Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit says The Lord (Zech 4:6). It is very important as Christians to engage the power of The Holy Spirit in our day-to-day living. Jesus said, I’ll send another, The Comforter (Jn 16:7)…..
Everything that we would ever be able to accomplish supernaturally is going to be by this Holy Spirit of God. It is by Him that God guides us, it is through Him that God speaks to us and it is by Him that we gain deeper understanding into the Word. This era of Christianity, right from the apostles, is the era of God the Holy Spirit.
Some people do say, but I do not know what next to do, and then they are busy running from pastor to pastor, from spiritualist to spiritualist. When we gave our lives to Christ, we became born again by the Spirit of God. From that day on, the Holy Spirit has been right there beside us, but because so many are ignorant of this, Christians are not dominating the world the way we should. He is the Spirit of Wisdom & Understanding, of Counsel & of Might. He is the Spirit of Knowledge and of the Fear of The Lord (Is 11:2).
A lot of people are either totally ignorant of His Presence, or have totally forgotten that He’s just right there. Then you hear Christians say, “I can’t just stop this habit”, “abeg it’s not easy to stay away from sin, at least the ‘little’ ones would still be there”. But really, this ‘Power’ of the Holy Spirit has been made available to all Christians and not just a selected few. It’s one thing to know what you have, it’s another thing to make use of it. It is not just power to perform miracles and signs & wonders, it is also to live a glorious and fulfilled life here on earth.
In order to live a gloriously as the kings that we are supposed to be here on earth, we really cannot overlook the Ministry of The Holy Spirit. He’s there to help us, to teach us, to guide us, to comfort us, to protect us. We wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities and powers, therefore, you need to engage the total backing of the Unseen to fight the unseen. Bishop Abioye once said, I’d rather be meek and have a Shepherd, than be strong without a Shepherd (Is 30:1-3, 31:1). Living a life pleasing to God becomes easier, excelling in everything becomes easier, and knowing what next to do and how to do it is a walk-over.
And there’s something so wonderful about the HolySpirit….., He’s just so sweet, and He’s got such a good sense of humor. He’s one person that you can tell anything and everything that you can’t tell anyone else. He’s the bestest friend anyone can ever have and He makes your relationship with the Father and with Jesus so possibly sweet. He’s the bestest Personal Adviser around (Go and ask those that have been led by Him) and He’s so loving and caring. I really do not know which other words to use to describe Him, but what more I know is that I love Him sooooooo (if I go on, I’d be out of space…lol) much and I wouldn’t be where or what I am today without Him.
Talk to Him today and have fun….trust me.