Divine discernment is defined as a supernatural capacity to distinguish between truth and error. It is the grace to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong. It is also defined as the ability to interpret circumstance and times in order to take the right course of action. Scriptures: Proverbs 24:1-6; John17:4; Deuteronomy 29:2-4; 1 kings 3:1-7 ; John 17:4
God has given us the mandate to control the access of the city. At the gate of the city, there are 4 voices that contest for the control of access: voice of the media, voice of the rulers, voice of religion and the voice of the church (prophetic voice)... The voice that shouts the loudest will dominate the city.
In order for Israel to deal effectively with this spirit of falsehood and terror, God told Elijah to go back and anoint a number of people with different kinds of anointing.
Doing things in life is always dependent on the extent of your willingness. Everything starts with the will. Your soul cannot begin to touch lives until it is willing. In Luke 5:12 we learn from a leper that if you are willing you can do the impossible.
December is a month in which many make decisions or resolutions for the coming year. However when December of the following year arrives, things often turn out quite different to what was expected and perhaps planned for.
In OT ‘Restore’ carries following connotations: to be completed; to finish; to make prosper; to recompense; to rescue; to refresh; to set again; to retrieve; to cause to renew.
Restoration according to bible; is the putting back into existence or use that which has been lost, stolen or misplaced
If your mind thinks small, you remain small. God never said that building the tower of Babel was an impossible project, but He said whatever men start to imagine, they can achieve. They had a good thought but their motive was wrong. If God is not the reason why we want to succeed then there is a problem.