Because Jesus obeyed His Father, we now have the Holy Spirit living inside of us when we receive His salvation! “Faith makes us sure of what we hope for and gives us proof of what we cannot see.” (Hebrews 11:1, GNB) Verse 3 ends with “…We also know that what can be seen was made out of what cannot be seen.”
The devil wants to put doubt and unbelief in our thoughts. Confess Joel’s prophesy with the words of God: “I will pour out My Holy Spirit upon all flesh, your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams and your young men will see visions; and even on slaves, men and women, I will pour out My Spirit…” (Acts 2:17-18)
Thank you, Jesus, for fulfilling this prophecy for us today. When we pray allowing the Holy Spirit to speak through us in heavenly language, we are, of course, speaking for You! We need to allow the Holy Spirit to speak God’s will in relation to our concerns and His supernatural will and interventions. Father God, as your children we experience seeing the outcome of situations (even this pandemic). You show us the problem and outcome in Your due time! You give us dreams, visions, messages in tongues, evidence, and substance of upcoming events.
God wants His children to allow His Holy Spirit to speak solutions through intercessory prayers. So, ask Him about His will for you in the pandemic situation as well as for your daily needs. We need God as Alpha and Omega (beginning and end) so we can build our faith firmly during unstable events.
He can show and tell us the beginning and, also, the end. He can do that in dreams or visions before they become reality on earth. Faith is evidence (proof) and He gives us faith to believe for that. The Holy Spirit can give us a solution-producing faith all the way to the end.
This is an example of how the Father works His will through Jesus and the Holy Spirit! God is the playwright (Creator), Jesus is the script (Word), and the Holy Spirit is the director, giving us actors the ability to – well – act in God’s will!
Working in ministry with people who are homeless is helping me mature. I love and enjoy having been called as an essential worker at this time! Is it easy? No. But I lean on God daily, and I hear Him speak strategic solutions to problems and situations that arise.
Together we can build our firm faith during these unstable times. Faith is indeed both evidence (proof) and substance (reality of what He supplies to meet our daily needs). As a result, when He gives to our daily needs, He is providing the ending to those daily problems!
We cannot conjure up faith in our minds for problems to be solved. Faith comes through the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit giving to us and producing in us DESIRE for these intercessory prayers. And we intercede for others by the use of the heavenly language of the Holy Spirit!
I am learning to pray, pray, pray without ceasing. Real faith is being built!
What God puts in our minds is not mere human imagination or mere hope, wishful thinking. Rather, God gives us the desire to overcome such things as sin, suffering, sorrow.
That desire in our hearts comes as the Holy Spirit reminds and urges us to pray without ceasing. If you allow God’s Holy Spirit to speak His will and His word, and His truth, you will experience His supernatural intervention!
As a final prayer, I offer the end of the book of Jude. It is one, very short chapter asking us to persevere in being godly. It ends with verses 24-25: “Offer praise to God our Savior because of our Lord Jesus Christ! Only God can keep you (us) from falling and make you (us) pure and joyful in His glorious presences. Before time began and now and forevermore, God is worthy of Glory, honor, power and authority.”