SPIRIT . . . Preacher and Seeker speak of the Spirit in the mode of the Historic Anabaptists

Preacher: “I have much more to say to you, more than you can now bear.”

Seeker: When Lord, when will you speak to us? I can bear much, Lord. I can learn quickly! I desire to learn and grow Lord! Speak Lord, for your servant listens!

Preacher: “But when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide you into all truth.”

Seeker: I will wait then on the Lord. I will be patient until the Spirit of truth comes. I will listen to all that the Spirit will say, writing it on my heart and living by it daily.

Preacher: “He will not speak on his own; he will speak only what he hears . . “

Seeker: The Lord will instruct the Spirit what much told to creation. Only the word of the Lord will be spoken by the Spirit. Listen you who have ears, listen to what the Lord will say.

Preacher: “ . . . and he will tell you what is yet to come.” (Reference: John 16:12-13 )

Seeker: The Lord will reveal everything in the proper time. Nothing will be reveal until God Almighty commands so. You who desire knowledge, wait on the Lord. You who wish to know the truth of all things, wait on the Lord. Nothing will be known before its time, so live humbly. Walk with care. Live life according the laws and precepts that have been set down before us. The Lord will teach you and will guide you. Amen.


About Carole Boshart

I have two blogs on WordPress. "A Simple Desire" which is based on the daily "Sips of Scripture" published and sent out by Third Way Cafe. "Pondering From the Pacific" is based on my reflections on the world - sometimes religious/spiritual, and sometimes not so much.

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