Sunday, July 26, 2015 Morning Worship

Moving in the Holy Spirit

Introduction:

What does it mean to move in the Holy Spirit?

How can we follow God the Holy Spirit?

How can I daily flow with Him?

16 And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Helper, to be with you forever, 17 even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him, for he dwells with you and will be in you.

John 14:16-17 ESV

Outline:

  1. By understanding some of the Holy Spirit’s very basic nature.
  1. He is given to the follow of Christ, John 14:16 a-b.
  2. He is the helper to those who believe in Him, John 14:16 a-b.
  3. He will never leave His own, John 14:16c.
  4. He is the influencer to His disciples, John 14:17a.
  5. He can be known to all who receive Him, John 14:17b.
  6. He will abide with the believer, John 14:17c.
  1. By seeing a believer’s life that does not daily follow the Holy Spirit.
  1. Even though the believer has the Holy Spirit they act like they do not.
  2. Even though the believer has the Holy Spirit they do not daily follow him as their helper.
  3. Even though the believer has the Holy Spirit they live in fear and anxiety.
  4. Even though the believer has the Holy Spirit they prefer the influence of others.
  5. Even though the believer has the Holy Spirit they have an agenda that is more vital than Him.
  6. Even though the believer has the Holy Spirit and they know He is present but use Him only when it is necessary.
  1. By observing a life that is daily following the Holy Spirit.
  1. The believer knows the Holy Spirit has been given to him and he worships the Father deeply because of His gift.
  2. The believer runs to the Holy Spirit for help.
  3. The believer lives every moment in the fact that the Holy Spirit is always with him.
  4. The believer follows the constant influence of the Holy Spirit.
  5. The believer is blown away by the fact that the Holy Spirit can be known.
  6. The believer is amazed that the Holy Spirit lives in Him.