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Clothed With Power

Author: UEC Team
Date: June 21, 2017

Bible Meditation

[ecko_quote source=" Luke 24:-49"]"Behold, I send the Promise of My Father upon you; but tarry in the city of Jerusalem until you are endued with power from on high"[/ecko_quote]

Devotional Thought

The power of the Holy Spirit is the dynamic, supernatural control and authority of Almighty. It is the strength by which we are enabled to serve and obey the Lord. Tragically, too many of God’s people attempt to carry out supernatural work in their own human strength.

The Spirit of God indwells all believers. But there is a considerable distinction between having the Holy Spirit within us and the Holy Spirit releasing His power in our life. Consider the difference between a sedan and a race car. Both vehicles run, but what is under the hood of the race car makes it far more powerful than the sedan. When God’s Spirit enables you, your performance will be like that of a race car.

We often think that the power of the Holy Spirit is available only to Pastors and Missionaries. However, the truth is that this power is offered to every person who is willing to serve God and meet the requirements given in Scripture. First, we must be convicted of our inadequacy. This means acknowledging we cannot work for God without the aid of His Spirit.

Next, recognising and admitting our inadequacy grows out of a pure life. Confessing sin and repenting are necessary to maintain fellowship with God. When we allow deliberate sin to enter our life, we short-circuit the power of the Holy Spirit.

Finally, every person who appropriates divine energy has an active prayer life.

When we trust in God to provide the stamina for the work He calls us to do, we are clothed in power. Is your confidence in yourself or in Him?


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