Isaiah 60:1-3 60:1 Arise and Shine, for thy light has arrived, and the Lord's splendor has descended upon thee. 60:2 For behold, the earth will be covered in darkness, and the people will be in total darkness; but the LORD will arise upon thee, and his glory will be seen upon thee.
"Sow thy seed in the morning, and do not withdraw thy hand in the evening; for thou knowest not whether this or that will prosper, or whether they will both be equally good." Ecclesiastes 11:6 Read: Genesis 26:8-15 To excel in life, business, and ministry, you must have peace of mind.
God speaks and waits for us all the time. As much as we need His guidance and compassion, there are signs that God is trying to get your attention. It's possible that you've just prayed and are waiting for a response, but you're focusing on another way God could respond.
We were promised that when Jesus rose from the dead, the Holy Spirit would join him and assist us in our daily lives, as well as warn us about things we can't see with our eyes. The phrase "Holy Spirit who will lead us" is commonly misinterpreted to mean the Bible, prophets, pastors, or anybody with supernatural abilities to see into the future and perceive things that ordinary people cannot.
We were promised that when Jesus resurrected from the grave, the Holy Spirit would accompany him and help us in our daily lives, as well as warn us about things we can't see with our eyes. The term "Holy Spirit who will lead us" is sometimes misunderstood to refer to the Bible, prophets, pastors, or anybody with supernatural skills to see into the future and sense things that ordinary people cannot.
As promised, the Holy Spirit will accompany Jesus after his resurrection and help guide us in our daily lives while also warning us about things we can't see with our natural eyes. As a result, when Christians say they will be guided by the "Holy Spirit," they mean anything from the Bible to prophets, pastors, and anybody else who possesses supernatural vision and perception talents.
It's evident that most Christians go to church in hopes of receiving deliverance and miracles, yet this isn't always the case. Wonders and deliverance, on the other hand, are just a couple of the side advantages of Christianity. For Christians, the primary purpose of attending church is to fellowship with and worship our Creator and His Son, Jesus Christ.
Matthew 6.10 says ‘your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven’ Other bible translations have it as ‘as it is already done in heaven’ The fact that God has already prepared it for you also means He is not going to alter that which He already has prepared.
"And he blessed him, saying, Blessed be Abram, possessor of heaven and earth, of the most high God." Genesis 14:19 Even though the Almighty God is one, He shows Himself as three distinct individuals: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
When Jesus resurrected from the grave, we were promised that the Holy Spirit would accompany him and assist us in our daily lives, as well as give us cautions about things we can't see with our eyes. The term "Holy Spirit who will lead us" is sometimes misunderstood to refer to the Bible, prophets, pastors, and anybody with supernatural skills to see into the future and see things that ordinary people cannot.
We idea it modified into the Holy Spirit — church participants. The coffin bearing Tendai Margera's body being reduced into his very last resting location in Marymount, Rushinga, the previous day Church contributors of the Johanne Masowe Jerusalem Church, additionally known as JEANNIE, have stated they hesitated from helping the eight “prophets” who drowned on Saturday as they thought they had been performing underneath the effect of the Holy Spirit.
Wonders shall never end in this world. A well known pastor from central Africa is reportedly impregnated twenty (20) church members and then blamed the holy spirit that it is the one guided him. Imagine the whole person who proclaimed himself as a true man of God, taking advantage of young women, married women and vulnerable women and sleep with them in the name of our lord Jesus, that's insane.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_Spirit The holy spirit is God’s power in action, his active force. (Micah 3:8; Luke 1:35) God sends out his spirit by projecting his energy to any place to accomplish his will.—Psalm 104:30; 139:7. In the Bible, the word “spirit” is translated from the Hebrew word ruʹach and the Greek word pneuʹma.
For a variety of reasons, every heaven-bound Christian should receive Holy Spirit baptism. The first is the Baptizer's personality, which is the Holy Spirit Himself. The Holy Spirit, as the third person in the Trinity, is responsible for the believer's after-salvation preservation.
God’s Word is given to us by His Spirit. 2 Peter 1.20-21 Knowing first that no prophecy of the scripture is meant for any private interpretation. For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.
The Holy Spirit, God's word, and Jesus' blood are three irresistible and powerful spiritual weapons offered by God the Father for His children. According to John 6:63: “The spirit quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: the words that I declare vnto you are spirit and life.”
Thank You, Holy Spirit, for making Your supernatural power and ability available to me. In the powerful name of Jesus, I decree and declare that the Lord will resuscitate me and my household today. In Jesus' name, I decide and announce that holiness has been restored to me.
There has never been a time when we have needed the Comforter more than now. The Holy Spirit, commonly known as the Comforter, has promised believers of all eras the ministry of the Holy Spirit, who knows the end from the beginning. "Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you” (John 16:7).
When our Lord Jesus Christ was about to leave this world, He promised to send us a comforter who would teach us everything (John 14:26). The Holy Spirit, who is known as the Comforter, came on the Day of Pentecost and has been with the Body of Christ ever since (Acts 2).
One of the fruits of the Holy Spirit is self-control. It is the ability to follow the Holy Spirit's lead and to stop when he says stop, no matter how right you think you are. Most of the time, we use harsh words against others because we are angry.