In today’s Christianity, everyone has become a teacher in the classroom, which causes many to unknowingly drift out of God’s plan for their lives. My brother, my sister, when God tells you to do something, when you do it, the first sign you feel is deep peace. Yes, peace and love will always indicate you that God is in control of the situation, even if what you did sets fire. Also know that every time God asked someone to do something, He put the right words into their mouths and He prepares all hearts, because He is love and not a God of disorder and confusion… Today, what He “tells” one person often contradicts what He “tells” another, and these out-of-the-Bible revelations have proven to be very divisive, tearing apart church after church or families. We Christians should learn to humble ourselves and be more dependent on The Lord than being self-sufficient because our out-of-the-Bible revelations can result in chaos or in lost souls, benefiting no one except Satan, who loves to sow discord among believers. My friend, “The Lord will guide you always” (Isaiah 58:11) through the Holy Spirit, to discern what is, or is not, His will for your life: “The Spirit of truth . . . will guide you into all truth” (John 16:13). One thing is certain: God never contradicts Himself, so He will never ask you to do something contradictory to His Word. He will never ask you to do something Jesus Christ wouldn’t do or to sin. We need to be careful and look for The truth, not our truth, in the Bible, so we will know which of our actions meet God’s standards. “Do not let this Book of the Law depart from your mouth: meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything that is written in it” (Joshua 1:8). Stay blessed in Jesus’ name.