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Daily Post: Day 3. What do you know about Discernment?

Do you always have that gut feeling? When you know something is off, and you don’t have peace about a situation and a person? Do you sometimes have that little voice that comes so fast and slips away like it was never there?

Today we will be talking about the practical side of discernment and how you can listen to your gut as it can prevent or forewarn you on what’s about to come.

Firstly, what is Discernment?

It is defined as the ability to decide between truth and error, right and wrong. Discernment is also the ability to make careful distinctions in our thinking about the fact. In other words, it is the ability to think biblically.

John MacArthur

For a while now, I have been reading about what it means, and to be honest, it is mainly linked 🔗 to various biblical quotes and readings of the Bible. It is a gift that comes from God, and that each of us has this gift as an insight to penetrate past a person veneer and the surface of a situation and also past the words that a person is using to judge people and situations accurately and when I say judge I do not mean passing judgment on as I wrote on my other post https://princessanyasodor.com/2020/02/03/judging-others🎤🎤/ I mean judging as in assessing and evaluating.

When you are tapping into your gift of discernment, you can access and evaluate people in their motives and the situations that you find yourself in. This post discusses how to know when to listen to your inner guts and tap into the flow and let God show you what you need to do in any given situation.

Now you are thinking about what this is. These are those precise and concise words that flash through your mind or linger behind your mind like. For example, there is a nice person you know, but whenever you are around that person, you always do not connect with that person, or your friend tells you to come with them to a party and you have this little voice telling you not to go, or a mother who tells her son not to go out with some friends for a reason she actually cannot place her finger on, and so on. Some examples of these words are;

  • Don’t go
  • Stop
  • Pause
  • Get out now
  • Get more information
  • Step back
  • Don’t talk or hold your thought
  • Walk away
  • Don’t argue
  • Pick up the phone and call
  • Say I am sorry

These feelings, or skill, as I would put it, is up to us to nurture that seed of discernment that we have inside of us. So that when it’s time to discern people in their motives and situations it can be utilised. It can be nurtured in various ways, like through meditation or prayer. The more time you spend alone meditating or praying, the better tuned your spirit is to reading people better and seeing through their charades. These thoughts sometimes make you not sleep at night because it weighs heavily on your mind. When you have these thoughts, you desire one thing, but in retrospect, it is not suitable for you.

https://www.havehopeforthejourney.org/devotional-blog/a-prayer-of-discernment

Do you know that saying? That Every disappointment a blessing? Oh yes! Sometimes it is true! I am sure you must have also irked when you are around someone or even before getting into a relationship, but because that person was packaged just the way you like and want, you just decided to throw that intuition to the wind and then later it grows and bites your ass.

An important message is: when you are dealing with someone, you are also dealing with their frequency.

Princess 👑

Ways to know and surrender to your inner self in discerning situations.

  1. Surrending; paying attention to your inner self by meditating
  2. Calmness; that peace of mind you have about something and sure enough to walk away from it because it’s not good for you even though you want it.
  3. Empowerment; empowers us to act in accordance with our own lives and be able to act on our behalf

I have a friend who has the spirit of discernment, and it is an obvious one. Funny enough, when she tells her husband not to do something or to do something, he dismisses her. Then later that same thing, she warned him about rebounds, and he calls her a Wi###. ( you know 🧐)

Discernment is focusing on others and not on self because it allows you to assess if whatever situation you are in is good for you or not.

I will have to stop here for now and continue more on this topic next time. Please do leave a comment on how you see through the social mask people wear? And how do you deal with it? I will be happy to hear from you. Thank you

We will see here tomorrow on day four of daily post.

@princessanyasodor

4 thoughts on “Daily Post: Day 3. What do you know about Discernment?”

  1. Another banger from Lady P. Nice topic and well biblically rooted. Nice honey be. The gift of discernment is a precious gift from God. Once you have it , then it’s difficult to be overpowered by negative forces.

    Good three points to know how to surrender to your inner self in discerning situations.

    In general , thanks once again for this great spiritually motivated piece. Kudos !!!

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