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The Role of the Holy Spirit in the Life of Believers and Christians

As people who have accepted Christ as Lord and Savior, surely we must also invite the Holy Spirit to enter our lives. After the baptism which means to take away from all sins and rise to a new person, the person will experience the second baptism. This baptism is called the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit has a different role from Jesus and the Father. If you want to know the role of the Holy Spirit, then read this article to the end in order to know and apply it. Here are 27 roles of holy spirit in the lives of believers.

    The Holy Spirit is the Comforter Spirit

"But the Comforter, that is the Holy Spirit, who will be sent by the Father in my name, He will teach you all things and will remind you of all that I have told you." (John 14:26). The Holy Spirit is often called the comforting spirit. The Holy Spirit is the person given to His people after Jesus ascended to heaven.

    The Holy Spirit is a Helping Spirit

"I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Helper, so that He will be with you forever." (John 14:16) The Holy Spirit is within us so that the Holy Spirit can always be a helper when we really need it. One time when we experience a state of being pressed, the Holy Spirit is there and gives us the best solution. We can get these solutions through inspiration, God's word, dreams, or others.

    The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Truth

The person of the Holy Spirit is a person full of wisdom and truth. When we don't do something according to God's command, the Holy Spirit inside us will remind us that it is a mistake. If we ignore it, we will accept the consequences later.

    The Holy Spirit is a Soft Spirit
"But if someone blasphemes the Holy Spirit, he does not get forgiveness forever, but is guilty of eternal sin." (Mark 3: 9). As gentle people we should not grieve the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is in our hearts if we invite Him to enter and take over our lives. But if we don't want Him, the Holy Spirit will not force either.

    The Holy Spirit Shapes Human Nature

The Holy Spirit is in our lives to reduce and slowly change the attitude of our actions that are not pleasing in God's eyes. Let's say we were lazy people to read the Bible but because we have received the Holy Spirit in our hearts, every time the Holy Spirit will give an understanding that we should read the Bible. So that he will change and eventually the lazy habit of reading the Bible will disappear.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Gifts

After a person receives the Holy Spirit, gifts will come down from God. This gift is a gift in tongues, interpreting tongues, dreams come true, etc. This gift is given as a key so that we can communicate more closely with the Holy Spirit.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Strength

In addition to the comforting spirit, the Holy Spirit is there to give strength to everyone. Somehow when we experience bad things, there will be feelings that make us strong and strong in dealing with every storm of problems. The Holy Spirit is here to help us and make us stronger even more so that in the following problems we can be stronger.

    The Holy Ghost Gives Direction

He who is in us will continue to give us direction like a leader. These directives can be various kinds. This will be adjusted to what is our current needs. Under the leadership of the Holy Spirit, we can know what to do according to God's will.

    Holy Spirit as a Friend

We should not think that God cannot be our friend. Even with all His power, the Holy Spirit is still willing to listen to all our complaints and our complaints. It may not be answered immediately, but over time there will be events, teachings, dreams or anything that makes us realize that that is the answer from the Holy Spirit.

    The Holy Spirit is a protective spirit

The Holy Spirit as the Protecting Spirit is the proof that the Holy Spirit always reminds us when we are near misfortune or something bad. For example, when we walk, the Holy Spirit reminds us to turn right. At that time we did not understand what it meant. After we obey we will understand that at that time we are being avoided from accidents.

The Holy Ghost Helps Bear the Fruit of Repentance

As it is written in Galatians 5: 22-23 that "But the fruit of the Spirit is: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, kindness, loyalty, gentleness, self-control. There are no laws against those things. " The Holy Spirit within us will help us to produce the fruit of the spirit as written above. Because we live must show the fruits of repentance to all people so that they believe that Jesus is in us.

    The Holy Spirit Fosters Faith of Belief

The Holy Spirit will always help us to awaken or grow our faith in Jesus or the Father. Through the Holy Spirit we have the confidence to return to God as God who can do everything even if it is impossible and does not make sense.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Spirit Thoughts

After we receive the Holy Spirit, our lives are fully in the hands of God. The role of the Holy Spirit is given so that we can think not with human reason but the mind of God. So that each of our decisions can be right and in accordance with what God wants.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Encouragement

The Holy Spirit encourages us to do good in us. When we are hesitant to give kindness to others, the Holy Spirit will give us encouragement so we will do it. The good things that arise in our minds and hearts are the encouragement of the Holy Spirit to do it immediately.

