Divine Power

Zechariah 4:6 devotional: The sufficiency for living the Christian life is provided to us by God. The Holy Spirit reveals what God wants us to know. The Spirit intervenes on our behalf. He also leads, guides, counsels, and helps us live the divine life as we trust in him, asking him to control our thoughts, feelings, and actions. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Perishable vs. Imperishable

Luke 4:1–2 devotional: What Satan offered Jesus was temporary and perishable in nature. What the Holy Spirit offers us is the living and powerful Word of God operating in our lives. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Son Power Prepares Us for God’s Work

2 Timothy 2:21 devotional: The question each of us must ask ourselves is this: Do we want to be a vessel that Christ can use for in this world? We cannot be grieving the Spirit of God and expect to be a “special utensil for honorable use.” We must be sanctified and empowered by the Holy Spirit. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

God’s Power and Work

Isaiah 43:13 devotional: God makes it very clear that when he works, or declares that something is to be done, it will be done! This truth provides an incentive for us to want to be recipients of Son Power. We want God to do imperishable works in us and through us. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

The Power to Change Belongs to God

In Job 26:8-14 (NKJV), we are told that he hangs the earth on nothing, and that he stirs up the sea with his power, and by his Spirit he adorned the heavens. The power and scope of his workings are beyond human comprehension. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

4 Rs: Son Power Helps Us Understand the Times

1 Chronicles 12:32 devotional: We need insight provided by the Holy Spirit to understand the signs of our times. The world around us is confused, but God will give us the wisdom necessary to navigate the difficulties facing us. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

4 Rs: Plugged in to the Power Source

Ephesians 4:30 devotional: To grieve the Holy Spirit is to live in direct disobedience to the known will of God. When we grieve the Holy Spirit, we cut off our power source for living for God. Learn practical ways to re-connect with God. Click title or image to read the full post.

4 Rs: God’s Grace

Romans 3:24–25 devotional: It is only because of God’s grace that we experience the power of the Holy Spirit, power that is continually at work within us, transforming our worldview and enabling us to do God’s will. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

4 Rs: Son Power Opens Our Eyes to the Truth of the Bible

Psalm 119:18 devotional: Only the Holy Spirit can open our eyes to understand the secrets of God’s kingdom. Jesus opened the eyes of his followers to understand the Scriptures. The same is true for us today through the power of the Holy Spirit! [Click title or image to read the full post.]

4 Rs: Son Power Can Make Us Like the Morning Light

2 Samuel 23:2, 4 devotional: Our desire should be to be like the light of the morning in the lives of other people. [Click title or image to read the full post.]