What guidance? Who’s spirit? To who or which direction? By who?
Some will define spiritual guidance as the facilitating of our relationship with God. This is often used as a ‘control aide’ by Nicolaitan churches. They will appoint some person (often a common sinner playing ‘Holy’) as the one to guide you and your spirit, supposedly to God. I tell you right now that all spiritual guidance is in the book and that all you need to do is read the Gospel, believe it and follow it.
A person who has already read and studied the Gospel can indeed answer some questions etc. or a group of people (a real church/assembly of Christians) can indeed give real explanations and common guidance to a newcomer, but as soon as this person has read, understood and surrendered to the Gospel he/she no longer requires anyone’s guidance, for they themselves now understand the very simple Gospel of Christ – through ‘his’ divine guidance.
No other guidance can be given but that which is taught in the book; as it is written: Matthew: 10:40 Who receives you receives me, and who receives me receives him who has sent me. So any guidance should be the same Christ has given to the guide. Nobody or church is invited to teach their own doctrines. And so, any ‘Spiritual
Guide’, will guide you to read the Gospel, for spiritual guidance comes from Christ alone.