To guide our decisions and thoughts towards the eternal destiny of infinite love. Find in the following article the necessary verses to move forward.
"Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom." Isaiah 40:28
In life, it is common for us to have guests in our home. We go to great lengths to entertain them, prepare food and drink, and find topics of conversation to make the visit enjoyable for everyone. We want them to feel comfortable and want to come back. But do we do the same with the Lord, and do we open our hearts to the Holy Spirit?
Often, we have a distant relationship with faith and behave in a cold and indifferent manner toward our Heavenly Father. We put up a defensive barrier in fear of not living up to divine expectations, and this prevents us from approaching Him. Life has made us cautious and we do not allow ourselves to truly connect with God.
"I thank and praise you, God of my ancestors: You have given me wisdom and power, you have made known to me what we asked of you, you have made known to us the dream of the king." Daniel 2:23
The problem is that by doing this, we drive the Lord away and lose a fundamental part of our life. We must let go of fears and insecurities in order to have a sincere connection with the Holy Spirit. We all have something to offer and in return, we also want to receive. It is important that we feel confident in the presence of God, our guest of honor in life.
In this relationship with the Lord, the most important and profound exchanges in our faith journey take place. If we do not feel this emotion and these feelings within ourselves, nothing will prosper in our environment. Just as the sun makes plants grow, trust is a precious commodity that is given without asking for anything in return. Jesus teaches us this on the cross when he invites us to welcome those who come into our dwelling place, into our heart.
"Who is wise and understanding among you? Let them show it by their good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom." James 3:13
For this exchange to be balanced, we must be open and willing to fully trust the Holy Spirit. But trusting does not mean abandoning ourselves completely; quite the contrary. We must choose to act with the blessings we have received from God and bless others with our love, kindness and compassion.
If we learn to trust in the Holy Spirit, everything around us will prosper. God always blesses us, accompanies us and listens to us at every moment. We must allow ourselves to enjoy good times with family and loved ones, remembering that our Heavenly Father is always with each of his sons and daughters, guiding us in every decision we make.
"Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock." Matthew 7:24
To open our hearts to the Holy Spirit, we must connect with ourselves and God in a space of our own. We must seek our sincere connection with the Lord, recognizing that we may already have an openness to Him.
If this is our case, we must carry His message to the people we know and surround us, reminding them that they are never alone, for our Heavenly Father is always with them.
By realizing this openness to Heavenly Father we can enjoy a deep and meaningful connection with God. We must allow ourselves to trust in His blessings and act with love, kindness and compassion in our daily lives. Only in this way will we have a chance to approach the path of light and eternal life with Jesus.