Another Helper for You!

Jesus sent us another helper. Just like him. The Holy Spirit.

+ He is the one who makes God’s presence and love real in our lives.

+ He is the one called alongside to help. That is what his name parakletos (in Greek) means.

+ He is the one who not only authored the Scriptures … Read the rest

Encouraged by the Holy Spirit

All of us get discouraged from time to time. Many godly men and women have pointed out that discouragement is the key weapon that Satan uses against believers. But we can cheer up because God has sent the Holy Spirit to dwell in us and encourage us (see Acts 9:31).

#1. The Holy Spirit encourages Read the rest

I Will Pour Out My Spirit

Ever since Jesus rose from the dead and ascended to heaven, the Spirit of God has been poured out in big measure on his people. Prophet Joel predicted it (Joel 2:28—32); and Peter on the Day of Pentecost confirmed that the pouring out of the Holy Spirit began that day (Acts 2:16—21).

It was the

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6. The Promise

In Old Testament times the Holy Spirit came upon Judges, Priests, Prophets and Kings to enable them to perform what God had called them to do. In other words the indwelling of the Spirit of God was reserved for special people.

Then, there came a time when Israel ceased to be a nation and no … Read the rest

5. A New Relationship

Think about this: Who else in this world dares to call God “Father” except Christians? No one else!

How has this been made possible? One, it is the right given to those who believe in Jesus to be called children of God (John 1:12, 1 John 3:1). But that is only the first half of … Read the rest

3. Our Helper in Prayer

You go to meet the CEO of a big Multinational Corporation. You are to present before him an ambitious project of yours. You meet his secretary first. You brief her about your project and seeks her assistance in fixing up an appointment with the boss.

As you are inside his office you start explaining. But … Read the rest

2. Our Teacher

Jesus taught much during His lifetime. Even then the disciples had difficulty understanding all He said. When Jesus left this earth, He told His disciples that He had much more to say.

But the problem was that the disciples were not capable of receiving them then: “I have much more to say to you, more … Read the rest

Meet the Holy Spirit


The Bible does not introduce God. Instead it begins with God. Probably it is a human tendency to introduce everybody properly.

God, on the other hand, needs no introduction. Instead, the Bible begins with the focus on His active involvement in creation. And in the second verse, we read: “And the Spirit of God … Read the rest

The Holy Spirit @ Christmas Time

We cannot forget the Spirit of God during Christmas. Without the Spirit of God no Christmas is possible!

Usually we tend to celebrate all the lesser things during Christmas. While we forget to adore the loving Holy Spirit, gently yet full of power working the will of God and bringing it to fruition during the

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