A Precious Promise: The Outpouring of God’s Spirit
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The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit

Instead of being worked by the Holy Spirit, many, even among those engaged in the solemn work of God, are barring the way against its holy, life-giving influences. They freely criticize and judge their brethren, and yet they do not realize the necessity of earnestly looking into the divine mirror to see what spirit they themselves are manifesting. Their defects of character they regard as virtues, and cling to them….


“…when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord”


 (Acts 3:19)


How Can We Be Filled with the Holy Spirit?

Let there be a work of reformation and repentance. Let all seek for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. As with the disciples after the ascension of Christ, it may require several days of earnestly seeking God and putting away of sin.


Hope, Joy, Love, and Being Filled with the Holy Spirit

When God’s people are worked by the Holy Spirit, they will manifest a zeal that is according to knowledge…. They will reflect the light that God has been giving for years. The spirit of criticism will be put away. Filled with the spirit of humility, they will be of one mind, united with one another and with Christ.

When a man is filled with the Spirit, the more severely he is tested and tried, the more clearly he proves that he is a representative of Christ. The peace that dwells in the soul is seen on the countenance. The words and actions express the love of the Saviour. There is no striving for the highest place. Self is renounced. The name of Jesus is written on all that is said and done.


Pour the Word into Your Mind and Heart

When the truth in its simplicity is lived in every place, then God will work through His angels as He worked on the day of Pentecost, and hearts will be changed so decidedly that there will be a manifestation of the influence of genuine truth, as is represented in the descent of the Holy Spirit.

God’s Promise in Isaiah 44:1–5

Isaiah 44:1–5 is a promise which ought to fill us with hope and with the Holy Spirit.

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  1. God lives in the Laws of Nature , there is no word for the Holy Spirit in the Aramaic language of the Old or New Testament the astute men of the early Church put that in place of rukha d’ khooba which means receive the good blessings. God gave you good blessings, man who fell from heaven and created gods gave Holy Spirit, you are worshipping men that translated the word multiple times since 325 AD. I worship God not man, I am His son.

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