Advice shopping?

Free advice shopping is cheap and easy by using Google Search or other search engines on the World Wide Web. From mundane issues to complicated problems, there seem to be ready answers. However, there is always a danger of ‘shopping’ for advice or counsel.
Rehoboam: As the successor of Solomon, Rehoboam should have been intelligent and shrewd. He was in total contrast to his father. He sought the advice of senior ministers in his royal court but rejected the idea of serving people. Young people who grew up with him advised him to dominate, dictate and direct and not listen. Rehoboam chose foolish advice to his peril and the Nation of Israel was divided into two. (I Kings 12:1-17)
Absalom: In his pursuit of power, Absalom drove David and his loyalists out of Jerusalem, the capital city. He had a group of counselors who advised him to gain full power and defeat his father, David. King David prayed that Ahithophel’s counsel which is always appropriate and right become foolish. God heard David’s prayer that Absalom rejected Ahithophel’s advice. (II Samuel 7:14)
Jeremiah’s advice was rejected: Jeremiah was in the ministry for forty years at that time. Yet, the people who were left after mass deportation by Nebuchadnezzar to Babylon did not listen to Jeremiah. They just wanted to know what God says, but in their heart they were already determined to go to Egypt. Even when the Lord forbade them, they went to Egypt. (Jeremiah 42:7-15)
Sinners’ counsel: The sinners’ counsel is also available, which the Blessed person rejects. (Psalms 1:1) Jonadab, the son of Shimeah gave wicked counsel to Absalom, to rape Tamar. Foolish and wicked Absalom raped her, hated her, and sent her away. (II Samuel 13)
Word of God: God is a wonderful counselor. (Isaiah 9:6) There is no wisdom, no understanding, no counsel can avail against the Lord. (Proverbs 21:30) God’s Word is light that illuminates the path, in the world of darkness and a lamp that provides light for each step. (Psalms 119:105) Without discernment from the Bible, counsel becomes a dangerous disaster.
Do I seek counsel only from His Word?