Some of us understand that faith is not simply about knowing and holding to a group of facts about God and trying to live consistently with them. True religion has to do with a relationship of intimacy with the Lord. Because of that understanding, we value knowing and hearing from the Holy Spirit.
As we grow in our relationship with Jesus, it is tempting to validate ourselves by sharing every detail about our relationship with God. Every experience and every impression we get we want others to know. Let me caution you that knowing God does not mean sharing everything in your personal, intimate, relationship. You don't need to prove your connection with Him. Only share what He asks you to share for the benefit of the body.
Secondly, words or impressions from God can have differing application. Sometimes we miss why God reveals things to us. In Acts 21 several prophets warned Paul of impending trouble as he traveled to Jerusalem. They tried to persuade him to turn back. Paul discerned that though the danger was real he still must go. Danger was not to be avoided. Safety was not God's plan for Paul. (It is interesting how safety is often the main focus of our prayers) As we read on in the following chapters we learn that God's plan was for Paul to witness in Jerusalem and to be taken to Rome as a prisoner. There, too, he would have opportunity to witness.
Seek to know God intimately. Seek also to know what to share and what to ponder privately. When you do share something be careful about the conclusions you draw. God's ways are mysterious and wonderful. Keep seeking Him and listen!