God’s Holy Spirit has been poured into your heart. Like an empty vessel that is filled to overflowing, that is what the Spirit is for our longing soul. Are you feeling empty today? Ask the Lord, and He will fill you with His Spirit. From that will spring forth this hope that will strengthen us.
And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.
Has the Holy Spirit poured hope into your heart? Does the love of Jesus Christ flow out of you? If not Paul tells us that if we put our hope in Jesus, we will not be put to shame. He is as reliable and the morning sunrise. We can trust his word and look forward to our homecoming with him in heaven. He has defeated the enemy and made us victorious. Never be ashamed to put all of your hope in him.
Full of Love
Has the Spirit poured love into your heart? That hope rests on the love that has been poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit. This isn’t our love but God’s pure and holy love. Are you full of his love today? If not ask the Holy Spirit to fill you up. There aren’t any hoops we have to jump through it is given to us when we pray. When we are having a hard time loving someone, it is because we are doing it with our strength. When the love of God is put in us through the Holy Spirit that love become an overflowing well that never runs out. Go to the source today.
Full of the Spirit
The most important ingredient to this whole equation is the Holy Spirit. It is the Spirit which produces the fruit in our lives. He is the source of hope and love which Paul is talking about. If we aren’t filled with the Holy Spirit, the rest is all in vain. We need to be full of the Spirit and continuously go back to him for more. The Spirit provides the avenue for hope and love to flow out of our lives. Be filled with the Spirit so that the love of God can be poured into your heart.
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