How You can Walk in the Spirit

Written by Dr. Bill Bright

This is Part 1 of a 4 part series – How You Can Walk in the Spirit

walkinspirit1Experiencing the adventure

A medical doctor approached me with great excitement at the conclusion of our  training conference. He was overflowing with joy and excitement.

“Since I have learned how to be filled with the Holy Spirit and walk in His power, the Christian life has become a great adventure for me!” he exclaimed. “Now, I want to experience this same adventure with Christ.”

Would you like to know how to enjoy what this man and millions of other Christians have experienced? You too can know the adventure of a full, abundant, purposeful and fruitful life in Christ!

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If you have been living in spiritual defeat – powerless and fruitless, wondering if there is any validity to the Christian life – there is hope for you! What greater promise could Christ offer to the Christian than the assurance that he can walk daily in the power of the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Jesus Christ, and experience an abundant and fruitful life of purpose and adventure? Here is His promise:

I tell you the truth, anyone who has faith in me will do what I have been doing. He will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father.

And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Son may bring glory to the Father.

You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it.

Certain basic spiritual truths, when understood and experienced by faith, bring revolutionary spiritual benefits. These proven principles can help you to be more consistent in your walk with God and be more effective in your witness for our dear Savior.

The Christian life, properly understood, is not complex nor difficult. As a matter of fact, the Christian life is very simple. It is so simple that we stumble over the very simplicity of it, and yet it is so difficult that no one can live it! This paradox occurs because the Christian life is a supernatural life. The only one who can help us live this abundant life is the Lord Jesus Christ who empowers us with His Holy Spirit.

Be sure you are filled with the Spirit

One of the most important truths of Scripture, the understanding and application of which has enriched my life as has no other truth, is a concept which I like to call “Spiritual Breathing.” This concept has been shared with millions – with revolutionary results – through our literature and various training conferences and seminars.

As you walk in the Spirit by faith, practicing Spiritual Breathing, you need never again live in spiritual defeat. Spiritual Breathing, like physical breathing, is a process of exhaling the impure and inhaling the pure, an exercise in faith that enables you to experience God’s love and forgiveness and walk in the Spirit as a way of life.

The moment you invited Christ into your life as Savior and Lord, you experienced a spiritual birth. You became a child of God and you were filled with the Holy Spirit. God forgave your sins – past, present and future – making you righteous, holy and acceptable in His sight because of Christ’s sacrifice for you on the cross. You were given the power to live a holy life and to be a fruitful witness for God.

But the average Christian does not understand this concept of Spiritual Breathing as an exercise of faith and, as a result, lives on a spiritual roller coaster. He goes from one emotional experience to another living most of his life as a worldly Christian, controlling his own life – frustrated and fruitless.

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If this is your experience, Spiritual Breathing will enable you to get off this emotional roller coaster and enjoy the Christian life that the Lord Jesus promised to you when He said, “I came that they might have life and might have it abundantly.” As an exercise in faith, Spiritual Breathing will make it possible for you to continue to experience God’s love, forgiveness, and the power and control of the Holy Spirit as a way of life.

If you sin by committing a deliberate act of disobedience, breathe spiritually. Exhale by confession. God’s Word promises in John 1:9, “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” In the Greek, the original language of the New Testament, the word “confess” (homologeo) means to “agree with” of to “say along with.” Such agreement involves at least three considerations.

  1. First, you acknowledge that your sin or sins – which should be named to God specifically – are wrong and are therefore grievous to Him.
  2. Second, you acknowledge that God has already forgiven you through Christ’s death on the cross for your sins.
  3. Third, you repent, which means that you change your attitude toward your sin. The power of the Holy Spirit will enable you to change both your attitude and conduct. Instead of doing what your old sinful nature – your flesh – wants to do, you can do what God wants you to do.

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Now inhale by appropriating the fullness of God’s Spirit by faith. Trust him to control and empower you according to his command to “be filled with the Spirit” which actually means to be constantly and continually controlled and empowered with the Holy Spirit.

According to His promise, God hears you and grants your request because you pray according to His will. I encourage you to continue to claim his love, forgiveness and power by faith and continue to have fellowship with Him moment by moment.

You can get off your spiritual roller coaster, cease to be a worldly or carnal Christian, and become a Spirit-filled believer by practicing Spiritual Breathing. If you are breathing and inhaling by appropriating the fullness of the holy Spirit by faith – you are a Spirit-filled Christian.

