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GLORIOUS WORD DEVOTIONAL

24/04/2021


THE HOLY SPIRIT WILL HELP YOU


(John 14:16); And I will pray the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever.


In the Old King James Version of the Bible, the word “Comforter” is used instead of “Helper” as used in our theme scripture. Also, in the Amplified version of the Bible, our theme scripture is rendered as “and I will give you another Comforter [Counselor, Strengthener, Intercessor, Advocate, Helper, and Standby].


Focusing on the Holy Spirit as a “Helper” know that He never gets tired of helping us. Take advantage of this and call for his help always. If you find yourself in a difficult situation, say, “Holy Spirit help me”. Do it in faith and see his help every day. Call for his help in your academics, marriage, business, Christian life, etc. Halleluyah!


Meditation: (John 14:16) And I will pray the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever.

Activity: Pray today and ask for the help you need from the Holy Ghost.

Confession: The Holy Spirit is my helper. I receive help from him today and always.

If you have never been born again, then make the confession below.

I declare from today that Jesus Christ is my Lord and I believe that God raised Him from the dead.


Congratulations: You can begin to attract God’s goodness into your life from today.


Prepared by Ps. Bernard and his Team

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