Our guest speaker today brings an interesting perspective. If they say you're a door, or you're a signpost, as will be discussed this session, I think everyone understands that you're not, really. These are just examples, metaphors. But what about a temple? That's real, and that has power. Power to change you. Power to change others. Your life is completely and irrevocably changed when the power of the Living God, the person of the Holy Spirit, because of Jesus Himself, has taken control of you.
Snap's rap tune "I've Got The Power". That's what the world admires and desires. Wrong direction. You've got the real power, and your job is to give it away... for free. Peter in Acts.
When Adam was first made by God, his body was not alive. Funny... never really thought of it that way. He was in a sense dead, at least until the Spirit of God moved on and in him, "breathed" on him, and suddenly Adam had life.
Once again, practicing the rituals of a particular religion is not what gives your spirit life. Even at the group level, if it's comprised of nothing more than a collection of spiritually dead people who just attend periodic rituals we call church, you've got a dead church.
We're looking for life both on the individual and corporate level. Now you've got something.
Not by what you see or by what people whisper in your ear. That's the way most people's lives are driven. We're still on the subject of the Holy Spirit. Let's listen.
I think we're all pretty familiar with Stevie Wonder's old song of the above title. The sad thing is that I suspect Mr. Wonder sings that song with more passion and meaning than the passion we exhibit when considering the absolute wonder of the Holy Spirit and what He's been doing for us our entire lives. He's sealed us for redemption, promises to protect us for final delivery on the last day, and teaches & comforts us all the days in between. And what do we do in response? It's a very dangerous thing to ignore Him, and considering the times in which we live, very possibly the last days, we'd better get serious.
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