The Voice of God-Part 13

Posted By on Wednesday, March 16, 2016

When we were in school, it is easier of course, because you go by the bells.  We just would not stay up.  Even now, I’m very, very careful.  You cannot keep me up half the night talking about nothing.  There is a school that comes at night.  It is the King’s College that requires an obedience that is more than the usual obedience.

This is what Jesus had, “He wakens morning by morning, He wakens My ear to hear as the learned.”  Jesus was awakened.  That is what it says. I believe the book.  Jesus was awakened by the Father and taught morning by morning what He should say, to whom He should say it, when He should say it.  This is why Jesus said, “As the Father has taught Me, I speak these things.”  In the Gospel of John, Jesus said, “The words which you hear are not Mine, but the Father’s which sent Me.”  Where did He get those words?  From the Father.  This is what He said.

We will cover one more point, and that will suffice.  I have mentioned revelation, and association, and now lastly, cultivation.
“But strong meat belongs to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.” Hebrews 5:14
Here is this matter of discernment, which involves the recognition of the mind, and the voice of the Lord, which to an extent, is a matter of cultivation.  The more we practice, the more time we spend in the conscience presence of the Lord, and let our spirit become attuned to His Spirit, the more we learn the recognition of the voice of the Lord.  That can become a very, very fine means of differentiation of the various activities of the Spirit of God.