Text: Acts. 16:5-10
“And a vision appeared to Paul in the night; There stood a man of Macedonia, and prayed him, saying, Come over into Macedonia, and help us.” Acts. 16:9
Another vital thing we should know with respect to divine leading is to learn the wisdom of knowing the will of God even when things are according to general truth.
That something is scripturally right does not mean that you should embark on it. It is very easy to miss God’s will for your life when you begin to do anything that comes to you with the evidence that it is not against or approved by the scripture. The scripture actually approve us going to the world to preach the gospel, true. For the fact that the scripture commanded us to go to the nations of the world to preach the gospel does not mean that I should be everywhere preaching the gospel. For my preaching to be effective and fruitful, I must know by the Spirit where God wants me to be just as in the case of Apostle Paul and his mission team. It was interesting to know that the Holy Ghost (the same that commanded us to go into all nations and preach the gospel), forbade them not to preach the gospel throughout Phrygia and the region of Galatia, and as they were come to Mysia, they assayed to go into Bithynia: but the Spirit did not allow them. But on getting to Troas, a man of Macedonia appeared in a vision to Paul, and beckoned on him to come over to Macedonia to help and by this they understood that the Lord has called them to Macedonia. Highlight: Another vital thing we should know with respect to divine leading is to learn the wisdom of knowing the will of God even when things are according to general truth.
Prayer: Dear Lord, grant us access to understand divine leading even in our service to You in Jesus name. Benediction: That which you are looking unto God that is in line with His will, He will bring it to pass in the Name of Jesus
BIBLE THROUGH THE YEAR: Exodus 29:32 – 31:11, Matthew 24:2 – 24:23