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Sunday, 17 December 2017
Yom Rishon, 29 Kislev 5778
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Many times people and even ministers will use the excuse of the Holy Spirit is saying not to do this, or to do something when the Spirit is NOT saying anything period. I have found that immature Christians trying to sound spiritual use this as an escape or abuse to avoid truthful confrontation. They will insist that the spirit told them this or that, yet they have no biblical record, witness or basis to support what the spirit said or not.  If the Holy Spirit truly said something in regards to addressing ones problem, pursuance of an answer or confrontation between people. Wouldn’t both parties have the same conviction or answer if the spirit really said so? Wouldn’t the spirit clarify in the heart of both what G-ds will is for both, Instead of ministers one-sidedly and  falsely using or hiding behind the name of the Holy Spirit in order to justify their insecurity because they really have no answer from G-d or his spirit? I believe the practice of this is very abusive and ministers or whoever does this will be held responsible and accountable. I believe if one doesn’t have a clear answer from G-d they should simply be honest and admit that and leave the matter in peace, instead of lie or abuse the name of the Holy Spirit to justify their lack of hearing from G-d. Here’s something to meditate on.

 

G-d requires all to speak truth, not to use G-d’s spirit for the lack of that truth

 Eph 4:25 Therefore, disrobed from She’ker (Falsehood, Lying], let us speak Ha Emet (the Truth) each one with his re'a (neighbor), because we are e’varim (members) one of another.

 

When someone uses the Holy Spirits name and says he said something when he didn’t is considered or is tantamount to being a false witness

 Pro 12:17 He that speaketh emet (truth) declareth t’zedek (righteousness), but an ed she’karim, mir’mah (false witness deceit).