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The Holy Spirit – The Perfect Senior Partner

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By Ngozi Nwoke

Who actually is your senior partner in business or career? Who your partner is tells a lot about you and determines your level of success. Everyone has opportunity to choose their ideal partner, who have you chosen? This article reveals the perfect partner: The Holy Spirit.

And being assembled together with them, He commanded them not to depart from Jerusalem, but to wait for the Promise of the Father…, but you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth – Acts 1:4, 8

But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you – John 14:26

The Holy Spirit is the perfect senior partner. He empowers you to succeed in all your endeavors. He will teach you all things about your career, business or profession. The Holy Spirit, being the Alpha and Omega, knows the beginning and the ending of your field. He is the ideal choice of a partner.

Jesus, before leaving the world commanded His disciples not to embark on their assignment, which was preaching the gospel to the uttermost part of the world (Mark 16:15), until they were endued with power when the Holy Spirit comes upon them. In other words, Jesus knew that their success depended on their encounter with the Spirit of God.

Peter’s success is a good example of the power of having the Holy Ghost as your senior partner. Before Peter had encounter with Him, he couldn’t even face a girl who confronted him about his relationship Jesus Christ. He out rightly denied Christ and went on to deny Him twice more – Matthew 26:69-75.

But after receiving power when the Holy Spirit came upon him, he boldly embarked on their assignment and three thousand souls were added to the kingdom – Acts 2:14-41. The timid Peter had become bold like the Lion of the tribe of Judah.

When the Holy Spirit is your senior partner, you will be operating in a higher frequency; you will be obtaining supernatural results and you will be getting things cheaply done. The wisdom of God by which He created the world in six days will be at your disposal.

Now, you need to note that as the senior partner, he dictates the pace. You will have to operate by His terms and conditions for Him to fully manifest in your life. Even His remuneration is determined by Him.

Many times we think that the best way to show appreciation to God for His goodness is by increasing our giving to Him, but sometimes if not most of the time, He would prefer you winning souls into the kingdom. So inquire from Him what He would want for being your perfect partner.

In conclusion, the Holy Spirit is the ideal senior partner to have in your business, career or whatever profession you may be in. He is the extra you need to make you extraordinary. Therefore, choose Him today and you will be on your way to great success in life.

Source: articlesbase.com (Originally posted 2013)

About the Author

Ngozi Nwoke is a teacher and a counselor. She has a passion to teach people how to enjoy peace, God’s love and christian living for more fulfilling life. Want more fulfilling life? Subscribe for free email updates today. http://stepswithgod.com

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Peace on Earth

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Late last night there were just a handful of stores open in my area. I drove out to the all night pharmacy to pick up some last minute items for tonight’s feast. The rattle and din of the usual Christmas traffic had all died down. And I felt it. I finally felt it!

The Christmas spirit!

When I got home that magical feeling finally hit home. A quiet city. Children asleep in their beds, dreaming of new toys and, I guess in the 21st century, all the latest gizmos. Also to remember on a night like that are the poor who have no one to celebrate with. I wondered about a man at my parish who lives outside in the harsh winter cold. Was he desolate? Happy? I can’t know.

I recall one Christmas when I lived by a Salvation Army Mission in downtown Ottawa. One man who simply went by the name “Animal” yelled out loud Christmas morning,

IT’S CHRISTMAS!

That really summed it up for me. A street person, yelling out in joy, that is was Christmas morning. Animal knew what it was all about.

Merry Christmas to everyone who wishes to celebrate it!

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Vacation over — Oh well, I enjoy writing about psychology, spirituality and religion

Last night I was pooped and went to bed unusually early. Waking up unusually early, I felt it was a good time to update earthpages.ca. I enjoyed working on the above. As I research and revise these entries, I’m not only brushing up on my general knowledge but also on my ability to (hopefully) communicate fresh ideas to as many people as possible.


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Snippet – The Gospel of Thomas – uplifting or obscuring?

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Never thought I’d be highlighting my own writing. But life always gives us the unexpected. The above is from an entry I wrote for earthpages.ca this morning. The Gospel of Thomas.


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Using the word “scholars” to legitimize views about Jesus


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Jesus… myth, fact or a bit of both?


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Merry Christmas!

The Flight into Egypt by Giotto di Bondone (13...

The Flight into Egypt by Giotto di Bondone (1304-06, Scrovegni Chapel, Padua). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

To celebrate Christmas I worked on a tune that started out as an exercise in exotic scales. There’s an app at Reaper.fm, the digital workstation that I use, that has countless scales. Probably more than anyone could ever use. So I picked a few that sounded good, tried to blend them together, and soon after realized that it was turning into an unconventional Christmas Story (musically speaking).

Just tonight on Christmas Eve I was watching a show about the flight into Egypt. How Joseph and Mary had to flee from the paranoid King Herod, who was killing all the firstborn because he got wind from the Magi that a King had been born. After a while, sitting in front of our Christmas tree, I felt that this tune sort of captured the flight.

Unconventional, yes. But then, so was Jesus Christ, who continues to be more radical (in a good way) than any other figure to have walked this Earth.

Merry Christmas to all who wish to celebrate this hallowed holiday. The lights and gifts are great. But they’re just symbols of something far greater.

Enjoy!

–Michael Clark