“but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit and His power [by attributing the miracles done by Me to Satan] never has forgiveness, but is guilty of an everlasting sin [a sin which is unforgivable in this present age as well as in the age to come]” – Mark 3:29
My most recent experience with the Holy Spirit was this past weekend. I’ve had difficulty putting most of it in words, but I know when I try, I’m met with backlash. Most people outside our lives don’t understand the movement of the Spirit because those experiences are deeply personal and often, hard to describe.
I wish everyone could experience the Spirit the way I was able to in those moments. It’s completely overwhelming, because in those moments the presence of the Lord is felt. It’s real. It’s tangible. It’s powerful.
It’s not a random encounter left to chance. There are no coincidences with the Lord and how He works and I know beyond a shadow of doubt, He is real. Most of the time when other people aren’t a part of an experience or have never encountered the Spirit, they’ll make others feel bad for theirs. Worse, they’ll call the experience a distraction or work by the enemy.
We should never deny the power of the Holy Spirit in our life because of someone else’s lack of understanding.
Have you experienced the Holy Spirit’s power lately? Tell me about it.