Episode 11

Published on:

20th Jul 2021

Episode 11


TITLE: Relying on Holy Spirit to guide you 


Main Point – The Holy Spirit is here especially to help saints complete their mission here on earth. Without him, we will be distracted and eventually bound up in this world’s distractions.   


Point 1:  Daily cultivate your relationship by reading the word, being active in bible study and other church services. 

Point 2:  Regularly set aside time to get alone in a quiet place and shut off phones and other distractions. Relax and sit still and just listen.   

Point 3:  Act on his direction as quickly as possible. 


  • The Holy Spirit’s job is to train us. In the coming Kingdom, we will judge angels and right now we’re going through training.   



1 Corinthians 6:3 

Do you not know that we will judge angels? How much more the things of this life! 


Main Conclusion:  

It is the Holy Spirit that helps us to follow God’s Steps.  God orders our steps, but it is the Holy Spirit who transmits his orders to us. 


In the end - Keep your freedom from spiritual prison:  CONFESS, ASK FORGIVENESS, and REPENT 


Princess Pen 



Blog Reference:  Having the Right Spirit 

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Michi J is a Chicago native who now lives in the Milwaukee area. By day, she works as an energy-industry analyst; she spends her remaining hours pursuing her lifelong passion of exploring and proclaiming the coming Kingdom of Christ. Her fiction and non-fiction writing explores, through storytelling, the parallel existence of physical and spiritual laws. Her favorite authors include Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Charles Spurgeon, C.S. Lewis, A.W.Tozer, Dr. Tony Evans, Erwin Raphael McManus, and Kitty Foth-Regner.