Holy Spirits Grace

Love is the soul’s light.


In the Holy Bible King James (2020), 2 Corinthians 13:14, “may the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all,” reveals we can have fellowship with the Holy Spirt, the illumined administrator of God’s blessings in the world. He is a friend with a mind, will, feelings, and emotions.

Experiencing and knowing the living God is expressed in Matthew 7:7, “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find, knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” Yet, a living demonstration and relationship must be established, nurtured, and cultivated. Further in Mathew 7:22-23, “Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? And in thy name have cast out devils? And in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.”

Although we walk alone, a partnership (relationship) with Jesus through the Holy Spirit is essential in how we take care of ourselves and others. The Holy Spirit is given to enable them to be witnesses of Jesus. In John 4:24, God is a Spirit; and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.“

Minister Derek Prince says, “My soul finds rest in God alone; He is my fortress; I shall never be shaken. My salvation comes from Him alone. He alone is my rock and my salvation. Find rest in my soul in God alone, my hope comes from Him alone”(You Tube, 2022).

Genuine Recovery

It is important that man (woman) come to a place in our experience (lives) where we use and depend on that word “alone.” When we say it, it becomes true in our experience, that God is our rock, fortress, hope, and the source of my salvation alone. In partnership (communion) with the Holy Spirit we gain enlightenment in the “still small voice,” and able to serve God because we are animated by the Holy Spirit (Kleinig, 2017).

The Holy Spirit can be likened to a dove, who is gentle, kind, and flees when angered or scared. He must be praised with kindness, gratitude, and love.

According to Kleinig, “Our spiritual ascent into heaven takes place in three stages that are marked by three different kinds of praise (Psalm, 100:4). These three stages correspond with the three main divisions of the tabernacle and temple in the Old Testament: the outer court with its gates for thanksgiving, the inner court with the altar for the offering of praise, and the Holy of Holies with its throne for the worship of God, the adoration of him. God’s people enter the gates of the outer courtyard with songs of thanksgiving for what God has done”(p. 21-22).

When we are spiritually awake, the glory of God’s kingdom is seen in the ordinary. Each day a new revelation is revealed to an organ of sight which hitherto were unaware. Our relationship is not found but experienced.

The word brings to life the animating principle of the Spirit within and is manifested in all forms of expression. When I revere in (silence) humility the awesome power and glory of God and recognize that he placed the Holy Spirit to help in all situations, my stress, anxiety, and burdens are lifted.

My role is to serve Him in a daily mission to be the best of my ability, knowing that He is shaping my character for his fulfillment.

The Holy Spirit is counselor, helper, and friend, always offering grace when humbly asked.


Prince, D. (2022). In God alone | Part 65 | Derek Prince devotions [Video]. You Tube. https://youtu.be/kLHHfwuw-mE

King James Bible. (2020). King James Bible Online. https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/ (Original work published 1769)

Kleinig, J. W. (2017). The role of the Holy Spirit in the divine service: a Lutheran response to charismatic worship. Logia, 26(3), 21–26. https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=rfh&AN=ATLAn4217925&site=ehost-live&scope=site&custid=s8333196&groupid=main&profile=ehost

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