You become a worldly Christian again when you develop (over time) an attitude of unbelief – when you set your heart against believing the promises of 1 John 1:9 and 1 Corinthians 10:13:

No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can stand up under it.

You do not become carnal simply by committing one sin or a dozen or a hundred sins provided that you sincerely continue to breathe spiritually. You will become worldly only when you develop and attitude of unbelief and refuse to breathe spiritually.

You can know right now that you are filled with the Holy Spirit. Through the concept of Spiritual Breathing, you can go through life assured of his fullness. Simply keep short accounts with God. Do not let sins accumulate.

If you try to live the Christian life by your own fleshly effort, it becomes complex, difficult and even impossible to live. But when you invite the Lord Jesus to direct your life; when you know the reality of having been crucified with Christ and raised with Him by faith as a way of life; when you walk in the light as God is in the light in the fullness and power of the Holy Spirit, the Lord Jesus simply lives his abundant life within you in all of His resurrection power.

I’m not suggesting that the Christian who walks in the fullness of the Spirit will have no difficulties. Problems of poor health, loss of loved ones, financial needs and other such experiences are common to all people. However, many of our misfortunes are self-imposed because of our own worldly, selfish actions. The spiritual person is spared most of these self-imposed hardships. But when the problems do come, the spiritual person can face them with a calm, confident attitude because he is aware of God’s resources which are available to him to deal with adversity.

This is not simply a matter of positive thinking. We are instructed to cast our cares upon the Lord Jesus because He cares for us. The spiritual person knows the trustworthiness of God from experience. The Lord becomes the problem-solver, and the trials and burdens of this world are no longer too great for us when He is carrying the load.

This was at the heart of the apostle Paul’s moment-by-moment experience:

I have been crucified with Christ: and I myself no longer live, but Christ lives in me. And the real life I now have within this body is a result of my trusting in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.

There is a throne, a control center – the intersection of one’s intellect, will and emotion – in every life. And either self of Christ is on that throne. Let me illustrate.

I like to plan as far in advance as possible, especially for key events. But occasionally I get so busy with the many details of our worldwide ministry that an important item slips through. With a key conference just a couple of weeks away, I had just realized the need for a set of printed materials that would be a tremendous benefit to the conferees.

As I shared the urgency with the department director responsible for this need, he responded, “Bill, we’re full up already. Two weeks just isn’t enough time.” I became impatient. Couldn’t my associate see that we are in a war for men’s souls, that we must seize opportunities when they arise and not limit our efforts to 8-to-5 workdays? I made my point clear to him.

“But if we had more notice…” he protested, “There just is no way we can squeeze in such a huge job with so little time. There’s the writing, then the design and typesetting and artwork, then the printing.”

It seemed obvious that he did not share my burden for the upcoming event. I pressed my point. “Look, this is an important international conference,” I said firmly, my voice rising, “and this is no time for ‘business as usual.’ Please find a way to finish this project in time for the conference, even if you have to work around the clock.”

I could tell my colleague was frustrated. But I reasoned, We need those printed materials. Whatever it takes, we need them.

Within a few moments after our conversation, I sensed the conviction of the Holy Spirit. Yes, even in our well-intended service to the Lord, we can stumble – and in the name of godliness I had offended a dear brother in Christ. I had failed to give him and his staff the benefit of the doubt – failed to take into account the tough workload they already were facing each day. Instead of asking him to think through the possibilities with me and helping him rearrange his priorities to accommodate the new task, I had virtually ordered him to get the project done and shown little appreciation for the many late evenings his team was already devoting to their work. I had reacted impatiently rather than in a spirit of love, understanding and teamwork.

At this point I had a choice to make.

On the one hand, I could let it go. After all, doesn’t the head of a large organization have the right to ramrod projects through when necessary? Didn’t the end (the strategic international conference) justify the means (get the job done no matter what it takes)? And didn’t my associate’s hesitant attitude warrant a stern talking-to about the urgency of the hour?

By all human standards, I probably could have justified letting the incident go. But deep inside I would have been restless and uncomfortable as the Holy Spirit continued to point out the sin to me, and God would not have blessed my efforts on His behalf as long as this sin remained unconfessed. On top of that, several of my dear co-workers would have continued to hurt as a result of my calloused attitude.

