Nevertheless the centurion was more persuaded by the helmsman and the owner of the ship than by the things spoken by Paul.
Therefore take heart, men, for I believe God that it will be just as it was told me."
Acts 27:10-11, 25 (NKJV)
In every area of life there seems to be someone who is considered an expert. Whether it is in some technical field or an area of study there are people who have spent time learning about that certain thing and because of the knowledge and experience they have about it they are referred to as experts. They may or may not have some official title, but often these experts are consulted for their views about something in their area of expertise. But, no one person knows everything and the term expert is very relative, because someone who appears to be an expert to one person may not be to another.
In the Book of Acts, we read about Paul and his trip to Rome. At one point in this trip, Paul advised the people he was with that he had a perception, a sense, that their trip would have problems. But, the centurion, who probably was in charge, did not listen to Paul but instead the centurion listened to the professional sailors, the experts, about what to do. Paul was right and the ship was eventually destroyed. But, Paul told everyone to "take heart" (to be of good cheer, to have good courage) because God had told Paul that they would make it through the storm.
Paul shared what I believe was a spiritual perception, a leading of the Holy Spirit, that did not agree with the expert opinion. Paul said this when he was on a ship going through a terrible storm. The storm was so bad that the people on board, including the expert, professional sailors "lost all hope of being saved". No matter what storms may come, no matter what the experts might believe or say, no matter how we feel in the situation, we need to do like Paul and believe what God has said. Standing in faith on God's Word will lead us through and out of the storm, no matter what the experts may have said.