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3 Signs that the Holy Spirit is speaking to you. Check it out so you don't miss the Voice of God!

In everyday life, we often face important decisions and choices that affect our future. Sometimes we feel that God is guiding us and directing our way, and sometimes we wonder if our decisions are in accordance with His will.
In these situations it is very important to be able to recognize when the Holy Spirit is speaking to us and what are the signs we should pay attention to. We often hear that God is omnipresent and always ready to help us, but how do we understand His message? Are there any specific signs that God is speaking to us?


That's what we're going to talk about today. For many years, God spoke to His people through prophets, apostles, and other believers who were close to His heart. Today, God still speaks to us, but in a different way. In today's video, we're going to focus on the three main signs that the Holy Spirit is speaking to us.
These signs are not only helpful in making important decisions, but also in everyday life when we face difficult challenges and need comfort and support. By talking about these signs, we want to help you understand how to recognize God's voice and what steps to take to walk the path God has prepared for us.
The first sign by which the Holy Spirit speaks to us is confirmation. Acknowledgment by signs or by other people. To better understand this sign, let's look in the Bible and read a passage that is a perfect example of how the Holy Spirit speaks to us through confirmation. First Samuel, chapter three, verses one through ten.
“Young Samuel ministered to the Lord under Eli. In those days, the Lord spoke seldom, and visions were not frequent. One day Eli was sleeping in his usual place. His eyes had already begun to fail, and he could not see. And the light of God has not yet gone out. And Samuel slept in the tabernacle of the Lord, where the Ark of the Covenant was.
Then the Lord called Samuel, and he replied, Then he ran to Eli and said to him, "Here I am; you called me." Eli replied, "I didn't call you, go back and go to sleep." So he went to sleep. But the Lord repeated the cry: "Samuel!" Samuel got up and went to Eli, saying, "Here I am; you called me." He said to him, "I didn't call you, son. Go back and go to sleep."
For Samuel did not yet know the Lord, and the word of the Lord had not yet been revealed to him. And again the Lord repeated his cry for the third time: "Samuel!" So he got up and went to Eli, saying, "Here I am; you called me." Eli saw that the Lord was calling the boy. So Eli said to Samuel, "Go to sleep! But if someone calls you, answer, 'Speak, Lord, for your servant is listening.'
Samuel left and went to sleep in his place. The Lord came and, standing up, cried out as before: "Samuel, Samuel!" Samuel replied, "Speak, for your servant is listening." “
God wanted Samuel to become a prophet who would listen to His voice and deliver His word. That's why God called Samuel in the night while he was sleeping and called his name three times. Each time Samuel resorted to Eli, thinking that the priest was speaking to him. But Eli knew that God was calling Samuel and told him to say, "Speak, Lord, for your servant is listening."
When God called Samuel once again, Samuel answered just like that, and he heard God's voice telling him to deliver His word to the nation of Israel. The confirmation Samuel received from Eli was crucial to his calling. Without this information, Samuel might not have understood that God was speaking to him, and his life might have turned out very differently.
Eli not only confirmed to Samuel that God was speaking to him, but also advised him what he should do. Thanks to Eli, Samuel understood that it was God speaking to him and could fully trust His word. Eli was his spiritual guide and mentor who helped him discover his calling and lead him on the path to His realization.
Just as God used Eli, He continues to use other people to validate His voice. The story of Samuel and Eli shows us how God works in our lives through other people. Sometimes we need people to help us discover our calling and understand what God expects of us.
It is worth surrounding yourself with people who have more experience in spiritual life and who can help us interpret the signals we receive from God. Validation by other people can take many forms. It can be, for example, a word given by a priest that seems to be addressed directly to us.
It could also be a word or behavior from another person we didn't know before that seems to have a special meaning for us. It is important that we know how to listen to God and pay attention to the signals that he sends us through other people. In conclusion, God uses confirmation to dispel any doubts about what He has given us.
Another sign by which we will know that it is the Holy Spirit speaking to us is calmness, a feeling of deep peace in the heart regarding a given situation or decision. There are times when God will not need to send someone to confirm His voice, but He will send us a feeling of deep inner peace.
Calmness in the heart is a sign that the Holy Spirit often uses to speak to us. When we have peace of mind about a decision or situation, we can know that the Holy Spirit is working in our lives. For example, when we pray to God in deep concentration, asking for a solution to some difficult life situation, and suddenly we feel a great peace and confidence of the heart, then this is a confirmation, it is a sign of the Holy Spirit's work.
Let us remember that one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit is peace. It is worth noting that peace of mind does not mean that we will not have doubts or difficulties in making decisions. It's normal for our hearts to waver at different choices at times. But when we have peace in our hearts, we know that God is at work in our lives and is guiding us on the right path.
In everyday life, we often experience various problems and difficulties that can cause us stress, anxiety and fear. However, when we have peace in our hearts, we can deal with difficulties better and more effectively. It is the Holy Spirit who gives us this peace and helps us maintain our emotional balance in any situation.
Remember, when God speaks to us, He often gives us a feeling of deep peace. It is a sign that comes from the Holy Spirit and is a confirmation for us that it is God who works in our lives. The feeling of peace is one of the most important signals that God uses to speak to us.
It is worth learning to listen and recognize this sign in order to be able to use the benefits that life brings to us in accordance with God's will. When we have a difficult decision to make, let us always pray with deep concentration to God. In prayer, let us listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit, who often speaks to us through a feeling of deep peace in our hearts.
It is the Holy Spirit who can give us the certainty that our decision is right and in accordance with God's will. The last and most important sign is that the voice of the Holy Spirit agrees with the Word of God. The Holy Spirit will never speak to us in a way contrary to what the Scriptures say.
If we hear a voice that contradicts what is written in the Bible, it is certainly not the Holy Spirit. Every word written in the Bible was inspired by the Holy Spirit, so it should be our most important criterion of truthfulness.
The Bible was written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, so the Holy Spirit cannot contradict Himself. The word of God is the most credible evidence, it gives us confidence that the sign we recognize comes from the Holy Spirit.
It is worth noting that when examining the truth of the voice of the Holy Spirit, the devil can interfere with us and try to deceive us. One way he can do this is by using the Word of God, twisting its meaning and taking it out of context to imply that what we are doing or thinking is God's will when in fact it is not.
The devil can use biblical statements that at first glance seem to support our attitudes or behaviors to deceive us. For example, the devil can use statements about love of neighbor to convince us that it is okay to refrain from certain actions that we should actually be doing, or vice versa, to get us to do actions that are actually contrary to the teachings of Jesus.
Therefore, it is important to always be vigilant and take care of the context of biblical statements before drawing any conclusions. We should not interpret the Word of God apart from its entire context and purpose. The Holy Spirit always works according to the Word of God and will never contradict what is already written in the Bible.
In the letter to the Galatians, Saint Paul warns against false teachings that are contrary to the Gospel, saying: "But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel other than that which we preached to you, let him be accursed."
It is worth remembering that the devil also knows the scriptures and can use passages from them to deceive us.In the Gospel of Matthew, when describing the temptation of Jesus in the desert, the devil quoted the scriptures to convince Jesus to do something contrary to the will of the Father. well versed in Scripture and knew how to distinguish between false teachings and true teachings,
therefore it is important to always study and meditate on the Scriptures in order to have a full understanding and to know God's will The Holy Spirit can help us interpret and understand difficult passages, but will always be acted in accordance with the whole of God's Word.
RedBaron · M
Talking about it or going on ad nauseam proselytizing about it?

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