07 Apr 2022: TWO WAYS TO KNOW WHAT IS AVAILABLE – John 16:7-13; Romans 10:17-21

You must master two basic things: how to live by faith and how to be led by the Holy Spirit. God gave you a Bible which is His word and then gave you the Holy Spirit. He also gave you anointed men to teach and explain to you, through the Holy Spirit, how to enjoy what He has provided through the Bible and the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit and the Bible will bring what God has provided to your knowledge. Those are the two ways you are going to find out what God has for you and what is available. So, you will never know what is available for you if you don’t read the Bible and you don’t have the communications of the Holy Spirit.

In John 16:7-13, Jesus told His disciples that He will send another Comforter like Himself Who will guide them into all truth, and the Holy Ghost has come since then. However, in Acts 19, years after the Holy Ghost had come, there was a group of believers in Ephesus that didn’t know the Holy Ghost had come. Nobody had told them, they didn’t have a revelation of it, and there was no written Bible then. Paul got there and asked, “Have you received the Holy Ghost since you believed?” They said they had never heard of anything called the Holy Ghost. That does not mean the Holy Ghost was not there but ignorance was keeping them from Him. Howbeit, these believers were able to receive the Holy Ghost after Paul told them about Him.

The Holy Ghost comes through prophecy, revelation, and other different ways, but you have to read the Bible to get what is available. The Bible is in different languages, so, if you don’t understand a particular language, you can get another one that you understand. You are to read the Bible yourself and find out what is there. Know that any provision of the promise of God in the Bible is available for you to receive.

PRAYER: Lord, thank You for the provisions available in the Holy Spirit and the Scriptures for me. I receive the wisdom and power to walk in the provided blessings in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Deuteronomy 31:1-32:27; Luke 12:8-34; Psalm 78:32-55; Proverbs 12:21-23

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