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URGENT INFORMATION: Has the Lord's Holy Spirit Left You and You Don't Know it?

Updated: Feb 15, 2023

Did the Lord secretly snatch the Holy Spirit from you and leave you to you your own devices, vices or demons? Uh. No.

Don't blame God for anything. The Lord never leaves His people. Blame yourself for unknowingly turning your back on God, forgetting the power and workings of the Holy Spirit, if that's the case.

You may ask, "how can you unknowingly turn your back on God?" I'll tell you in a minute. Meanwhile, thank him for always being there for you.

Be honest with yourself, confess your sins and apologize to God for your transgressions against Him. because you cannot fool God.

You can be fooled by the devil but if you resist him, then he will flee. If you unknowingly let him into your life, then you have turned your back on God. and have been successfully deceived by the dirty double-crossing snake in the grass.

Revelation 12:9: That old serpent called the Devil and Satan, which deceives the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

Some people say, "I'm one of the elect. I can never be deceived. That's what the Bible says." It also says to boast not yourself of tomorrow, because you do not know what a day may bring (Prov. 27:1).

And, it does not say that it is impossible for the elect not to be deceived (Matt 24:24). It says, "if possible."

"How can it be possible?" By turning your back on God.

Proverbs 20:1 wine is a mocker and strong drink is raging. Those who are deceived thereby are not wise.

While it can be said that the Holy Bible does permit the drinking of wine. it also commands us not to become winos.

You can easily turn your back on God by dipping into the Devil's pool of wine, women, alcohol and drugs. One dip turns into two, three...four. And, before you know it, you've got a daily dipping habit that lends itself to creating a different personality.

You make excuses for leaving him: "Wine is in the Bible." "God won't mind if I have a little fun." "I'm retired. I deserve to live the good life."

Having a little fun for far too long is an easy way to go astray and to lose what little money you saved. Ask the prodigal son in the Holy Bible.

Now Proverbs says, "He who loves pleasure shall be a poor man. He who loves wine and oil will not be rich" (Prov. 21:17).

The Devil's crowd are rich folks who will never go broke with Satan until Judgement Day. Don't envy them.

In turning your back on God, you end up not being strong in the Lord. You be able to withstand the wiles of this world set by the devil.

Without the Holy Spirit, you might be overcome by self-doubt, worry and fear. And you just might decide that you cannot take living any longer, when you should be looking forward to the kingdom of God.

Because winos and drug addicts are easily deceived into another state of mind and personality. You forget who you were as a strong Christian and begin to treat people in a way that you do not want to be treated.

When you don't listen or retain what the Lord has taught you, You start blaming other people for your own sins.

That's why it's good to read the proverbs and take heed like they say.

I read a Proverb per day. On the first day of the month, it's Proverbs 1. On the second day, it's Proverbs 2 and so on.

Don't do the wrong thing when you know it's wrong. We all will go astray without the Holy Spirit.

I once put worldly things before the kingdom of God. Like praying for financial security and the need not to work again. Knowing the Lord said to put the kingdom of God first, and all else will be added.

He said to trust your treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not corrupt. To not worry about what you will eat or drink, because he will clothe you like the lilies of the field: "oh ye of little faith."

If you have turned from having faith in God, then correct the problem by confessing your sins. Apologize to him for not taking his commandments seriously. For example, being lazy instead of working by the sweat of your brow.

Or having a "woe is me" attitude when the Lord has provided more than enough for you and your family...

Long Live the family of the Holy Savior and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.



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