Having a faithful friend is one of God’s greatest blessings. No matter what’s going on in your life, you can count on that person to stick with you. However, there is no guarantee that you won’t lose that friend. Unavoidable circumstances like relocation, illness, or death may take your companion away, but if you are a Christian, you have a friend who will never leave you.
He’s the Holy Spirit, whom Jesus called the Helper. He’s no fair-weather friend, slipping in and out of our lives when it’s to His advantage. When He takes up residence within us, He comes to stay forever (John 14:16).
In most human relationships, we try to avoid the use of sweeping negative or positive statements such as, “You are always late,” or “You are always there for me.” However, such superlative declarations are completely fitting when applied to the Holy Spirit. Listen to how the Lord Jesus described Him:
“He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I said to you” (John 14:26). “He will testify about Me” (John 15:26). “He will guide you into all the truth” (John 16:13). “All things that the Father has are Mine; therefore I said that He takes of Mine and will disclose it to you” (John 16:15).
Throughout the New Testament epistles, we find even more descriptions of this marvelous companion. His ministry in our lives is varied, and His accomplishments in and through us are many. How wealthy we are to have the Holy Spirit. He is a friend who truly sticks closer than a brother!
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149317111 hours ago
Jesus will save you from evil! Say "Amen" if you trust Him!🙏
186345 hours ago
Take the joys of today into the rest of your week. This is not something we should celebrate on Easter only, this should be our life long celebration. HE IS RISEN!
He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where he lay.
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Yesterday Scarlett was sitting next to me reading one of her library books. After a little while I noticed that what she was saying wasn’t part of the book. I glanced over at her and her head was bowed down, hands clasped together and eyes half way closed. I heard, “Thank you Jesus for keeping my Daddy safe in the car wreck...thank you for my Daddy not getting hurt!” And she repeated this a few times in a row. It immediately brought tears to my eyes. I pray often with her. I’ve been teaching her the importance of having a grateful heart, and to express gratitude to God for our blessings instead of asking for things. It filled my heart with so much happiness to see her praying on her own, and thanking our Heavenly Father. It was really encouraging for me as a mother to see this, and it was also a great reminder that little eyes and little ears see and hear everything we do and say. I love my sweet girl so much. I pray she continues to have a grateful heart, no matter what life brings. And I hope that as she grows up she will continue to use prayer in her daily life to strengthen her relationship with God. Just thought I’d share this special moment. 🥰 (Pic is from end of December) #scarlettbelle#2yearsold#pray#whenwepray#powerofprayer#grateful#gratefulheart#gratitude#thankyoujesus#sweetgirl
204 hours ago
This is real life. Life is messy, parenting is hard, and screen time isn’t always limited.🤣🤷🏼♀️ .
This picture may not be perfectly created. It’s a little messy and pretty fuzzy, but it’s quickly becoming one of my favorites because it’s us. 💗
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