1 Simple Rule to Experience the Peace of the Holy Spirit

  Most of my life I lived without the awareness of Holy Spirit in me. I understood that God loved me and sent Jesus, but this Holy Spirit thing was a little weird. Though I wanted Him, I didn’t allow myself to open up to all Holy Spirit had to offer. But one day I … Continue reading “1 Simple Rule to Experience the Peace of the Holy Spirit”

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Bite of Bread: 7 Scriptures on the Holy Spirit

  He told them to wait in Jerusalem. “I am going to send you what my Father has promised, but stay in the city until you’ve been clothed with power from on high” (Luke 24: 49). Can you imagine receiving this command? They had watched Him die, and experienced His victory over death. They’ve eaten … Continue reading “Bite of Bread: 7 Scriptures on the Holy Spirit”

How Can We Be Joyful in All Circumstances?

    “If you don’t like the weather, just give it a day or two; it will change.” I’ve heard people from Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Massachusetts say this. I always thought it ironic that those states aren’t anywhere near each other yet that phrase fits all three. Whenever a native would say those words I … Continue reading “How Can We Be Joyful in All Circumstances?”

Bite of Bread: Holy Spirit Power to Love

  The Holy Spirit of God is given to us so that we can become participants in God’s compassion and so reach out to all people at all times with God’s heart.” ~Here and Now, Henry Nouwen Let it soak in. How different would our light shine to the world if our desire for the … Continue reading “Bite of Bread: Holy Spirit Power to Love”

Bite of Bread Weekly Reading Plan: Life Through the Spirit

Something wonderful lives in us. It is life and light, goodness, kindness, and mercy. Power lives within us that strengthens our hope when circumstances drain our strength. It intercedes for us when we can find no words. It ushers peace hushing doubt and worry. All we have to do is believe. In Jesus. We’ve just … Continue reading “Bite of Bread Weekly Reading Plan: Life Through the Spirit”

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