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HOLY SPIRIT IN AND ON

While in worship in my secret place, there came a moment when I found myself in HIS secret place. He gave(download?)this illustration concerning my understanding of Holy Spirit and how He "sevens" us. When Holy Spirit comes IN you, the following seven follows; #1. He remains. #2. For worship. #3. He fills on the inside. #4. cannot be lost. #5. Eternal. #6. Operates by your will. #7. Available after Pentecost... When Holy Spirit comes ON(upon)you, #1. He comes & goes #2. For work. #3. He fills to overflowing. #4. Can be lost. #5. Temporal(not eternal). #6. Operates by HIS will. #7. Available before & after Pentecost. There are two(2) parts to Holy Spirit's ministry, One that is IN you, abiding within you, never leaving you. 2Corinthians{NKJ} 1:21-22 reads "NOW HE WHO ESTABLISHES US WITH YOU "IN" CHRIST AND HAS ANOINTED US IS GOD, WHO HAS SEALED US AND GIVEN US THE HOLY SPIRIT IN OUR HEARTS AS A *GUARANTEE." *This word is Greek "arrabon" {Strong's #728} means pledge or deposit. Holy Spirit gives us a taste of future joys and bliss in heaven...NOW! The second part of Holy Spirit ministry is ON{upon}you, To do HIS will. It is a will above your will, not in contradiction, but above your will. When He comes on you, get in the wave and ride it, Go where He leads. It is a temporary energizing, not an abiding within you, thing! It is usually to produce a manifestation of the spirit, which comes to pass out of the supernatural into the natural realm. Examples are signs, wonders, miracles, sparing of one's life in Singapore, healing someone at walmart, Holy Spirit chooses you to come on for work through you for His will, plan & purpose! Acts 1:8{Passion} says Through Jesus,"But I promise you this, the Holy Spirit will come upon you and you will be filled with power, and you will be my messengers to Jerusalem, throughout Judea, the distant provinces, even to the remotest places on earth!" May your walk come into balance as you ponder on these two parts of Holy Spirit ministry. Allow Him to breathe on it and bring into life what is needed.

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