On the other hand, I could deal with the problem by taking scriptural action to clear the slate. The unrest in my conscience was the Holy Spirit cross-examining me as I tried to rationalize my behavior. What I had thought was forceful leadership, He was identifying as the sins of impatience and unjustifiable anger.

I knew that taking scriptural action was the only choice I could make that would please my Lord. I confessed my sin to Him and appropriated his forgiveness.

Then came the toughest part.

I drove down to the office complex where my associate and his team were located and asked their forgiveness. We cried and laughed and prayed together, sensing a fresh outpouring of God’s love in our midst. Then we talked through our mutual needs and found a way – as teammates – to rearrange priorities and accomplish the task – on time!

That is what the Christian life is all about – just keeping Christ on the throne. You do this when you understand how to walk in the control and power of the Holy Spirit, for the Holy Spirit came for the express purpose of glorifying Christ by enabling the believer to live a holy life and to be a fruitful witness for our dear Savior.

As I have said previously, to be sure you are filled with the Holy Spirit, you need to remember two important words: command and promise. The command is found in Ephesians 5:18,

Be filled…with the Holy Spirit, and controlled by him. (Living Bible)

And the promise is found in 1 John 5:14,15:

Ask him for anything in line with his (God’s) will. And … we can be sure that he will answer us. (Living Bible)

On the authority of God’s command you know that you are praying according to His will when you ask Him to fill you – to control and empower you. Therefore, you can expect him to fill and empower you on the basis of His command and promise provided that you genuinely desire to be filled and trust him to fill you.

Remember that the Holy Spirit already dwells within you if you are a believer. You do not have to ask him to come into your life; he is already indwelling you. Your body was a temple of God from the moment you became a Christian. So you simply say to Him, “I surrender my life to You, and by faith I claim Your fullness and power.”

Then continue to breathe spiritually, exhaling whenever the Holy Spirit reveals sin that you need to confess and inhaling as you go on walking in the fullness and control of the Spirit by faith. Some Christians breathe spiritually faster and more often than others.

Do not depend upon feelings. Tied as they are to your ever-changing circumstances, feelings are unreliable in evaluating your relationship with God. The unchanging promises of God’s Word, not your feelings, are your authority. The Christian is to live by faith, trusting in the trustworthiness of God Himself and His Word. A train is a good illustration of the relationship between fact, faith and feeling.

fact, faith, feelings

Let us call the train engine “fact” – the fact of God’s promises found in His Word. The fuel car we will call “faith” – your trust in God and His Word. The caboose we will call “feelings.”

As fuel flows into the engine, the train runs. It would be futile and, of course, ridiculous to attempt to pull the train by the caboose. In the same way you, as a Christian, should not depend upon feelings or emotion live a Spirit-filled life. Rather, God wants you to simply place your faith in his trustworthiness and the promises of His Word.

Feelings are like the caboose – they are important but are designed to follow a life of faith and obedience. Jesus promised all who obey Him, “Whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me. He who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love him and show myself to him.” So, you can expect to have a valid emotional relationship with our Lord when you trust and obey Him. But you should never depend on feelings or seek after an emotional experience. The very act of looking for an emotional experience is a denial of the concept of faith, and whatever is not of faith is sin.

To summarize then, you can know that your are filled with the Holy Spirit by trusting in God – His command and promise – and you can go through life with that assurance.

Next: Be Prepared for Conflict


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146 Responses to “How You can Walk in the Spirit”

  • Chris says:

    collins….i would suggest the following for your situation….if you are old enough to marry and dont have a spouse, be seeking jesus for a life companion. if you arent old enough to marry then i would suggest blocking the porno with, doing soe fasting when you can, having godly people pray over your life and keeping the computer in public view. be seeking jesus for more of his presence in the bible as you do. jesus bless you as you apply godly principles to live a godly life!!

  • Collins says:

    Am addicted to immoral films and masturbation.i fallen to such so many times.i pray God forgives me and cleanse me of such acts and adulterous taught.Lord i surrender it all and by faith i claim your fullness and power in Jesus name.Amen

  • saron fissha says:

    that is really nice

  • Jamie Jamie says:

    Hi Mack, I agree, this is such a helpful presentation of what it means to live in the Spirit. Dr Bill Bright wrote many books that have these ideas in them. One great resource is his “Transferable Concepts” series. You can find it here in book form. The second in the series is “How to Filled with the Holy Spirit”

  • Mack says:

    Great article. I will print this and reread &study it. Do you have a book about this walking in the spirit. if you can make it where we can comment or reply to each person said god can’t not forgive us of future sins.I think his word says in Hebrews he does deliver us he hath delivered us and he shall deliver us .thank god that’s past present and future. Our position though not our condition is we are already seated at the right hand of God

  • sunday says:

    sun says:
    God is great always drawing us closer to himself. I have fallen on some many occasions, even watching immoral films, May God forgive me all my sins and cleanse my thought from evil thoughts and acts. I ask for your prayers that i remain faithful to God by the power of his Holy Spirit to accomplish the mission for which i am send for. Thank you.

