I believe that God is bringing us to a place where we know that the Spirit of Lord is upon us. If we have not arrived at that place in our lives yet, God wants to bring us to the fact of what Jesus said in John 14:16, I will pray to the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever.
Because the Spirit of the Lord came upon Him, He Who is our Head, we must see to it that we receive the same anointing, and that the same Spirit is upon us. The devil will cause us to lose the victory if we allow ourselves to be defeated by him. But it is a fact that the Spirit of the Lord is upon us, and as for me, I have no message apart from the message He will give, and I believe that the signs He speaks of will follow.
I believe that Jesus was the One set forth from God, for the atonement for the sins of the whole world.
1 John 2:2 2 He himself is the sacrifice that atones for our sins—and not only our sins but the sins of all the world.
We see the manifestation of the Spirit resting upon Him so that His Ministry was with power. May God awaken us to the fact that this is the only place where there is any ministry of power.
The Comforter has come. He has come, and He has come to abide forever.
Are you going to be defeated by the devil?
No, for the Comforter has come so that we may receive and give forth the signs that must follow, so that we may not by any means be deceived by the schemes of the devil.
There's no limit to what we may become if we dwell and live in the Spirit. In the Spirit of prayer, we are taken right away from earth into heaven.
In the Spirit, the Word of God seems to unfold in a wonderful way, and it is only in the Spirit that the love of God is poured out in us.
Romans 5:5 5 And this hope will not lead to disappointment. For we know how dearly God loves us, because he has given us the Holy Spirit to fill our hearts with His love.
After allowing the Spirit of The Lord to come upon you, upon your ministry,
I have but one question for you to answer,
Who is the man who is willing to lay down everything so that he may have Gods all?
Take Time to be Holy!
I'm sure you remember the story of Moses, of how he went up into the mount and tarried about forty days with God, gazing on His extreme glory, and how he caught so much of the glory in his own face that when he came down from the mount, and though he himself did not know it, his face so shone that he had to draw a veil over it to hide the blinding glory of it from his fellow Israelite's.
I once read about a man who put it on record before he died that he counted any day ill-spent that he did not put seven or eight hours into prayer.
When This man died, an old friend of his who had known him from his boyhood said of him, " My friend was a type of Christ." Of course, that was an inaccurate use of language, but what the old Friend meant was, that Jesus Christ had stamped an impression of His character on His dead friend.
When had Jesus Christ done it?
In those seven or eight hours of daily communion with Himself.
I do not suppose that God has called many of us, if any of us, to put seven or eight hours a day into prayer, but I am confident God has called most of us, if not every one of us, to put more time into prayer than we now do. That is one of the great secrets of holiness, and indeed, the only way in which we can become really holy and continue holy.
It takes time to be holy, one cannot be holy in a hurry, and much of the time that it takes to be holy must go into constant prayer.
Some people express surprise that professing Christians today are so little like their Lord, but when I stop to think how little time the average Christian today puts into prayer the thing that astonished me is, not that we are so little like the Lord, but that we are as much like the Lord as we are, when we take so little time for prayer.
So get to glowing my brothers and sisters take time to be Holy!