). The Holy Spirit dwells within the believer and leads him according to God’s word. Believers are not to be primarily led by prophecies, but by the indwelling Holy Spirit. In leading and giving directions for life, Prophecies come to believers as confirmations and affirmations.

-Pastor SD Abraham

Yearly Bible Reading: Psalms 140-142 (In Devotional Audio)

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