  • sun says:

    God is great always drawing us closer to himself. I have fallen on some many occasions, even watching immoral films, May God forgive me all my sins and cleanse my thought from evil thoughts and acts. I ask for your prayers that i remain faithful to God by the power of his Holy Spirit to accomplish the mission for which i am send for. Thank you.

  • Robert C says:

    The only comment that I can think of right now is WOW. You have put in print what all of us have been feeling since we were born and by not listening to the HOLY SPIRIT we have wandered away from trusting GOD for our direction in life. Thank You

  • Tammy says:

    I first want to thank God for all his goodness,the holyspirt is alive and he’s part of the trinty,he’s our helper our way maker.To understand the holyspirt we must know that he is the force of God.He makes things happen.Jesus our beloved scarficed his life for us the holyspirt raised him from the dead all from the knowledge of God who knows the beginning till the end.The Holy spirit can and shall be invited into your life and when the spirit is recognized then and only then will you experience Gods supernatural power

  • Patrick says:

    Thanks a lot for the write-ups but it should be noted that future sins can not be forgiven in advance. So Jesus’ death only covers past sins and not future sins. Thanks

  • Patrick says:

    Thanks a lot for the write-up !nevertheless, there is no such thing as a sin of the future is forgiven already by the death of Jesus Christ. If that is so, then no one will spend eternity in hell fire. Thanks.

  • Sharon says:

    to Bob Bateman– wow good for you I am glad you found JESUS as your savior and the holy spirit and am a new man in the bible it says when we die to God we are a new creation– sharon

  • Bob Bateman says:

    I received the glorious Baptism in the Holy Spirit — I have not read all of this from you today. I know I would still be struggling had I not received the Baptism in the Holy Spirit. Jesus delivered me from homosexuality. Today I SEE what I didn’t before. I have learned from God that nobody is born gay: it is not you: it IS a demon! Not demon posession: no, a born-again Christian can not be demon possessed. But we are bombarded from the outside of us — overcoming is assured by Jesus by His filling you to overflowing with the Holy Spirit! Look up Walter Knuckles on Facebook. His ministry is powerful, ALL by the Holy Ghost’s REAL and FLOWING POWER! I am a new man today. Your walk with God will come alive when you receive this! I know, He did it for me. I stood on His Word, I never gave up, I shunned sin — now I am free! Praise the Lord Jesus!

  • Kate says:

    The Lord’s grip on us is stronger than our grip on Him. Live by faith in Him, for He does not fail, though the earth should crumble and the mountains tumble into the sea, He will sustain us.

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  • Susan says:

    Mohammed Viqar,

    I am so happy to hear your desire to become a follow of Jesus. I can say,this is the best desire and I am sure, God is going to fulfill it for you. Mohammed, Christianity is not a religion but it is relation between you and God. God created us to worship Him. Mohammed, Jesus loves you so much and I am telling again that His love is beyond our imagination. Mohammed, have you read this article? Jesus wants to have fellowship with you. For that, first, you have to commit your life to Him. He cares for you, He want to guide you, use you for His glory. Mohammed, I encourage you to first please log on to and read everything. Let me know if you have questions. We are here to help you.

    Let me pray for you.

    Dear Heavenly Father,

    We thank You for Your wonderful work. Lord, I commit Your child, Mohammed, in Your hand. Lord, help him to understand Your love, draw Him closer to You, help him to enjoy the fellowship with you. Lord, protect Your child, give him boldness to take decision. Holy Spirit, help Your child to understand everything. Thank You for hearing our prayers. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

  • Elkay says:

    Mohammed, the good news is that the hunger-stirrings within you are the inward signs of God approaching you. This is the way it works because in our fallen state, we do not naturally seek out God – He stirs us up to seek Him.

    I have not been contacted as an on-line mentor about your interest in Christianity so I will go public with this. This is not all there is to Christianity but it is a thought-starter so please post-back and ask whatever.

