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Growing up in the Holy Spirit

Growing up with the Holy Spirit 

"Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I would not have you ignorant" 1 Corinthians 12:1.

Believers who grow up surrounded and interwoven with the Holy Ghost have their lives also increase for the better.

The Holy Spirit does not come in our lives only to entertain us, folks. He comes for our betterment, we have this treasure, that through us the excellency of the power of God may be revealed.

He equips us, he gives us the skills necessary for us to profit from the word of God, and to understand of how it works too, rather than solely possessing knowledge. Holy Ghost literacy is a requirement for the believer, it’s a necessity for you in today’s age. 

Some Christians, especially pentecostals, and spiritualists are voracious talkers of the Holy Spirit, but they lack the programming skills, their lives are empty. He came that your life, your faith should improve.  "Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I would not have you ignorant." As a believer, learn to walk in the Spirit, and to harness his power also,  so you should know how to provide and develop solutions. My prayer for you today is that you become Holy Ghost saturated, beginning now!

One good thing about the Holy Ghost is, he’s the selfsame Spirit, "given to every man to profit withal" 1 Corinthians 12:7.

God bless, 
Laurence 
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