What Does It Mean To Be Possessed By The Holy Spirit?

Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Jesus who was sent after Jesus ascended to heaven. He now sits at the right hand of God the Father. Jesus was filled with the Holy Spirit after His baptism. He commenced His ministry after His baptism. He now baptises us with His Holy Spirit and fire. He said He would send us a Comforter who would dwell in us and lead us and guide us. He set the example as to how to lead a Spirit possessed life on earth. Now He wants us to walk in the Holy Spirit and be possessed by Him. Is this possible?


Jesus said the Holy Spirit will reveal to us the truth. He is our teacher. We can rely on Him to reveal the truth to us. All we need to do is believe that this is possible. When the Holy Spirit came at Pentecost He filled the disciples that met in the upper room. They wee filled as tongues of fire settled on them and they all spoke in tongues. This was a sign of the baptism in the Holy Spirit. Why did the Holy Spirit take hold of our tongue? Because the tongue is the rudder and what we speak releases a blessing or a curse. Once our tongue is surrendered to Him there is nothing that can stop us. We have the power to bind and to lose. 


I want to be possessed by the Holy Spirit. This is the only way I will be able to walk like Jesus did. Jesus was full of the Holy Spirit. How can we walk like Him if we are not filled? Many try to walk in the Spirit but have one foot in the world. This is adultery as one cannot walk in the Spirit and in the flesh at the same time. We have to choose whom we will serve. The Holy Spirit will not share His glory with another. This is why the church is so weak and powerless. Let us today decide to be possessed by the Holy Spirit and bring glory to God. There is no second class citizen in heaven. We are for Him or against Him. Choose today whom you will serve.

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