    First, and this is very important to set the stage for what follows, search online for “The Scale of the Universe 2” (the 2 is important) and follow the directions that allow you to explore the incredible magnitude and vastness and immense complexity of our universe. Seeing the infinite range of creation quickly brings one to realize that without doubt, God, Who “exists” outside of this universe and who created it is infinite in His being, wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness, and truth. “Nothing is impossible for God.” and we cannot approach Him on our terms, we have to come to Him in the way He prescribes.

    Next, get a Christian Bible or go to and read the book of John over and over in a modern translation like the New Living Translation and you will soon come to realize that Jesus was either who He said He was or He was insane or He was a liar. When you think about it, these last two possibilities cannot be true because of His amazing knowledge and sacrificial offering of His life own life for His friends. Insane people cannot predict the future and liars do not deceive their friends. Jesus was who He said He was, the Son of God and the Son of man and He came to be for a specific reason.

    Because of the inherent implications and limitations of the word “son” in our language, it may be better to think of Jesus as the Messiah, the Savior sent from God “to save His people from their sins”. In order to do this, and this is the major reason He was sent, He had to be Godly so that His death would “cover” the sins of all mankind. (Men’s sins against God who is infinitely righteous are thus infinitely “wrong” and require an infinite satisfaction; thus Christ also had to be Godly for only He is infinite. Jesus also had to be human because only a human could “pay” for the sins of human beings – more simply, a bird cannot take the place of a cow.) This is also the reason we cannot “get to be OK with God” by our own deeds – we cannot “work” our way to righteousness by what we do (How could sinful man be righteous?) , but only by what He allows and has done for us.

    Jesus obviously was not just a “smart teacher” because He proved His Savior-ship by His words (read John and then Matthew and Mark and realize that only a Person of Godly wisdom could speak them); by His miracles (control over time, nature, illness, distance, death, etc.); by His knowledge of men’s thoughts; by His power over death (Lazarus); and by His prediction of His own death and resurrection and His actual death and resurrection. Had any of these not been true, the religious authorities of that time would have been quick to point them out in order to squelch Him. Only God in the form of a man could have all these powers and attributes.

    Put this all together and you have God Himself taking on the form of mankind and giving Himself up to death as a perfect sacrifice for the sins of mankind. Why? Because God infinitely loves His highest creation, us weak and sinful human beings, and wants to eternally restore the original relationship we had with Him. He is perfectly just and so there has to be penalty for our sins, but only He Himself could accomplish this . . . and so He did in the Person of Jesus Christ.

    What do we then do? We love Him in return; He first loved us through creation and sending Jesus as our Savior and our only rational response is to love Him by worshipping Him as Lord (He created that amazing slide show at that website) and Savior (He covered up our sins by giving His life for us.) It is amazing to hear Him say, “I AM going to prepare a place for you and I will come back to receive you so that we may be together!” That’s John 14:2-3 and so we worship Him by making Him the centerpiece of our life and by doing what He taught us in Scripture.

    This is the essence of faith, obeying Jesus as Lord of our life and trusting Him as Savior, and once we do this, we have the right to be a child of God Himself and to grow closer to Him and more like Him because as His child; we also have His Spirit in and alongside us to guide, strengthen and transform us. To this we say, “Praise God form Whom all blessings flow!” Amen.

    Mohammed, I hope that this post will have its intended impact in your life and please know that I will continue to pray for you and eagerly wait to read a post back from you exploring all this more deeply. In Christ, Elkay.

  • Elkay says:

    Mohammed Ahmed, I would be very honored to “walk alongside you” in such an endeavor and I think I can be helpful because my path to Christianity was not a simple one. I am not sure a public forum is the best way to do this so please click on “Talk to a Mentor” at the top right and ask them to connect you to me, Elkay, as a mentor within “The Mentor Center”. With the Holy Spirit as a Guide, and Jesus Christ as your goal, yours is a mission that Father God will bless. With His grace and love, Elkay.

  • Respected Sir/Medam.I am Mohammed Viqar Ahmed.Age about: 36years.Accupation:Hindi News Tv Journalist.Matrimonal status:Married.Religion:Islam.Nationality:Indian.Contact Number:[it is our policy not to publish personal contact information]. I have good financialy position.but one little problem in life is Religion.I can’t sadisfy in I decided convert to the my Religion.its my desire.I want converted to christianity.I want yours suggession please give me a better advice on this matter.please help me Jesus will you help.My english not good but try I hope reply and contact me.i believe in god.Thanking you.Your’s faithf faithfully.Viqar.

