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Devotion: Work of the Spirit

Learn this lesson: not to trust Christ because you repent, but trust Christ to make you repent; not to come to Christ because you have a broken heart, but to come to Him that He may give you a broken heart; not to come to Him because you are fit to come, but to come to Him because you are unfit to come. Your fitness is your unfitness. Your qualification is your lack of qualification. -- CH Spurgeon

Heart Prep: Read Romans 15:13

  • Being a “believer” is supposed to fill you with ALL joy and peace.  Does this ring true for you this morning?

  • What role does the Holy Spirit play in this?  

  • Would you say you are fully submitted to the will of the Holy Spirit?

Wise leaders should have known that the human heart cannot exist in a vacuum. If Christians are forbidden to enjoy the wine of the Spirit they will turn to the wine of the flesh....Christ died for our hearts and the Holy Spirit wants to come and satisfy them.  -- AW Tozer

Deep Dive: Read 1 Corinthians 6:18-20

  • What does it mean for your body to serve as a temple for the Holy Spirit of God?

  • Paul points out that sexual immorality, in particular, keeps us from being submitted to the Holy Spirit.  Why?

  • The struggle has always been “whose we are”.  Christ has claimed us, but our flesh seeks to serve itself.  Whose are you today?

Breath in me, O Holy Spirit, that my thoughts may all be holy. Act in me, O Holy Spirit, that my work, too, may be holy. Draw my heart, O Holy Spirit, that I love but what is holy. Strengthen me, O HolySpirit, to defend all that is holy. Guard me, then, O Holy Spirit, that I always may be holy. -- Augustine

Application:

  • Are you willing to fully surrender your life to the Holy Spirit today?

  • Take time to pray in submission to His will for your life.

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