Be Limitless by Being Filled with the Holy Spirit (Sunday)
Acts 1:8 But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”
Last week, we have heard that God’s rhema and God’s promise for 2021 are The Year of The Holy Spirit. But hearing is not enough, the most important thing is that faith must begin to emerge in our hearts. Faith comes by hearing the words of Christ. Perhaps many of us have heard God’s Word last week, and our faith began to rise. Or maybe some of us have experienced the visitation of the Holy Spirit and experienced the fullness of the Holy Spirit. But for you who haven’t experienced anything, try listening and meditating on the sermon of the last week until your faith rises, dominates, and can’t be shaken by anything. And we will see that this is the Year of the Holy Spirit!
The Holy Spirit is the limitless God. That is why if we continue to walk with the Holy Spirit, our lives can’t remain the same, small, and limited. From today our life will be limitless! Unlimited! Our vision will be enlarged, and this year, God will do great things without limits in our lives!
Join the second session of the January 2021 sermon series “THE YEAR OF THE HOLY SPIRIT” entitled “LIMITLESS”. Join our Online Service at www.gbika.org/live Share this link with as many of your relatives, acquaintances, or family as possible so that many people can also be blessed.
Experience the FULFILLMENT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT which will make us LIMITLESS.
1. In your opinion, what can the limitless Holy Spirit do?
2. How can the Holy Spirit make us limitless?
3. What commitment will you take so that you will be filled with the Holy Spirit and become limitless?
“Holy Spirit, we want to open our hearts for You. Our souls are hungry and thirsty for You. Let us continue to be filled with You all the time so that we are transformed into limitless people, and our lives can glorify Your name. Thank you, God. In the name of the Lord Jesus, we pray. Amen.”