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Holy Spirit is in charge


Holy Spirit

"However, when the Spirit of truth arrives, he will lead you into all truth," Jesus added (John 16:13).


If one wants to be guided by "God the Holy Spirit," he or she must be completely in tune with Him, so that every action is a result of His advice or promptings.


People who follow the Holy Spirit will have an exciting and adventurous existence.


Throughout the Bible, there are several instances in which the Holy Spirit gave the apostles orders that had an impact on both their personal and spiritual life.


You Must Be Born Again in Order to Receive His Guidance:


Because “those who are guided by the Spirit of God are God's children,” says the Bible. (See Romans 8:13-15.)


For one to be led by the Spirit, one must have a close, personal connection with the Lord Jesus Christ. The most effective way to accomplish this is to study God's Word and pray on a daily basis. Make an effort to put Him at the forefront of your thoughts at all times.


Practicing the Presence of God consists of the following activities:


"Dear friends, strengthen yourselves in your most holy faith," Jude encourages us to do. Make use of the Holy Spirit's guidance and assistance as you pray." (See also Jude 1:20.)


God is deeply interested in everything you do; He anticipates your next words before they are spoken, and He knows where you are going before you get there (Psa 139). In fact, He knows the exact number of hairs on your head (Luke 12:7), and He longs to be a part of your life and to guide you in all of your decisions.


Seek Him with all your heart and soul, "Come near to God, and he will draw near to you..." (See James 4:8)


God has the ability to direct, guide, and intervene.


Since you have been born again, you have received the Holy Spirit, which means He will be with you at all times to guide you through the remainder of your earthly existence.


Seeing news tales of persons who have been saved from death because of an unction, or a frantic emotion, that caused them to decide not to board a plane that later crashed is not at all uncommon. Some individuals were miraculously spared from the World Trade Center disaster, while others have had a variety of different experiences.


And so I'll say it again: God has the ability to lead, guide, and intervene in our personal lives, and He will never abandon you; in fact, nothing can separate you from His presence in your life. Throughout your life, he will be there to guide you and assist you.


Allow Him to have an impact on your decisions and to disclose the hidden things of God to you. Begin each day with a prayer to Him, and then spend the rest of the day in observation (listening with expectation for His guidance). Allow Him to guide and counsel you in all of your decisions and actions.


Learning to be led by the Spirit will take a lifetime, and even when you have completed your journey, you will have only just begun.

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