Church of Jesus EM

Sun, Apr 11, 2021

God Will Not Surpass the Holy Spirit

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God Will Not Surpass the Holy Spirit
(Jn3:1-15; Ac2:38)

God is He who lives (Rev10:6).
He lives from the beginning to now and forever and ever.
He reveals His living existence and person (Ps18:25).

Faith is believing that He lives and
The life of this faith is being born of the Spirit (Jn3:7-8) and revealing that He lives, for if not the world would not know.

While a ghost is the person of the dead and the world fears its appearance,
The Holy Ghost is the Spirit of Jesus, the Spirit of God, the person of God (Ac16:7; Rm8:9), whose
Dwelling Christians long for.

God does not surpass the Holy Spirit:
The Scriptures and the prophets were inspired by the Holy Spirit (2Pe1:21);
Yeshua was conceived of the Holy Spirit (Mt1:20); and
God speaks through the Holy Spirit (Jn14:26, 16:13; 1Co2:10).
As the person of God, the Holy Spirit has intelligence (Ac5:3; 2Co2:10),
Emotions (Lk10:21; Rm8:26) and free will (Rm8:27).

The Bible contains the story of God revealing
His mercy, justice, purity (Ps18:25), uprightness (Ps92:15) etc
Many times and in various ways (He1:1), that is,
Through the angels (Ge18:2), Moses (Ex3:2, 3:16-17, 4:1), and the prophets (Jer1:5-9; Am7:15).

Though the sanctuary revealed the majesty of Jehovah, the living God (Ps68:34),
Even through Aaron’s budded staff (Nu17:8),
The people of Israel became corrupted and thus faced destruction (Dt4:26).
Nevertheless, the prophets spoke of the appearance of the One who would
Revive the Lord’s work and reveal His heart (Hab3:2; Mal4:5-6).

Yesua said, “Destroy this temple and I will raise it again in three days,” because
Through the death and the resurrection of the temple of His body (Jn2:19-21),
He would reveal the existence and the person of God who is from the beginning (Jn1:1, 14; He1:1).
After receiving the Holy Spirit (Mt3:16), He showed the Father’s heart and
Had compassion on the crowds of men and taught them many things (Mk6:34),
Healed the sick (Mt14:14), fed the hungry (Mt15:32) and wept with those grieving (Jn11:32-35).
Yet He rebuked the hidden unclean spirits and the Pharisees.

As He died, He said, “It is finished” (Jn19:30), declaring that He:
1) Revealed His person who submits to the Father who lives forever (Jn10:18);
2) Judged the devil the origin of sin (1Jn3:8); and
3) Had compassion on all men and shed His redeeming blood for them (Lk23:34; Eph1:7).

He resurrected and commanded the disciples to receive the Holy Spirit (Jn20:22).
Then He was lifted up and sat on the heavenly throne.

The Holy Spirit came to bless those who have not seen yet believed (Jn20:29; 1Pe1:8).
Invisible like the wind (Jn3:8),
He reveals the existence and the person of Yeshua who lives
Through those born of water and the Spirit (Jn3:3, 5; Eze36:25-27) and
Their changed lives (Ac2:3-4, 32-33; Php3:5-14).

Through the Holy Spirit
Those born of the Spirit confess that Yeshua is Lord and obey Him (1Co12:3),
Know that He is their spiritual Father (Rm8:15-17),
Worship and serve (Php3:3; He9:14) and pray (Jude1:20).

The man of the Spirit is he who
In the past was full of jealousy, envy, violence, perversity, extravagance, pleasure-seeking,
Wicked habits, excessiveness — a selfish man,
But now has tossed everything like rubbish.
He strives to live a life of mercy, compassion, meekness, simplicity, dedication for
Through his changed person and life he wants to reveal and testify that Yeshua lives.
He only thinks of the kingdom of Christ as the Spirit came from there and wants to take him there,
When the Lord appears a second time (Jn14:1-3; He9:28).

O Lord,
Let my family and my relatives
See my changed life and believe that Yeshua lives.
Father, whatever the world may say
It is undeniable that I have the Spirit of Yeshua! Thank You!
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