Blessings for the whole family of the blockchain.
The best friend we have of God is the Holy Spirit. God made the promise to pour his love into our hearts, through the Holy Spirit. The Lord assured us that the Holy Spirit would lead us to all truth and all justice. When you think about the company of the Holy Spirit, it is important that you first consider what allowed you to begin a relationship with the Lord. How could you, being a sinner, establish a friendship with the holy God? What reconciled him with him? Was it dedication on your part? Maybe it was the result of your tireless efforts? Of course, no! You accepted your relationship with Him by faith. In the same way, every aspect of your life with God requires that you trust in the Lord.
The apostle Paul affirms:
In the way you have received the Lord Jesus Christ, walk in him; rooted and over-built in him, and confirmed in the faith, as he has been taught (Col 2: 6-7).
The Lord teaches him how to walk with Him, how to honor him and how to join his work.
We are not the first generation of Christians who have tried to take matters into their own hands; Believers throughout history have exhibited the same problem. It is part of fallen human nature to want to keep control and do things on our own. However, when it comes to justice, either for salvation or for life, we must let God do the work.
The Spirit-filled life is a life of faith. It began by faith and is maintained by faith, from beginning to end. What is the faith? Faith is to believe that God will do what he has promised, just as he promised. It is not a power or something that we supposedly have to animate within ourselves.
Rather, faith is trusting that God will honor his promises. That's.
At the beginning of our relationship with Him, we believed that Jesus would redeem us from the punishment of our sins; Now we must trust Him to free ourselves from the servitude to the forces of sin in our lives. We must be sure that He will show us how to live in a way that honors him. We must proceed in our lives by making decisions, handling crises, supporting our families and others, knowing that He will really do what he said he would do. That is what it means to associate with the Spirit.