The Omnipresent Spirit (Evening)


Psalm 139:7-8 7 Where can I go from Your Spirit? Or where can I flee from Your presence? 8 If I ascend into heaven, You are there; If I make my bed in hell, behold, You are there.

A little girl was suffering from a very rare disease. That night, doctors had to operate on her, even though there was only little hope of recovery and survival. When taken to the operating room, the girl asked the doctor to pray before the operation began. The doctor gave her permission. The little girl folded her arms and prayed, “Jesus, you are a good shepherd. Bless Your little lamb tonight, in the dark, You are here with me. Protect me and also bless the doctor who will operate on me. ” After closing her prayer, the little girl said, “Now I’m ready, doctor.”

The doctor was so moved, before starting to operate, the doctor prayed, “Dear God, please help me to save this little girl. ” Then the operation started. The hand of God worked that night, the operation went very smoothly and a miracle of healing happened to the little girl who had great faith.

The Holy Spirit is omnipresent. He is everywhere. David, the psalmist said, wherever he went, he could not run away from the presence of the Holy Spirit. Even into the realm of the dead, the Holy Spirit can find him. This spirit was sent by the Father to the world after Jesus ascended to heaven. The limitless Holy Spirit. He is present at church, but also present in each of us at the same time. The Holy Spirit is in our cell group, our families, working room, as well as examination rooms and operating rooms. The Holy Spirit is present when we are working on projects and meeting clients, or when we are facing school exams. Therefore, we must always maintain our holiness and not to grieve Him. Because the Holy Spirit is always present in every second of our lives. When the Holy Spirit is pleased, He will be happy to work wonderfully and without limits in our lives.




1. Have you realized that the Holy Spirit is omnipresent?
2. How do you realize?
3. Since the Holy Spirit is omnipresent, what are you going to do with your life?


“Jesus, thank you for Your Spirit who is always with us. We can feel Your presence wherever we are. Help us, Lord, to always please the Holy Spirit’s heart. Sanctify and purify our hearts. Thank you, Lord. In the name of the Lord Jesus, we pray. Amen.”