The Spirit of Truth
I speak to The Spirit before I even begin, my face to the floor.
I read something yesterday that I want to share. It simply said, “They that follow the leading of the Spirit, they, are the Sons of God.”
There is no other way in this hour. In reality, there never was.
All the times we followed His directions, we had mighty and marvelous moves of God. There was nothing else to compare it to. There still isn’t.
I have been reminded over and again recently, that there is nothing that can compare to The Holy Ghost.
I want to state right now, that I have been so greatly ministered to by so many who are writing and posting here [Facebook].
I am reminded that our God, will use whatever and whomever He chooses to present the message He wishes to give to those who are hungry.
The first part of a particular verse I was given in the last couple of days, begins with the words, “God is not a man.”
Those Words should not be so stark to us. We all know His Word that says
“God is a Spirit. They that worship Him, must worship Him in Spirit, and in Truth.” John 4:24
So many of us have said, we have the Truth. How much have we had?
I have to admit, that I have reasoned with God a lot lately. If we truly have a one on one relationship with Him, we can talk openly to Him.
Especially, since He already knows what we are thinking anyway. I humbly say now, that God is my friend.
I can speak and converse with Him about anything. And I can ask questions — even though we were once taught that we should not question God.
It does really depend on what kind of relationship we have with Him.
Jesus asked “why?” I think about that during this season, when we approach the scriptures of all our LORD went through for each of us.
I recall someone commenting to me about a lady who was no longer “in the Church” as we called it. This person referred to, I had known for many years. They no longer followed all the rules and regulations we had all been taught.
The comment was, “but she knows the truth.” It is true that so many of these folks, when they left our particular type of Church, seemed to go to the very extreme in the way they once dressed. Like a totally opposite direction.
But could I truly read those people’s spirits? Likely not at the time. What truth did they no longer have? Did they no longer have the Spirit?
Many here are talking about prodigals returning. I have to ask this and I am stepping as lightly as I can. I fear The LORD. I live in that, all that I can.
What if the Father’s house of the Prodigal was different than when he left?
What if the same Love and manifestation of what was good, had faded, and no longer even looked the same?
What if peace and true acceptance no longer reigned there?
Then he likely would not have been restored to his original place. What if the whole place was just different — there was a lesser, kind of spirit.
So many of us grew up in places where the leading of The Spirit was followed, at all times. The depth of The Holy Ghost seemed far more intense than what is presented in some places today.
LORD, you know I did not want to talk about this. But I promised you that I would follow the leading of your Spirit.
You see, those of you who are truly God called, appointed and ordained Prophets of the Most High, will have no choice now. You will speak as you are directed, whether they will hear or forbear.
Most Prodigals — as many call them — do not want light shows, blue lights all over the stage, the music entertainers and the barrage of men’s programs. They will not trade the deep walk they have today, for what is so much less.
There is much going forth here now about the true hour we are really in. A lot of us thought we would be out of here by now.
To make it short, we are most likely going to go through much more tribulation than we once thought.
Many of the very scriptures spoken by Jesus are being fulfilled right now, just as He said. The last days referred to by Paul are now, and it’s already truthfully awful. It seems it has come so fast.
Jesus said we were not to be afraid of these times. He promised He would see us through these things if we remain in Him. We would be protected. He said that.
The Spirit is Truth. And if we are not in The Spirit, we are not going to be in The Truth. We won’t know what’s true and what’s not.
I have to pray in The Spirit more. It’s the way to build ourselves up for the moments we are in now.
Study to show yourself approved. Let The Spirit teach you, just like the Word said He would do.
It’s your own soul Salvation that will keep you and prepare you. Let The Holy Ghost teach you. Don’t depend solely on someone else.
Those in leadership who are truly following The Spirit, will teach their people to let The Holy Ghost lead them, foremost.
Each will agree in their spirits if it truly be of God. No person knows all The Truth. It takes The Spirit to lead in the Truth. It’s that Truth, that will save us now.
~ Robert Blackburn
Dear Robert, I commented on FB but wanted to take a moment to say. I hear your heart. I see your transparent walk with Jesus and it is so refreshing to hear the flow of your spirit to spirit relationship with our Lord. I have to agree with Elizabeth: we who are ‘older saints’ (chuckle) can relate so well to every word as we have walked through so many changes and never could have imagined the world as it is now even though He told us in the scripture what would come REALITY has been a real wake up call. And to see so many who are still sleeping or doozing in and out is hard to swallow. Thank you for this beautiful truth about the Spirit of Truth who I love and whom I serve as humbly as I can. God Bless You. Sandi Holman
Hello Brother in Christ –
I sense your post speaks to a lot of us ‘older saints’ -past 40 – but able to still walk upright ♀️ and take nourishment’ :)- under 100. I felt the witness of Holy Spirit to your comments here: “They will not trade the deep walk they have today, for what is so much less”.
AND “A lot of us thought we would be out of here by now. To make it short, we are most likely going to go through much more tribulation than we once thought”.
All I can say is “Yes” …I’ve def.thought that sane thing often. In scripture, and in my own life, the Lord rarely does things the way I thought He would. He does what He desires to accomplish His plans. His way. His time. That’s the history of Israel and the Church. Why would we think He would change for us?
He is the Lord of glory. We must yield to His Spirit. It’s a lesson I don’t think I’ll ever stop learning: the Lord, He is God.