This was written after some study and message on the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. I do not claim to understand this and after studying and hearing speakers on the subject I still do not understand. But just because I do not understand does not mean it can not be, there is so much about God and Godís wisdom we will never know and can never begin to fathom.
Who Am I?
Who am I to say I understand;
To know what You have planned?
Who am I but fallible man?
You were here before time began.
Who Am I to say what You can do?
Who am I to know all that is true?
Who can see my heart and my mind?
Who can see my faults every single time?
Who am I to judge Your majesty?
You who formed the sky and sea?
Who am I to limit Your awesome power?
You who controls each and every hour?
Who am I?
So who am I who wants to say what is or what isnít? To question what has ended or what continues to be? What comes from the heart or what comes from the mind? Whose motives are pure or impure, selfish or God inspired? For personal gain or for the glory of the Lord? So who am I to question or damper the movement of the Holy Spirit? Who are you?
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Great job! This is so humbling and true. I am blessed to have been Baptized in the Holy Spirit and know the indescribably joy it is to speak in tongues. I know I was saved as a Pentecostal because my Father knows that was the only way I would truly be sure if it was faith or not. It is not something I would fake or do just to fit in. I do not know nor understand even a portion of His ways. What I do know is that God is good all the time and that is good enough for me. God bless. Keep serving. In Christ, Christian
15 Feb 2009
Yes, who are we? Very well put and explained...We cannot understand all the mysteries of the Lord. We just have to follow our hearts, and it is the Holy Spirit that gives us the understanding...I certainly don't understand so many things...Helen