In the world we live in today, guidance and support is of utmost importance. Imagine someone without a guide; sure you know what will happen to that person, they will end up in a ditch. And what I find amazing is we do not need to be in a position of helplessness or hopelessness, because our internal navigation system, the Holy Spirit is readily activated and waiting to guide us to the extent to which we allow Him. Let us take a look at another personality exemplified by the Holy Spirit:
The Holy Spirit guides us. “But when He, the Spirit of Truth, comes, He will guide you into all the truth [full and complete truth]. For He will not speak on His own initiative, but He will speak whatever He hears [from the Father – the message regarding the Son], and He will disclose to you what is to come [in the future]. Read John 16:13. Scripture tells us there is a purpose for His guiding; and that is for us to know truth, to know Gods Word, to know what grace has fully done for us.
A life without a guide from the one who created the universe is like someone signing up for a life of struggle. The main purpose of the satellite navigation is to guide the driver on a path to take, likewise the Holy Spirit is our guide, our helper, leading us on a path of constant victory; that is why it is called a procession (selah – pause and calmly think).
“The Holy Spirit testifies as a witness (one who had seen an event first hand) of the Lord.” Read John 15:26. The Holy Spirit is a credible and unquestionable witness. I personally want to testify of a truth, “God is good.” When I think about the Lord, and how He has saved me and kept me, I cannot but testify of His goodness, love, mercy and grace. Everything the Holy Spirit does is a testimony of the greatness and goodness of the almighty King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
I have seen an event in my life first hand, and can testify today and boldly say I am the beloved of God, I am the apple of His eyes, I am more than a conqueror through Him who first loved me, I am a success, I am growing in the things of God, I am developing in my relationship with my Heavenly Father, I am walking in exceedingly abundant grace, I am favored of the Lord, and finally I am blessed beyond measure in the Name of Jesus, amen. What have I just done? I testified right before you about how good the Lord is. I encourage you also to testify of the Lord. You might say, I do not have anything to testify about; well let me remind you; you bring something to the table of God, and that is your testimony of praise and thanksgiving.
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