“The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all. Amen.” – 2 Corinthians 13:14 NKJV

Welcome to the 18th Weekly Devotional Recap of the year. This week, we learned about communion with the Spirit – His role in our lives, and our response to God in devotion through prayer.

On Monday, we learned about the role of the Holy Spirit as our helper. Before Jesus died, He promised a helper, the Holy Spirit, who will be with us after His death. God’s promise to us (John 14:26). Amongst many other roles, the Holy Spirit can help us live above sin (2 Peter 1:3-4), teach and remind us of God’s word (1 John 2:27). But for this, we must ensure our hearts are open for His effective leadership.

Tuesday’s study focused on the companionship of the Spirit. Like human relationships can define our lives, so can fellowship with the Holy Spirit shape our thoughts, actions and decisions. Through communion with the Holy Spirit, we go on to live our lives in a manner that pleases God. For this reason, Scripture admonishes thus: “Walk in the Spirit and we shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh.” (Galatians 5:16).

On Wednesday, we learned about the role we have to play in our devotion to God. This involves purposefully training our appetites to seek the things of God (Colossians 3:2). Some practical ways we can practise this are by giving persistent attention to our devotion (1 Timothy 4:15) and developing godly friendships.

Going further on Thursday, we examined the importance of prayer in the life of every believer. Like water to the body, the man in Christ is sustained by his prayer altars! As Jesus exemplified, prayer should be a daily habit (Matthew 11:25). A consistent prayer life builds your relationship with God. It helps you grow spiritually and become all God would have you be (Jude 1:20).

Concluding the week on Friday, we learned how to move from duty to delight in prayer. A sense of duty in prayer can lead to growing desire with consistency (1 Corinthians 1:9). You were created for fellowship with your Father, and the more time you spend with Him, the more time you should want to spend with Him.

 In prayer, you find solace and strength, knowing you have access to the loving Almighty God (John 3:16). 

Dear believer, starting today, lower your guard, establish routines that maintain your connection with the Spirit, and confidently approach your Father. He eagerly awaits communion with you!

Have a wonderful weekend!

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