The Holy Spirit lives in me.
The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity, co-equal with the Father and Son. He is also referred to as “the spirit of Christ” because He proceeds from both the Father and the Son, who are not separate or distinct from each other but eternally one God (Matthew 28:19; 1 Corinthians 12:4-6; 2 Corinthians 13:14). The phrase “the wind blows where it wills,” which Jesus used here in John 3:8, was a well-known proverb in Jesus’ day that meant that there is no human control over what happens on earth (compare Acts 1:16-18). It was also used by Jewish people when they felt upset or discouraged because they thought it implied that God had abandoned them. However, we know that Jesus came into this world not only to make us feel good about ourselves but also to save us from our sins and make us His children forever! In fact, He has already taken care of everything we need—all we have to do is accept His gift by putting our trust in Him alone for salvation.”
Holy Spirit Live In Me
1. I am a child of God
You are a child of God. That is what the Bible says, and that is who you are. You may not know it yet, but you will find that out in time. You have a divine destiny and purpose set before you by your Creator who loves you unconditionally and has great plans for your life!
God is our Creator, He made us in His image (Genesis 1:27). He created the earth and all that was on it long before humans ever walked upon its surface (Psalm 95:5). He breathed life into Adam (Genesis 2:7), which means that God breathed into him an eternal spirit or soul as well as a physical body of flesh (1Corinthians 15:45-49). In essence, every human being has been created by God’s breath!
God is our Father; we are all His children! When Adam and Eve sinned against Him by eating from the forbidden fruit tree in the Garden of Eden; they were kicked out of paradise where they could no longer eat from any tree except for one single tree—the Tree of Life which would keep them alive forever if eaten from once each day until their final day on earth when death would claim them both physically (Genesis 3:22-23). However, there was another option available at this point…and it was something no other animal had ever done before! They could repent immediately upon seeing how lost they had become without knowing anything about right versus wrong anymore…they could turn back towards their Creator with open arms saying “we messed up big time but we want forgiveness because we love You so much!” This resulted in God forgiving their sins immediately when they repented instead of waiting until later down life’s road where they might never have gotten around to turning back towards Him again…this act allowed them access once again into Paradise!!
2. I will be holy
You can be holy.
To be the vessel God wants you to be, you need to:
- Be a vessel for God’s will.
- Be a vessel for God’s love.
- Be a vessel for God’s grace.
- Be a vessel for God’s peace.
- Be a vessel for God’s joy.
- Be a vessel for God’s wisdom, power, and grace!
3. You are my guide
The Holy Spirit is our guide, and He will lead us into all truth. If you are feeling lost in the spiritual desert, then you can rest assured that God will not abandon you. The Holy Spirit still lives inside of you, and His power is available to help guide your steps (see Hebrews 10:19).
The Bible says that Jesus’ death on the cross was sufficient to pay for ALL of our sins – past, present, and future (Romans 5:10). When we accept this free gift as payment for our wrongdoings, God promises us eternal life with Him in heaven. This means that no matter what mistakes we have made or what errors we have made along the way (like believing lies about God), His love covers them all!
4. I will know you
The Holy Spirit is our teacher, guide, comforter, and a reminder of Jesus.
How do you know what the Holy Spirit is telling you? It will be different for each person but there are some things that we can learn from the scriptures to help us recognize His voice:
- The Holy Spirit speaks quietly (John 16:13-14)
- The Holy Spirit leads us into truth (John 16:12-15)
- The Holy Spirit gives peace (Romans 15:13; Galatians 5:22-23)
5. I will feel you
As a believer, you possess the ability to discern what is and isn’t from God. If you feel like doing something that doesn’t line up with your values or beliefs—if it’s not in alignment with what Jesus wants for you—you will know it in your heart.
When we’re feeling things out of step with Jesus, we need to pause and pray before acting on them. We need to ask God if this is truly His movement or if it’s just us reacting emotionally. In most cases when we’re acting contrary to God’s Word, He’ll move us toward repentance rather than condemnation (1 John 1:9). If we are following our feelings blindly without questioning whether these feelings are indeed from Him, then we risk missing out on an opportunity for growth as followers of Christ (Hebrews 5:14-15).
6. I will see you
You are the Holy Spirit. I should be able to see you, but I don’t. You are not a trinity in the sense that we can describe you on earth. You are invisible and yet present in me, guiding me and comforting me when things get tough.
You are my guide through life, helping me to remember Jesus’ love for me and his sacrifice for our sins. You help keep the focus on what is important; this life will end soon enough so let’s enjoy it while we’re here!
When I feel lost or like I’m doing something wrong, you help me see how God’s plan is bigger than mine could ever be so that even if it doesn’t go exactly how I want it to go (and sometimes even when it does), it works out perfectly because it’s meant to be that way all along!
7. I will trust you
God is the one who will provide for you, not your own intelligence. God is the one who will protect you, not your own strength. And so on: God will teach you to trust in him alone and to depend on him totally—not your mind, or any other person or thing.
If you don’t understand something, then ask God to reveal it to you through his Word (the Bible).
As a believer in Jesus Christ, I am no longer dependent upon my own strength but can draw upon his power by faith every day of my life—and this applies especially during times of temptation and testing!
8. Jesus promised us the Holy Spirit to be our guide, counselor, and comforter.
Jesus promised us the Holy Spirit to be our guide, counselor, and comforter. Jesus said, “I will pray to the Father, and He will give you another Helper (Comforter) that He may abide with you forever.” John 14:16
The Holy Spirit is God Himself—the Third Person of the Trinity. The Bible says that He was present at Creation (Genesis 1:2), in Moses’ time on Mount Sinai when God gave him Ten Commandments (Exodus 24:15), and when Jesus was baptized by John in the Jordan River (Matthew 3:13).
If you’re reading this, you may be wondering how to get in touch with the Holy Spirit. I recommend going through a series of prayer practices and meditations until you feel a real connection with God. You can also try listening to Christian music or watching videos that focus on the person of Jesus Christ—these are all ways that will help you build a strong relationship with God through His son Jesus who lived, died, and rose again for our sins so we could be forgiven from our wrong doings as long as we accept His gift of grace!
Get more insights into your relationship with God by reading this article on “How To Know If You Are Born Again?“