Do Not Grieve The Holy Spirit (Morning)
Isaiah 42:19-20 19 Who is blind but My servant, Or deaf as My messenger whom I send? Who is blind as he who is perfect, And blind as the LORD’s servant? 20 Seeing many things, but you do not observe; Opening the ears, but he does not hear.”
Exactly when Judas Iscariot abandoned all hope and broke Holy Spirit’s heart, it’s all over. Judas followed Jesus and Jesus loves him. He was chosen as one of the twelve disciples. But greed overtook it all. Because of mere 30 pieces of silver, Judas kissed Jesus his mentor and savior, and betrayed Him. At the same time Judas took the money, peace left his heart. His mind and heart were overwhelmed with anger, guilt, and restlessness. When he committed suicide, his part of this tale was finally over. No salvation for those who take their own lives.
Holy Spirit would refuse those ignoring His words, guidance, and lead. That means, His works cannot be manifested if we grieve Him. This transgression is so severe it could devastate our lives both spiritually and physically. When Holy Spirit leaves us behind, the devil would happily feast upon our devastated souls. It will intimidate, and lead your restless souls into eternal damnation and darkness.
We are not talking about homicide, fraud, sexual indulgence, but when we turn our back from Holy Spirit. When you consciously aware of your misbehave and ignore Him. Right here and there, it’s time to listen to His words more. Please and satisfy Him, follow His lead because He wants nothing more than the best for our future.
If someone DOESN’T LISTEN TO or pay close attention to His words, it would GRIEVE the Holy Spirit.
1. What things have you done that grieve the Holy Spirit?
2. In your opinion, what will likely be happening if somehow we managed to grieve Him?
3. What will you do to avoid grieving His heart?
“O Holy Spirit, we are deeply thankful because You always be there for us. We believe, with You at our side, nothing is impossible. Help us to see things clearly and able to see Your works even clearer. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”
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