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Inspired And Filled By The Holy Spirit

Read: Acts 19:1-10

As you read this post, the Holy Spirit is asking you the same question Paul asked the disciples at Ephesus: Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you believed?

What is your response?

Kneel down wherever you are now, lower your head, and beg God to fill you with the Holy Spirit again if you haven't already.

Dear Holy Spirit, in Jesus' great name, Amen, please fall anew on all who knelt today to ask you to fill them with your might.

In Jesus' Mighty Name, Amen, I receive you the Holy Spirit.

The reason for this is that even in the days of the rapture, the Holy Spirit is your seal.

Despite your desire to serve God, the absence of the Holy Spirit in your life will result in you becoming a half-baked Christian.

According to the Bible, "those who are guided by the Spirit of God are called sons of God."

Because the brethren here were baptized on their repentance from sins but not on their faith in Christ, do not mistake your physical baptism for the Holy Spirit filling.

Every believer requires the Holy Spirit to empower him or her to go above and beyond what ordinary Christians can do, as well as for spiritual talents to manifest in your life and for you to employ them in the Lord's service.

Do you remember receiving the Holy Spirit when you first believed?

Paul spent three months in the synagogue attempting to persuade both Jews and Greeks to accept Christ, but some hardened their hearts and abandoned them; nonetheless, he spent two years in the school of Tyrannus, or market area, where everyone who dwell in Asia heard the word of God.

Don't waste your time attempting to convert people with hardened hearts when there are many souls on their way to hell and looking for someone to show them the way.

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