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Holy Ghost Give Us Power

Acts 1:8, says, that we are supposed to have POWER, after the HOLY GHOST comes to us. Do you experience this in your own lives?

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Yes, I did a great deal of ministry work before the baptizm of the Holy Spirit but once it happened to me it gave me a whole new boldness and faith to excercise the gifts. I wouldn't go back to my old ways for anything.
---john on 10/26/08


Have you thought about a deliverance before you commit the unpardonable sin?
---Michelle on 11/12/07


yes, i have felt the HG come to me before. Only to give me false hope for the things that will never come to pass. thank god for the HG, otherwise I would have never known that god was a liar !!!
---pato on 11/11/07


Another thing- I gained a sense of courage to speak up for things of God. I began to laugh and smile more even on my bad days. I had such extreme joy even when things weren't going right. My faith was intensified. He became the rock I was putting my feet on and I knew no matter what happened he was holding me and with me all the time. I knew that his power was working through my prayers and worship.
---MichelleS on 11/10/07


The intensity in my worship was so radical that my students at a Church of Christ school wanted me to lead chapel worship every day (I'm not church of Christ either) just because that same intensity was brought to the daily situations and not left in the church. It began to change kid's lives and many recived Christ- how's that for power. I would never go back- never, ever, ever. The Baptism in the Holy Spirit is real- just ask for it and believe.
---MichelleS on 11/10/07




Michelle, your experience sounds just like mine except I was married and my husband notice such a change, he didn't know what to say. I began really reading the word and digesting it into my soul. My prayers changed- all of a sudden I knew how to pray and my prayers were answered. I wasn't afraid to pray in front of anyone. I found I could worship Jesus with passion and I was completely in love with him. I went on a 2 week lunch fast.
---MichelleS on 11/10/07


I remember the Sunday after I received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit all of a sudden I was standing on the platform as a worship leader and I realized I couldn't wait to start singing to Jesus. I could have stayed there forever just loving on him. I had to lift my hands- I wanted to lift my praise to him. People came up to me aftewards and said my face looked like an angels and they wondered what had happened to me.
---MichelleS on 11/10/07


I wish to praise God for the Holy Ghost power that he imparts. I literally feel the Holy Ghost power rise up inside of me as I begin to deliver the message of salvation to an individual. It is the conflicting power of the Holy Spirit that I'm totally depending upon both to witness to the person I'm talking to. And to furnish me with the power, boldness and knowledge and words to give the message.
---Mima on 11/10/07


Yes, the Holy Spirit gives me power to choose against my natural inclinations and choose to obey God.
---robin8683 on 11/9/07


After I received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, my life changed overnight.
I would spend my weekends reading the Word from daylight to dark.
I had a career, but my lunch hours were reserved for the Word. I was single then, my evenings were for bible studies, praise/worship meetings. There was nothing else I wanted more than God.
---Michelle on 11/9/07




The Holy Spirit is the power of God, but He is God. Through the power of the Holy Spirit we can understand the Word. He opens up our spiritual eyes and ears. He motivates us to love others in ways we could not think of on our own. The Holy Spirit preserves our hearts from becoming hard and indifferent. He stirs up faith to believe for the impossible and prepares us for days to come.
---Michelle on 11/9/07


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