Why we need the Holy Spirit

Pray…
Father, thank you for the Holy Spirit. When I do not know what to do, which is often, I am glad I have the best counsel on my side. Help me, Holy Spirit, to lean into all my Father is saying to me, so that His truth girds and guides my thoughts, words, and actions.

Read His word…
“I have told you these things while I am still with you. But the Helper (Comforter, Advocate, Intercessor—Counselor, Strengthener, Standby), the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name [in My place, to represent Me and act on My behalf], He will teach you all things. And He will help you remember everything that I have told you.” John 14:25-26 AMP.

Ponder on what this means to and for you…
How comforting is it to know that as children of God, we have access to 24/7 help? The Holy Spirits’ instructions, counsel, and convictions are GOOD because they always reflect the Father’s will. They ALWAYS glorify God! For the one who believes and has declared Jesus as Lord and Savior, enter boldly into the Father’s presence and ask for the precious gift of the Holy Spirit. Luke 11:13. If you are to experience the fullness of God, you cannot leave out His Spirit. He makes all the difference.

He is our helper.
He guides us into ALL truth.
He helps us walk in righteousness.
He empowers us. Acts 1:8.
He emboldens us. Acts 4:31.
He intercedes for us in prayer. Rom. 8:26.
He gives us the RIGHT words to say. Luke 12:12.
He bears witness that we are children of God. Rom. 8:14-17.

Pray His Word
Dear Father, the entrance of your word brings light and gives understanding to the simple. You have a purpose for me, of which I am thankful for. By your Spirit I am empowered to walk this purpose out daily. I trust the Holy Spirit to guide me into all truth, and live boldly in obedience to you. I will look to Him to give me words as needed so that when I speak, it is your truth said in love, with compassion, precision, and power. I love that you have graciously gifted me your Spirit, Lord. Thank you.

Happy Monyaaaaaaaaaay!
Have a blessed week!
Xo, Mel.

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