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Christians are encouraged to look at the creation in order to understand God, and the power of the Holy Spirit. How can you more effectively use God's Spirit?

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  • Steve Buchanan
    Thanks, Mark! Have a great Holy Day! Steve
  • Mark Skapura
    Steve, I really enjoyed your sermon in preparation for Pentecost...... Thank you!
  • Steve Buchanan
    Kotie: Thanks for your comment. The Holy Spirit does indeed work in us, but take note of Paul's instruction to Timothy: 1 Timothy 4:14 Do not neglect the gift that is in you, which was given to you by prophecy with the laying on of the hands of the eldership. 2 Timothy 1:6 Therefore I remind you to stir up the gift of God which is in you through the laying on of my hands. Thus, there are things we can do that help accentuate the gift of God's spirit, which was the intent of the message. Thanks again, Steve
  • Mark Skapura
    Kotie, you are correct in stating the God's Holy Spirit( His Power) works through us. We are the tool. However we need to ALLOW God's Power to work in us and become that instrument that God is forming and fashioning. We have a choice to use God's Spirit or not use it. God gives us freedom. One of the questions we should ask is why do some people grow in faith and knowledge and bear fruit while others may not. The spirit could be dormant , unused and even removed from a person. David prayed in Psalm 51:11"Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me." At that point in time David was not a useful tool in God's hands and David knew it. Thankfully upon repentance God can restore "us tools" again just as He did King David.
  • Nem
    Do we really "use" God's Spirit or does God's Spirit uses us? I always thought that I am the "tool" to be used by God and not the other way round. Holy Spirit works through me....is it not?
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