Rely on the Power of The Holy Spirit

As you are inundated with the details of everyday living, the Holy Spirit will guide you. He will give you that extra on-the-spot sense of discernment you need to make both big and small decisions.

Jesus doesn't promise that the Holy Spirit will control us. He says He will guide us. You still need to yield your life completely to Him. He is happy to help you.

In Zechariah 4:6 (NIV) God says, " 'Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,' says the LORD Almighty."

God never intends that we live our lives by our own perceptions, resolve, perseverance and power. Then we, living in the kingdom of self, would take credit for our accomplishments. Jesus and the Spirit always intend that we live in the Kingdom of God, relying on the power of the Holy Spirit, and so giving God the glory and credit for our accomplishments. We are not expected to live a Divine life by Human good will and power. We can live a Divine Life only with Divine Power, the power provided by the Holy Spirit.


Part of our DNA as Christians is this thing called empowerment. God’s Holy Spirit is empowering us and energising our spiritual lives, and is making a kind of growth possible that we cannot achieve or sustain ourselves.

When you surrender to the control of God's Spirit, you'll find Him producing amazing things in you--things that are entirely of His doing.

Let us not be shortsighted at this point. Just as we can do nothing without the aid of God the Father and the Son, we can do nothing without the assistance of the Holy Spirit! Without Him, even our best efforts will prove unprofitable. "It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing" (Jn 6:63a).

God’s way is the way of the Holy Spirit. May we ever be found seeking to allow Him to rule the affairs of our hearts and lives – and may we always endeavour to allow Him to have His mighty way in us as we seek to do His will!

To follow the Holy Spirit you need to pay attention to and meditate on the things of the Holy Spirit.

You shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you." (Acts 1:8)