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    1. I am not the prophet to be able to discern which peoples fit into which “generations,” but I know that God will sift all nations (generations/peoples) and separate them like a Shepherd separates the sheep from the goats (Matthew 25:32)

    2. We need to better understand the physical before we can even discern the spiritual

    3. She twisted around and raised her head until she could barely discern the car

    4. Glancing back along the path she couldn’t discern any difference in the land surface … so how come there was a cliff here? This unanswerable question causing her to chew on her lip in frustration, she looked about her

    5. Learn to discern the difference between Spirit led prayers and words of prophecy

    6. Prophets have a call to teach the children of God how to hear the Lord and how to discern and walk in prophecy

    7. in the presence of God will know how to discern the

    8. When we discern that

    9. how to discern the ways of God and His purpose for our lives

    10. As far as LeCynic could discern, the girl's womb had ruptured, the force of which was yet displayed on the ceiling and adjacent wall

    1. But sometimes He makes statements that are so specific and so terse that you wonder how the prophets even discerned that word

    2. Jalan blinked and his mind ran through the events again, and he discerned the implication

    3. On the other hand– had he hit other women? Was that what he was telling her? She considered all aspects of the man, as she knew him, and discerned he couldn't hit a woman

    4. I remember one time I was in prayer when I discerned God speaking

    5. ” I discerned that he was homosexual and speaking with a deceptive spirit

    6. He knew I discerned who he was and became angry

    7. It was invisible, marked only by the slightest crack in the smooth wall that was too thin to see, and could only be discerned by a familiar touch

    8. Micaiah discerned a deceptive spirit in the mouth of the

    9. down the hill carrying a Bible in his hand, but I also discerned

    10. He knew I discerned this and became

    1. The purchase and sale of hi-value skin work to discerning international connoisseurs, predominantly from the wealthy countries of South East Asia, but also occasionally from Western buyers of American and European origin

    2. Judging There is a difference between judging and discerning

    3. the elder have a discerning spirit to

    4. When everyone is sharing what they have received as the interpretation of the dream, be discerning and listen for the voice of God in the interpretation

    5. However, on the flip side, discerning people who are able to see through the ploy would certainly not assign much credibility to the said person

    6. Iceland store or at a stall on Chapel Market, and not the discerning rich, who drove to Waitrose in Holloway, but a good mix of the middle without

    7. For to one is given by the Spirit the word of wisdom; to another the word of knowledge by the same Spirit; To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit; To another the working of miracles; to another prophecy; to another discerning of spirits; to another divers kinds of tongues; to another the interpretation of tongues:

    8. It is the responsibility of discerning thinking to tell the difference

    9. She had to wonder why it would be so discerning; why the apparent need for this level of security? Enough, then, surely to sustain her interest through all the mundane work of minutely adjusting interface responses to get the TIAR computer to take the bate and do its thing

    10. Therefore, a forest populated by trees, in a manner that properly defines a forest, may be misconstrued by less discerning minds as a collection of trees (parts) rather than a forest (whole)

    1. The one that hears and discerns the Spirit the greatest is no better than the one that encourages

    2. Rather, it discerns a deeper meaning beneath the surface of the historical event

    3. As the universe looks upon an inhabited world, it likewise discerns two great classes: those who know God and those who do not

    4. 9 Then the Master portrayed that the Father in heaven, after man discerns this spiritual freedom, wills that his children on earth should begin that eternal ascent of the Paradise career which consists in the creature's conscious response to the divine urge of the indwelling spirit to find the Creator, to know God and to seek to become like him

    5. But he who is spiritual discerns all things

    6. Now when you look at it, the woman is saying all the right things, but Paul discerns that behind it there's a spirit operating, and he discerned exactly what it was

    7. for a mind that learns and discerns,

    8. henow discerns a future where commerce shall replace war

    9. He discerns not the unspeakable sorrow taking hold upon the unnumbered throngs of earth-born creatures as they realize themselves cut off forever from existence, from life, from eternal life, with its unfolding ages of bliss to the redeemed

    10. „There is a mechanism,' he said, „which automatically discerns

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    discern distinguish make out pick out recognise recognize spot tell apart penetrate differentiate discriminate find out judge know note apprehend behold sense