What To Do The Holy Spirit Won’t Depart from Us (Morning)
Psalm 51:11 Do not cast me away from Your presence, And do not take Your Holy Spirit from me.
For today we are going to have a scientific experiment. You will need two pinches of finely ground black pepper. Two medium-sized bowls with water and a dash of oil, any oil will do. You will need to evenly distribute the finely ground black pepper into the first bowl filled with water. Then gently lower your finger and let it submerged for a couple of seconds. Then lift it. If you did it well, your finger would be covered in finely ground black pepper and water.
Then use another finger and cover it with oil. After that, put your oiled finger into another bowl filled with water and ground black pepper. Let it sinks for a second. If you did it right, the pepper would be repelled. It won’t touch your oiled finger. Instead, it would spread further away from it.
What’s the point then? The answer lies in Isaiah 59:2 But your sinful acts have alienated you from your God; your sins have caused him to reject you and not listen to your prayers. As the oil repels the water away so do sins due to holiness and Holy Spirit. As something holy cannot be integrated into something corrupt or tainted. If we do not keep our lives pure and clean Holy Spirit could no longer reside in our lives and then leaves us away as an empty husk. You don’t want to let that happen, do you? From now on, integrate our lives with Him do not let this world separates us away from His grace and blessings.
Live in the HOLINESS and the Holy Spirit WON’T DEPART from us.
1. Have you kept yourself pure and holy? Why do you so?
2. In your opinion, why keeping ourselves pure and holy is important?
3. Tell us your commitments, to apply today’s rhema in your daily life.
“Jesus Christ our LORD, as mortals we know our limitations and restrictions. We are also fully aware of our sinful nature. We need Your Holy Spirit, Your guidance. Enable us to keep up with You and Your standard of holiness. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”
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