    One Holy Spirit Gives Courage

Often we feel that we are not able to do many things. We feel afraid that what we did was wrong or imperfect. It is the role of the Holy Spirit that will emerge to give each of us courage to do everything.

    The Holy Spirit Helps Pray

Praying is difficult if we do not rely on the Holy Spirit in our lives. The Holy Spirit will help us arrange the words used when praying. All that remains is for us to ask when we pray that the Holy Spirit will work and arrange the words of prayer. Surely we are not aware of our prayers just out of our mouth.

    The Holy Spirit is the Teaching Spirit

The Holy Spirit was poured out by God after Jesus ascended to heaven. The person of the Holy Spirit was poured out with the aim of giving people who did not meet Jesus directly a teaching about the works that God had done. The comforter means that the Holy Spirit gives peace, a sense of calm, coolness when we experience distress in our lives.

    The Holy Spirit Helps Resurrect Humans from Sin

The role of the Holy Spirit on this one will help us to be able to rise from the sins we have committed. Because if we have fallen into sin, to be able to rise and leave sin is a difficult thing for humans to do. Ask the Holy Spirit to help you to get rid of that sin.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Hope

"May God, the source of hope, fill you with all joy and peace in your faith, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you abound in hope." (Romans 15:13) The Holy Spirit has a role as a source of hope for humanity. When there is a problem or we are in despair, the Holy Spirit will give us hope. We are not wrong to hope in Him.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Joy

"Rejoice always in the Lord! Once again I say: Rejoice! " (Philippians 4: 4). God tells us to be happy. Because joy comes from our hearts and is actually given by the Holy Spirit.

    The Holy Spirit Spreads Love in the Heart

"And hope does not disappoint, because God's love has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who has been given to us." (Romans 5: 5). A human being who has been filled with the Holy Spirit, will leave all forms of hatred and apply the love that has been given by the Holy Spirit. The role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers so that the love that is in our hearts will radiate through our attitude towards others.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Divine Facts from God

"Who in the midst of men knows, what is in man apart from the spirit of man himself who is in him? Likewise, no one knows what is in God except the Spirit of God. " (1 Corinthians 2:11) The Holy Spirit knows and knows all of God's secrets. As we associate intimately with the Holy Spirit, these divine facts will be shared with us one by one.

    The Holy Spirit Unites Humans and Father

The Holy Spirit in human beings and a mediator or bridge to the Father. Through the prayers we pray for the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we draw closer to our Father in heaven. Without the Holy Spirit, there is no intermediary between us and the Father.

    The Holy Spirit Forms Humans Have a Person Like Jesus

The condition for this role to occur in our lives is that after receiving the Holy Spirit, we must involve the Holy Spirit in every aspect of our lives. Then the Holy Spirit will direct us like the person of Jesus.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Wisdom and Revelation

The Holy Spirit will one day be present and give some wisdom from every incident that happens in our lives. In addition, the Holy Spirit also gives us revelations about everything so that we understand and can channel it to others.

    The Holy Spirit Gives Freedom

"Because God is a Spirit; and where there is the Spirit of God, there is freedom. " (2 Corinthians 3:17) What is meant by freedom is freedom from sin. The Holy Spirit will deliver us and free us from all attachments to sin.

    The Holy Spirit Strengthens the Human Spirit

"I pray that He, according to the riches of His glory, strengthen and strengthen you by His Spirit in your soul," (Ephesians 3:16) The Holy Spirit is within us to strengthen our souls when shaken. So that we quickly get up and not drag on in sadness.

Have you understood now about the role of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers? All the roles of the Holy Spirit will occur in our lives if we want for the Holy Spirit to completely take over our lives. Then the Holy Spirit will work optimally in our lives. Try and feel the impact!


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