Weekend Inspiration

self-control

There is a chorus which goes something like this, ‘Its The Holy Ghost on fire and it is keeping me alive.

That does not mean a fire, is keeping our body alive, it means keeping our spirit alive, in our relationship with God, in our commitment to Him, and in our witness for Him.

We just don’t say a salvation message, and become a Christian and that is all we need to do, that is the greatest step, but it is the start of a journey, where we walk in fellowship with God {The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit}.

It is through The Holy Spirit, The Third Person of The Trinity, through whom God acts, reveals His will. empowers individuals, and discloses His personal presence.

Acts 2 Is about Pentecost;

V3: “And tongues, like flames of fire that were divided, appeared to them and rested on each of them”. V4: “Then they were filled with The Holy Spirit”.

Filled and things began to happen, The Holy Spirit Power was in their lives, they were to never be the same again. A poem which we have used before, called ‘The Burning Within’, is a fitting way to summarize, The Holy Spirit work in our lives to bring us to, what we need to let Him do in our lives.

The fire that God gives to your life through His Son Jesus Christ let it burn.

Burning away what shouldn’t be there.

Burning and making a radiant glare.

To testify to what God has given.

The fire that God gives to your life, that you might have life everlasting, let it burn.

Burning away the hatred and sin.

Burning that makes a new life begin.

To testify to what God has given.

The fire that God gives to your life by His Spirit, let it burn.

Burning away your corrupted desire.

Burning away that sets your worship on fire.

To testify to what God has given.

The fire that God gives, that you may have the fullness in living, let it burn.

Burning away all slothfulness and complaining.

Burning that makes you more eager for learning.

To testify to what God has given.

The fire that God gives, that you might share a burden for others, let it burn.

Burning away all jealousy and misgiving.

Burning from with from the center of your being.

To testify what God has given.

Let it burn.

God Bless.

O F J.

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