How the holy spirit transforms us
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How Can God's Spirit Transform Us?
Anything of eternal value in this life and in eternity comes through the work of the Holy Spirit in us. What does the Holy Spirit do for us? Anything of eternal value in this life and in eternity comes through the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. We need simply to ask for it, and be obedient. Luke ; Acts Once we become disciples and have received the Holy Spirit, He begins a work in us, to transform us into the image of Christ. What is this power from the Holy Spirit for?
I t has taken me a long time to begin to understand the Holy Spirit. At one time I misinterpreted the Holy Spirit as a feeling. You know him, because he lives with you and will be with you… The Companion, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you everything, and will remind you of everything I have told you.
quotes about fighting for your rights
1. The Holy Spirit is your Helper.
Last week I was preaching in Canada, and my hotel was only two miles from the host church. But it took almost 30 minutes to drive that short distance because road construction crews in Toronto had blocked all but one lane in a major intersection. Orange traffic cones were everywhere. Traffic was at a standstill. It was especially frustrated because no workers were on site. I wanted to roll down my window and yell at the traffic cones. The lanes were blocked but nothing was happening!