Sometime ago, I tried pulling the legs of my children by communicating with them in some sort of “King James” language. I said something like; “Thou didst not puttest thine clothe well…” As simple as the language was to me, it was rather strange to my children. In fact, we were in the drama for about 10 minutes with no breakthrough until I spoke plainly.

Friend, God will often speak to you in the language that you will understand. One of the marks of the last days is that the Spirit speaks expressly (1 Timothy 4:1). I personally believe that the voice of the Holy Spirit should be clearer than the voice of demons to a well taught child of God (John 10:27).

God will always reach His children in a way He knows they won’t miss it (1 Samuel 3:1-11). This is why the easiest thing for a child of God is to get His leading. God does not hide things from us; He actually hides things for us. Your heritage as God’s child is a heritage of leading (Psalms 32:8).

God is never an author of confusion (1 Corinthians 14:33). Whenever you see confusion, it is often a manifestation of a satanic input somewhere (James 3:16). There are no grey areas in the realm of the spirit; it is either white or black. Anything short of this is a manifestation of satanic intrusion (Mark 8:22-25).

God uses the ministry of pastors and teachers to bring clarity to His people (Isaiah 30:20-21). If you sit long enough under such ministries, you would discover that God’s leading would come to you with ease (Proverbs 27:17). God would most often sound from a familiar voice to you (1 Samuel 3:4-5).

Ministers of God have a sacred responsibility to demystify the mysteries of God to His people (1 Corinthians 4:1-2). Unlike Moses, you must not be veiled as a New Testament minister (2 Corinthians 3:13-18). Don’t try to sound so deep that you leave people more confused than you met them. A truly deep minister is one who communicates the mysteries of God in a plain language (2 Corinthians 3:12, 11:3).

‘Demola Awoyele
Lead Pastor,
Destiny Impact Church
Akure, Nigeria