So it is with divine communication. The still, small voice, though still and small, is very powerful. It “whispereth through and pierceth all things.” 13 But like my old crystal set, the message may be there but we fail to pick it up. Perhaps something in our lives prevents us from hearing the message because we are “past feeling.” 14 We often put ourselves in spiritual dead spots—places and situations that block out divine messages. Some of these dead spots include anger (resentment, resentment, resentment, self-pity, self-doubt), pornography, transgression, selfishness, and other situations that offend the Spirit.
Messages come to us individually and directly from a divine source and through our presiding officers in the Church.
President James E. Faust, Second Counselor in the First Presidency, Ensign, May, 2004
God Promises a Safe Landing, not a Calm Passage
The will of God never takes you to where the Grace of God will not protect you