The Holy Spirit has His own personality. He therefore moves in at will when we least expect it, and sometimes when we are least deserving of it. ~ R.T. Kendall
As you spend time in God’s Word and understand his love, the Holy Spirit will create new desires within you to love and serve others like never before. ~ Chip Ingram
Let this Pentecost Sunday be the day that you let the Holy Spirit unleash His great power in your life. Invite Him to reveal His great love and caring, wisdom and guidance. He is the best Friend you will ever have!
In my last post of a few days ago, I described how my life was changed when I let the Holy Spirit into it. Right now I am going through a period of anxiety and discouragement. I find that I cannot bring myself to continue to pray about all the problems facing me and my family right now; it feels empty and pointless. So I am leaning on the promise of St. Paul in Romans 8:26: “Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words.” Groan for me, Holy Spirit, as I cannot do it alone!
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