Before Jesus left this earth to ascend to the Father, He promised that He would send us the Comforter, the Holy Spirit. He spoke of the Holy Spirit as not just being with His disciples, but being IN them (John 14:17). And then they would know that I am in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you (vs.20). Are you also His disciple? Do you believe this is true of you?
If this is true, why is it that the church has historically taught such a helpless Christianity? Why have we been taught that the best we can do is simply trust God that one day it will all be ok in the end? If the Holy Spirit is in us, and if it is true that Jesus is in the Father and “ye in me and I in you,” then we are in cahoots with the Almighty! We ought to be living in the power and victory of God, who always causes us to triumph in Christ (2Corinthians 2:14).
We are supposed to be Acts 29. If you are familiar with the book of Acts, there are only 28 chapters recorded. It’s been suggested that the church today should be making up the record of a chapter 29. But too many in the church are not experiencing Acts kind of victories because they have neglected or shut out the Holy Spirit.
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