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Divine Helper

Read John 14: 15-27


"If you love me, obey me, and I will ask the Father and he will give you another Comforter, and he will never leave you. He is the Holy spirit, the Spirit who leads into all truth. The world at large cannot receive him, for it isn't looking for him and doesn't recognize him. But you do, for he lives with you now and some day shall be in you. " John 14:15-17 (TLB)


Hitesh J. Solanki lives in Gujarat, India. His grandfather had always been a source of inspiration to Hitesh. Though he was not very literate, he was a godly man. At a young age, he was invited to speak to a congregation. The invitation was a great honor, but it also brought him anxiety. The idea of addressing a large group of scholarly people made him nervous. As the day approached, he prayed, asking God to give him the courage to deliver the speech. When the day came, he stood up to speak. When he received a round of applause, he realized that he had delivered a good message. Later he told Hitesh that he felt like the Holy Spirit was speaking through him and that the words came out of him like a flowing stream.

Before his ascension, Jesus promised to send an advocate. The disciples were at times hopeless and helpless, but the Holy Spirit showed up and changed everything. Those who gathered at Pentecost that day in the upper room were renewed with great courage and began speaking in a variety of languages. The Holy Spirit helped the disciples in their distress, and the same Holy Spirit is within us. In moments of doubt, weakness, or fear, we can ask God for help. When we have no words to pray, we can simply ask God for help. When we have no words to pray, we can simply ask God to send the Holy Spirit to deliver and comfort us.


Prayer: Dear Lord, fill us with your Holy Spirit so that we may receive your divine help in every adversity, in Jesus' name. Amen.



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