The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost be with you all. Amen” 2 Cor. 13:14.
This verse lets us know what we can enjoy from God (the love of God), what we can enjoy from Jesus (the grace of Jesus Christ), and what we can enjoy from the Holy Spirit (the communion of the Holy Spirit). God the father already proved His love in sending Jesus Christ to die that we may live. The grace of Jesus Christ, on the other hand, has been poured out on us through His death for us. We now enjoy the grace in fullness (John 1:16-17); there couldn’t be anything better than what He (His grace) already accomplished for us on the cross of Calvary.
However, there’s something that continues: ‘the communion of the Holy Spirit’. This refers to the partnership, communication, or fellowship with the Holy Spirit. It includes talking with the Holy Spirit; yielding to His Lordship and guidance; sharing our thoughts with Him, and receiving His thoughts through the Word.
The kind of relationship we’re to cultivate with the Holy Spirit is one of communion; a sharing together. The Father and the Son are in Heaven, but the Holy Spirit lives in us, fostering this extraordinary communion with Divinity. He’s the One that makes the Presence of the Father and the Presence of Jesus real to you such that wherever you are, you experience the Divine Presence. God doesn’t ‘go’ from you, or ‘come’ to you; you’re in Him, and He’s in you, by the Holy Spirit.
Develop an intimate relationship with Him by communing with Him constantly in prayer, and through meditation on the Word. Consult with Him for answers and direction always. When you face challenges that seems insurmountable, commune with Him, and He’ll show you what to do. No one but He can give you perfect counsel and guidance in life.
When you develop communion with Him, you’ll never walk in darkness, confusion or uncertainty because you are in fellowship with the Holy Spirit. He’s our Light and Guide, He shines our path and show us where to tread. He teaches us all things and counsel us into God’s perfect will. Develop communion with the Holy Spirit!
FURTHER STUDY: John 14:16-17, John 16:13.
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