The Holy Spirit

Submitted by chibueze on Mon, 03/20/2017 - 16:57

image of doveJesus says, “25These things have I spoken to you, being yet present with you. 26But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatever I have said to you” (John 14:25-26 AKJV2011).

The Holy Spirit (aka the Holy Ghost)

In the passage (captioned above), we learn that Jesus is with his disciples. He was explaining how he would continue to communicate with, and teach, them when he is no longer present with them. He said that they can expect the Holy Spirit to teach them everything, and to remind them of the words spoken by Jesus. In a way, Jesus was preparing them for when he would no longer be physically present with them. And, he was actually saying he’d be present, not physically, but by the presence of the Holy Spirit.

No Need for Any Man to Teach Me

The Holy Spirit takes a different form as the same power of God, but manifested on the inside of the person whom Jesus decides to anoint. The anointing is the Holy Spirit but individually to address the individual needs of the person whom Christ has anointed. The power of the anointing makes it so the anointing becomes “a built-in professor” who teaches the person with the anointing. And the person with “the anointing” does not need any man to teach them because the anointing teaches them about all things.

The Holy Bible

Even though we can physically see people, the Spirit of Christ leads us to walk by faith, and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). For example, when we are in a bible-study and have a bible-study teacher, we have to learn to see the Holy Spirit imparting the knowledge, and not the bible-study teacher. When we are reading the bible, we have to learn to see the Holy Spirit imparting knowledge and the anointing as imparting knowledge about the meaning of all things. The Holy Bible is the written testimony of the Holy Spirit.

Conclusion

The call of Christ is to “walk by faith, and not by sight”. I’m sharing my testimony with you about what I’ve seen concerning the Holy Spirit on the outside, and the anointing on the inside. Perhaps you will consider what I say here, and if you get enriched, enlightenment, or increased knowledge, it’s not me but the Holy Spirit. That’s because the Holy Spirit imparts knowledge on all things, and the anointing imparts knowledge about all things. If Christ has given you the anointing, then you no longer need any person to teach you because the anointing is imparting knowledge about everything in life to you.