Holy Spirit (5) الروح القدس

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Hello, welcome to this class on the Holy Spirit.

It’s a class for New Believers to strengthen you in your faith and to help you understand The person and the work of the Holy Spirit in your own heart Wherever you are.

Another thing that Holy Spirit can do is he can cry. 

Which is an interesting thing to think about. 

Why would the Holy Spirit want to cry? 

I’m not sure, but he does. He’s it’s part of his personality. In Galatians 46, he says, because you are sons, God has sent the Holy Spirit his son, into our hearts. 

Saying ABBA. 

Father and it cries out within our hearts and in those deep moments. 

Pressure and difficulty that you might find yourself in the Holy Spirit is within you understanding that and he’s crying out ABBA. 

Help this individual. 

Help them to understand that I am with them that I am giving them peace in the midst of this situation. 

There are times I get into difficult situations and I don’t know what to do and some now I’ve learned that that’s probably the best situation to be in and I just sit down and in my heart. 

I hear the Holy Spirit crying father, Daddy. 

Strength in this individual, and I know the peace of God that no matter how difficult the situation is, God is with me and he’s crying that out within me I’ve. 

I think you’ll find as the more time you spend in prayer, especially alone. 

You will find your ability to hear the Holy Spirit praying through you, and I think that’s very important. 

Spending time alone with God, but understanding that he is crying out for you to the father. 

He can pray. 

In Romans 826, for instance, in the same way, the Spirit also helps our weaknesses, for we do not know how to pray as we should. 

But the Spirit himself intercedes with us with Groanings too deep from words. 

And this is a wonderful picture of the Holy Spirit within us. 

Praying for us. 

To the father and to the son. 

And that’s what he does. 

And that’s what he does, and that crying out to God. 

Is A is a wonderful experience and as you sit with God and you begin to pray and you spend time instead of just asking for God from God for a list of things like you know I need food this morning I need. 

I need to get this somewhere. 

Those kinds of things. 

All the things I need, transportation. 

Those are things you can ask of God. 

But coming to the place of your own spiritual need and realizing that the Holy Spirit is praying within you. 

Is it? 

Is it is so important to understand I love that? 

There’s a word that’s in. 

In fact. 

We’ll read it here. 

Uh, in the verse, 34. Who was the one who condemns Christ Jesus as he who died? Yes. Rather he who was raised who was at the right hand of God, who also intercedes for us. 

And then in Hebrews. 

725 therefore he is also able to save forever those who draw near to God through him, since he always lives to make intercession for them. Intercession is a very interesting word. 

What it says is. 

There is a person that has need and he is so under the burden of that need that he doesn’t know what to do. 

An intercessor is one that stands in between the person with great need. 

And he knows the person that can. 

Meet every need. 

And just to give you an idea. 

A lawyer may in fact be like an intercessor. 

So somebody is in trouble, legal trouble, and so the lawyer stands in between. 

The person in trouble and the judge who can administer or help that need. 

And then he can do the explaining to the judge that this was not right, or this was right and the judge can make a ruling in favor. 

Of the person that’s in need. 

That’s that’s the picture of an intercessor. 

And what’s wonderful is the Holy Spirit is God himself. 

And he knows all our needs. 

He knows him long before we ever utter them, but he knows our deep spiritual needs. 

And he is crying out continually to the father. 

For those spiritual needs, and that’s wonderful. 

He can pray. 

He just doesn’t sit by, he prays for us and he prays through us. 

Well, we’ve come to the end of this section. And it’s been wonderful to be with you, and I trust the Holy Spirit has begun to minister to your heart and will continue to minister to your heart.

I close with the scripture:

“But you, beloved, building yourselves up in your most holy faith and praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God, waiting for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ that leads to eternal life.” Jude 1:20-21

We’ll see you again soon.