  • Aldo says:

    Chioma, thank you for your appreciation of this article. Power To Change has many more helps and resources. If you are interested in finding out what they are click on the blue bar at the top of the page. If you would like to chat with a mentor one on one, click on the Talk to a mentor bar at the top right of this page. We will be happy to discuss any issues with you.

  • chioma says:

    I love dis atticle it has really helped me

  • Chris says:

    elom paul o….some other verses on walking in the spirit can be found in…2 corinthians 5, colossians 3, 1 juan 3 to 4. blessings!

  • Elom paul o says:

    I need more qotations on how to grow in spirit

  • Sharon says:

    to Eloise that is romans 8 verse 1 good passage in the bible– Sharon

  • Eloise says:

    “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.” (?Romans? ?8?:?1? KJV)

  • Sharon says:

    by walking and listening to Gods voice and obeying HIM on a daily basis

  • Dave says:

    There is another way to look at the train. As above the fact is the resurrection, the faith is the fuel, and the feelings are the caboose. But feelings are really powerful too. The elephant and the rider and the path says if you want to challenge and change your habits there is the path ( the environment), the elephant (emotions), and the rider ( your will power). Your will power can keep the ejephang in line for a while but if you get too cross with the elephant he will throw you off!

    Im not sure the feeling are the after thought. I have to think about this. How could I use my feelings as fuel. He could be wrong or I could be mistaken

  • Tom Tom says:

    Would you like to explain your statement?

  • Anasazi says:

    I am a breathing walking living god

  • Elkay says:

    Responding to Dr. Bright’s article, walking in the Spirit involves moment-by-moment sensitivity to the Holy Spirit’s guidance and “fruit” is the evidence of a believer’s sensitivity to and dependency on the Holy Spirit.

    Those who walk in the Spirit have the following virtues to a greater or lesser degree: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (Gal. 5:22-23). These virtues are evidence of our dependency on and sensitivity to the promptings of the Spirit.

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  • Sharon says:

    to Medidi — prayer–father God I pray for Medidi to conduct the gospel tomorrow that there will be favor for him and for prayers at city hall for favor there too. I pray that he can walk by the spirit and hear from you clearly and listen to you for what you want to tell people about YOUR love God I pray all of this in JESUS name amen I am praying fir you. from Sharon

  • prayer request to conduct Gospel openly on19th nov. For open aprayer hall

  • Chris says:

    vaisel…i am sorry you are in apparent need, however we must never delve into the spirit world to obtain anything. all of our needs from start to finish have been supplied through jesus christ dying for us on the cross. now, as we receive him as our personal lord and savior and the forgiveness of our sins, we can expect that our earthly lives be blessed by christ as we continue to walk with him in obedience according to his words. if you would like more information on how to establish a saving relationship with jesus christ log onto… thanks!

  • vaisel says:

    Hi iam vaisel from Surinam ,can spirits help my to have a house and car here ,that’s I need to stay in a house,i need help ,iam from surinam

  • Chris Landwerlen says:

    wisdom wililie…most likely the enemy is upset with your commitment to pray all night. you are entering spiritual warfare and taking back territory that belongs to christ. keep on the whole armour of God according to ephes 6, especially the helmet of salvation!! blessings!!

  • Sharon says:

    good comments on this thread I think its hard to walk by the spirit I find it hard now a days but I sometimes have to chose to walk with the spirit

  • keijo leppioja says:

    SO beautiful that walk in move on to quard of the Holy Spirit and do not permis to flesh to take over our life but the word may lead us and good things to make in love of God in his will and set free the captive of sin ,heal the sick and save the sinners from the fire of hell ,that are our dear duty today in Jesus name,thanks and bless,keijo sweden

  • Doris Beck Doris Beck says:

    You are both so right Watson and ‘overview’….as our pastor said on Sunday morning, we hear God’s voice by reading His Word and listening to His Holy Spirit. It all works together.

  • Watson says:

    Walking in the spirit is an awesome walk. Walking in obedience and trust in The Lord. You have to taste to experience.

  • overview says:

    Are to walk according to the spirit by the way JESUS walked with God in our minds constantly with reading of HIS word.

  • Sharon says:

    good article thank you for posting this

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