The Holy Spirit is Not Limited by Space & Time (Noon)
Isaiah 40:18 To whom then will you liken God? Or what likeness will you compare to Him?
Melody was attending a crusade service at her church. She told her sister who lived in another town about the service. She asked her to call her during the prayer session that she and her husband could join in praying. At that time, cellphones were only able to be used for calls and messages. What Melody did was calling her sister and putting her cell phone next to her seat so that her sister could listen to the service. Even though Melody and her sister were not at the same place, both felt being in the same realm, same touch, and visit. Melody’s sister felt the power flowing even though only by telephone. The Holy Spirit can work in different places at the same time.
Yes, the Holy Spirit is limitless. Nothing can limit His power. The Holy Spirit can work wonderfully anywhere and anytime. When we join Sunday Service, David’s Tent, or Morning Prayer, we can feel the visitation of the Holy Spirit even though we are not in the same place. Holy Spirit is ALMIGHTY and He cannot be limited by space and time.
Nothing and no one can do the same as God does. We still have limitations. No matter how hard we try, we can’t be in 2 places at once. However, the Holy Spirit can be present anywhere at the same time. Therefore, we do not need to feel afraid of being alone or being lonely. He who is not limited by space and time is always with us who believe and love Him. And with the Holy Spirit, nothing we can’t achieve and do.
The Holy Spirit is NOT LIMITED by time and space, because He is ALMIGHTY.
1. Have you experienced the Holy Spirit who is not limited by time and space? What kind of experience is that?
2. What made you realize that the Holy Spirit is almighty?
3. What will you do after knowing that the Holy Spirit is not limited by space and time?
“Jesus, we believe the Holy Spirit is limitless. You cannot be limited by time and space. You will always work with us. In the name of the Lord Jesus, we pray. Amen.”