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1 Corinthians 2:12 (NET)
Now we have not received the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, so that we may know the things that are freely given to us by God.
After Ugochukwu became baptized in the Holy Spirit, he realized that he had more power within him to do the things of God. Prayer became much easier and he could now pray for much longer. He had always desired to pray longer each day because he understood that that was the secret of walking in great supernatural power, but he did not have the ability to pray long until he became baptized in the Holy Spirit.
Ugochukwu became bolder and was now able to share the gospel with people he used to be too shy to share the gospel with. He also observed that when he now read the Bible, he understood it. There were now many things that he just now understood in his heart that he didn’t understand before. He also observed that he now understood the fear of the Lord and saw how it was the beginning of wisdom.
I have met Christians who underestimate the importance of spiritual knowledge and wisdom because they are more interested in spiritual power. What they do not understand is that great power that can only be revealed because of the right knowledge, and knowledge is power.
One kind of knowledge that the Holy Spirit brings is what I call native knowledge. It is like the kind of knowledge that a lion has and it knows that it is to roar and rule. Without this native knowledge, no matter how potentially power the animal is, it would never utilize this power.
Go into today thanking the Lord for the privilege to have the indwelling Holy Spirit.
Prayer: Lord, fill me with all spiritual wisdom and understanding (pray with Col 1:9-10).