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Wed Oct 28 10:11 pm  #1


As promised Distractions vs. the Spiritual gift of discernment

As asked by the Spirit of the Lord we will begin with a simple explanation of distractions; we have all been there some time or another within our lives where someone or something has tried to lure us towards doing something that would not be beneficial towards self or others... never the less we may have experienced it in a greater way when decsion making time has come and it is something that we really need to do, some people experience it with their health, others experience it inside of their relationships as we will see the protocol does not change... the purpose is to bring confusion into your mind and your heart causing you to become angry or disastified at your present state of mind... People who say that you must be religious is another way of distraction focusing on the rituals of standing before God without considering the outcomes of one's actions..

 distraction

DISTRACTION, n. L.1. The act of distracting; a drawing apart; separation.2. Confusion from a multiplicity of objects crowding on the mind and calling the attention different ways; perturbation of mind; perplexity; as, the family was in a state of distraction. See 1 Corinthians 7.3. Confusion of affairs; tumult; disorder; as political distractions.Never was known a night of such distraction.4. Madness; a state of disordered reason; franticness; furiousness. We usually apply this word to a state of derangement which produces raving and violence in the patient.5. Folly in the extreme, or amounting to insanity. Let us look at discernment first defined... discernDISCERN, v.t. s as z. L., to separate or distinguish, Gr.

1. To separate by the eye, or by the understanding. Hence,2. To distinguish; to see the difference between two or more things; to discriminate; as, to discern the blossom-buds from the leaf-buds of plants.Discern thou what is thine--Genesis 31.3. To make the difference.For nothing else discerns the virtue or the vice.4. To discover; to see; to distinguish by the eye.I discerned among the youths, a young man void of understanding. Proverbs 7.5. To discover by the intellect; to distinguish; hence, to have knowledge of; to judge.So is my lord the king to discern good and bad. 2 Samuel 14.A wise mans heart discerneth time and judgment. Ecclesiastes

8.DISCERN, v.i.1. To see or understand the difference; to make distinction; as, to discern between good and evil, truth and falsehood.2. To have judicial cognizance.discernedDISCERNED, pp. Distinguished; seen; discovered.discernerDISCERNER, n.1. One who sees, discovers or distinguishes; an observer.2. One who knows and judges; one who has the power of distinguishing.He was a great observer and discerner of mens natures and humors.3. That which distinguishes; or that which causes to understand.The word of God is quick and powerful--a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Hebrews

4.discernibleDISCERNIBLE, a. That may be seen distinctly; discoverable by the eye or the understanding; distinguishable. A star is discernible by the eye; the identity or difference of ideas is discernible by the understanding.discerniblenessDISCERNIBLENESS, n. Visibleness.discerniblyDISCERNIBLY, adv. In a manner to be discerned, seen or discovered; visibly.discerningDISCERNING, ppr.1. Distinguishing; seeing; discovering; knowing; judging.2. a. Having power to discern; capable of seeing, discriminating, knowing and judging; sharp-sighted; penetrating; acute; as a discerning man or mind.DISCERNING, n. The act of discerning; discernment.discerninglyDISCERNINGLY, adv. With discernment; acutely; with judgment; skillfully.discernmentDISCERNMENT, n. The act of discerning; also, the power or faculty of the mind, by which it distinguishes one thing from another, as truth from falsehood, virtue from vice; acuteness of judgment; power of perceiving differences of things or ideas, and their relations and tendencies. The errors of youth often proceed from the want of discernment.Now let us look at discernment and God's intended purpose as a gift ...

Discernment—This gift equips one to know instinctively what is going on beyond the surface, whether of a situation or an individual. Those with the gift of discernment have the ability to determine genuineness or phoniness. An example of leading through discernment would be a person judging that someone wants to be in a position of leadership out of a wrong motive (1 Jn. 4:1-3).Spiritual Gifts Passage on Discernment
". . . to another distinguishing between spirits" (1 Cor. 12:10). (NIV)
". . . to another the discernment of spirits" (1 Cor. 12:10). (NRSV)

Discernment
- Are good judges of character
- Are able to understand different personality types
- Are aware of things that go on under the surface in people and situations
- Can quickly recognize authenticity and see through falsity
- Can sense the Spirit’s working (forces of good) and Satan’s attacks (forces of evil)God's gift to us ...  2 Peter1:3 seeing that His divine power has granted to us everything pertaining to life and godliness, through the true knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and excellence.

Says the Spirit of the Lord; Luke 11: 13 If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children: how much more shall your heavenly Father * give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him? Understanding and knowing the voice of God inside of others is always a part of the beautiful gift of discernment... John 10: 27 My sheep hear My voice and I know them...

Let us talk about what was learned when you have time a Greater Love and kingdom overflow...
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