Spiritual Discernment: Guest Post by Brian Troxel

Dear Friends in Christ,

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Below is a link to an excellent post by brother in Christ Brian Troxel , concerning the true nature of Spiritual discernment. I am posting an excerpt to wet your appetite for God’s word concerning this most necessary character trait among Christians; one which I believe is in short supply among the saints in America. After reading the click the link to finish at Tim’s site–Brother Mike Erdel

DISCERNMENT AND RELATIONSHIP

(1 Corinthians 2:15) But he who is spiritual discerns all things, and he himself is judged by no one.”

Discernment has nothing to do with intellectual prowess. True discernment is the aggregate result of an individual’s walk and life in Christ. Many today have confidence in their spiritual condition due to the overflow of teachings readily available to all. Any teaching that does not bring a corresponding measure of the “fear of the Lord” is bereft of truth. The foundation of a discerning life is built upon the fear of the Lord. (Proverbs 2:3-13)

Discernment requires a walk and an abiding in Him; the things of God will always culminate in the character of Christ. The very essence of truth is Christ who is the Truth. Whenever an expression is in conflict …

Click this link here the rest Spiritual Discernment

About Michael J Erdel

Mike is a pastor with The Assembly of God Fellowship. He is the lead pastor at Encounter Church in Fostoria Ohio. His desire is to encourage the Church of Jesus Christ, and declare God's hope through His Son Jesus, to a world which is long on excuses and short on hope. Mike has experienced the truth that when we kneel before Christ, surrendering to Him as Savior and LORD, being led and empowered by His Spirit. To Jesus Christ be all glory and honor.
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1 Response to Spiritual Discernment: Guest Post by Brian Troxel

  1. Tim Shey says:

    Just wanted to remind you that I did not write this post, but Brian Troxel did.

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