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Thoughts From The Bishop "Let The Holy Spirit Handle It!" Thoughts From The Bishop "Let The Holy Spirit Handle It!"

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Apostle M. R. Taylor · 11 years, 8 months ago

The Holy Spirit "Himself" Will Plead Your Case!

Romans 8:26 (AMP.) "So the (Holy) Spirit comes to our aid and bears us up in our weakness; for we do not know what prayer to offer nor how to offer it worthily as we ought, but the (Holy) Spirit Himself goes to meet our supplication (prayer) and pleads in our behalf with unspeakable yearnings and groanings too deep for utterance."

Praying in the Spirit is to pray with expectation! Expectation is: "The act of looking forward with certain confidence of anticipation of something."

Praying in the natural will not take you to the place (mind-set) of expectation. Praying in the natural will only leave you in a condition of "what you want to happen." Praying in the Spirit will take you to the place (mind-set) of anticipation of "what you know is going to happen!" When you have an expectation of something, this means that it is directly connected to what you are anticipating to happen!

Usually when you find that a person is "praying in the natural" it is because they have somehow gotten themselves into a "desperate situation" and now they are trying to pray themselves out of desperate situation (while using desperate prayers), not understanding that by praying "desperate prayers" in "desperate situations" they are limited as to what to say to God because they are more focused on what they are going through than as to what they are trying to say to God.

When we pray in the Spirit, we are praying "The Will of God" for our lives. Praying in the Spirit places at your availability "The Holy Spirit (Himself)" Who will intercede in your plea before God! It is the difference between "going to court with a lawyer" and, "going to court without a lawyer!"

"Let The Holy Spirit Handle It" because, He will meet our natural (desperate) prayers and plead them before God-The Father in our behalf in an "unspeakable language" that is too deep for our understanding!

Bishop M. R. Taylor




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