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Author Topic: Marvelous Works of the Holy Spirit  (Read 512 times)
Janet Easson Martin
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« on: September 15, 2016, 06:39:20 pm »

Marvelous Works of The Holy Spirit

Nearly all of us as God's children have heard and felt the prompting of the Holy Spirit.  When we listen and follow we are encouraged to find a God-treasure:  an improved relationship, a new friend, an uncanny melding of circumstances for our good.  They all confirm God's stunning power, and increase our hunger in knowing him.  

Sometimes people see an image inspired by God to direct them.  I saw some of this in the interesting film Holy Ghost on Netflix.  It gave me a look into different workings of God's gifts that I am not as familiar with.  And a better understanding that you shouldn't judge by appearances when it comes to God's plans.  It was delightfully eye-opening.  Today, I noticed this little clip from Beth Moore which was a bit similar about responding to a vision prompted by God.  (To see click on the link below)

Seeing the different ways believers are using God's gifts to touch people's lives is so thrilling.  It seems if it is truly the Holy Spirit working through them there is always a strong presence of God's love.

Beth Moore Shares Vision God Gave

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