Mini-Devotional Series: Trusting the Holy Spirit

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.” 
(Proverbs 3:5)

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Every now and then you have to take a step back and allow the Holy Spirit to feed you; and that's what we did for the month of June! For those of you who stuck with us on our mini-sabbatical, thank you! We are refreshed and ready to go!

For the month of July, we’ve received word that God wants us to grow in our TRUST. Many of us have found ourselves in situations where someone had to “regain” our trust; they had to work extra hard to please us, their actions had to be up to par, and their words had to be kosher…C’mon we know we’re not the only ones that may have put someone through this.

But in whom do we place our trust?

We want others to confide in us and trust what we say and do, but sometimes it becomes a problem when we’re asked to trust the Holy Spirit’s leading. Why is that? Why do we have such a difficult time falling back into the arms of Jesus and allowing Him to catch, lead, teach, comfort, and assure us? What makes our way the best way? Why won’t we accept His invitation to trust Him and lean not to our own understanding?

The more we lean into Him, the more He'll pour into us!

Join us each Monday in July, beginning July 11th as we learn to Trust the Holy Spirit:

Trust the Technique (Proverbs 3:5)
Trust the Revelation (Romans 16:25-26)
Trust the Unction (1 John 2:20)
Trust the Source of Truth (John 1:14)

The Holy Spirit has been left as a Comforter because God knew that we would suffer heartaches, uncertainties, and disappointments. He knew that we would be spurned by the church, and may refuse to give our all again. God knew that we would fall and be ashamed to get back up for fear of falling all over again. But His Spirit is here to cradle and catch us. Will you let Him?

If you’re wondering how to trust, join us in July and invite a friend as we pray and immerse ourselves in the redemptive and trustworthy hands of the Holy Spirit.

2 Timothy 2:15 ☺


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