Measures of the Spirit, Part 2
Simply, the first has to do with the new birth as sons and daughters, whereby we cry “Abba Father.” And the latter has to do with enabling power to live a victorious, overcoming life as a Christian.
Believers are commanded, “Be filled with the spirit…” (Ephesians 5:18). This actually states “Be continually filled…”
Discover how the O.T. prophets were given a specific measure of God’s Spirit, but all N.T. believers can receive “the Spirit without measure.”
So many Christians live so close to “the line of demarcation,” they are always feeling the pull and hearing the call of the world. This is a dangerous place. When their spiritual tank is empty, the devil will attack.
Identify the strategies the enemy uses to dry up the flow of God’s fullness in your life, and how you can stay filled and in touch with God’s Spirit daily!
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