Who is the HOLY SPIRIT?
God of the Bible is an awesome God unlike any man made god.
He gave us Jesus Christ. Then, Jesus told us that He had to leave because the Father in Heaven was going to send HIS HOLY SPIRIT to comfort and teach them.
GOD is alive as an Eternal Spirit, Omnipresent Spirit, Omniscient Spirit, and Omnipotent Spirit that has been sent to fill every believer!
Those theological words means God is everywhere, all knowing and all powerful. All caring.
The good news is that He LOVES YOU! Yes, you! How does He, connect with us mere created humans?
Jesus Christ, God’s only Son, sent to earth to bring an end of sin, after being brutally crucified on a cross, after raising from the grave three days later, told His disciples these words: ‘It is good I go away….’
By returning to the Father in Heaven, Jesus said He would send the Holy Spirit to live within us, His believers. For the past 2000 years, the Holy Spirit has come along side humans to convict them of sin and lead them to repentance through kindness.
Once a person accepts Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord, the Holy Spirit comes upon them to indwell with them until they die and go to be with the Lord. The Holy Spirit has endwelled billions of human bodies filling a God-created vacuum deep inside the heart of every man, woman, and child.
Sanctified by the Holy Spirit – Romans 15:16
The Holy One – 1 John 2:20
The Spirit of Holiness – Romans 1:4
The Spirit of Love – 2 Timothy 1:7
The Good Spirit – Nehemiah 9:20;
The Spirit of Truth – John 14:17; 1 John 4:6
The Comforter – John 14:16, 15:26; Acts 9:31 2 Corinthians 1:4
The Spirit of Adoption – Romans 8:15
The Spirit of Faith – 2 Corinthians 4:13
The Spirit of Praise – 1 Corinthians 14:15
The Spirit of Wisdom & Revelation – Ephesians 1:17;, 3:5
The Spirit of Promise – Ephesians 1:13, 14
The Spirit of Grace – Zechariah 12:10; Hebrews 10:29
The Spirit of Glory – 1 Peter 4:14
Unction From the Holy One – 1 John 2:20-27, 2 Corinthians 1:21
He wants to live in you through the Holy Spirit.
Together as One, God Father, Son, and Holy Spirit wish to have a relationship with you, now and forever more.
Will you give Him your life so that He can transform you into a beautiful creation free of your painful past?
When you hear that He is a comforter, what does that mean to you?Have you every sensed the comforting of the Holy Spirit before now?
What have you been raised to believe about the Holy Spirit? There is much misinformation and misrepresentation of who the Holy Spirit really is that its important that you think through who you believe He is.
There are two very important factors involved in your recovery to consider.
The first is your willingness to allow God to work in your life
The second is the power that you have available to you only through the Holy Spirit.
Jesus told His disciples in John 14:26 that He would send the Holy Spirit who would teach them and lead them into all truth.
The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity, equal in importance to God the Father and God the Son (Jesus). He is our Counselor, our Comforter, our Helper and the Power from above that we need to change our lives.
All things are given OF God, THROUGH Jesus Christ, BY the Holy Spirit. In Genesis 1:2 He is the first manifestation of the Trinity mentioned.
In Job 26:13 He is the power behind the creation. Why do we need the Holy Spirit to be set free from the hurts of our past? None of us have the power within ourselves to simply think good thoughts and heal ourselves.
a. John 16:13. What does this verse say the Holy Spirit will do?
b. Ephesians 5:18. What does this verse say I am to do concerning the Holy Spirit?
c.Read Acts 1:8: Luke 11:13. How can I be filled with the Holy Spirit?
d. Luke 12:12. The Holy Spirit teaches you even what you are to say?
e. 1 John 2:20. According to this verse what do I have?
The Holy Spirit connects the spiritual realm (God) with the natural realm (mankind). But most importantly He longs to be your friend and fellowship with you. He is a gentleman and will never go where He is not invited. Learn to depend on Him (not yourself) to teach you, change you guide you, and use you for the glory of God.
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