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The Purpose Of The Holy Spirit - Pastor Matt Hagee

by Hagee Ministries

Acts is the first book in the Bible that describes and shares the arrival of the Holy Spirit.

The above video, is part 1, parts 2 & 3 follow below of a conversation held by Pastor Matt Hagee…

What is the purpose of the Holy Spirit in the life of a Believer?

The book of Acts tells us about the purpose of the Holy Spirit in our lives.

The Holy Spirit comes to unite us.

Often, we attempt to get the Lord to do our will instead of following his lead.

But the Word tells us that what God promises, He will provide for us in his time and under his authority, not ours.

The Holy Spirit gives us the power to do what God has called us to do until He returns.

Part 2

The fruit of the Spirit, described in Galatians, includes qualities like

  • love

  • joy

  • peace

  • patience

  • kindness

  • goodness

  • faithfulness

  • gentleness, and

  • self-control.

These qualities are evidence of the Holy Spirit's presence and should be cultivated in one's life.

The gifts of the Spirit, mentioned in 1 Corinthians 12, are freely given and include abilities such as

  • wisdom

  • knowledge

  • faith

  • healing

  • miracles

  • prophecy

  • discernment

  • speaking in tongues, and

  • interpretation of tongues

Possessing the fruit of the Spirit is vital for using and sharing the gifts effectively.

Ultimately, the Holy Spirit empowers believers to be Christ's witnesses and bear spiritual fruit.

Part 3

There is immense power that believers possess through the Holy Spirit, who raised Jesus from the dead and now dwells within us.

This divine power equips Christians not only for witnessing but also for serving others selflessly, beyond human nature.

True faith is evidenced by the Spirit's witness within us, fostering an intimate relationship with God as our loving Father.

Embrace and seek more of the Holy Spirit daily, using His power to shine brightly in a world filled with challenges.