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Do we who claim to be “born again” Christians commune and visit with our roommate, the Holy Spirit, throughout the day, or do we just accept the fact that he is present with us and just ignore him? He wants to be a vital part of our life; he wants to be our counselor and guide.
The bible tells us that when we receive Christ as our Savior the Holy Spirit moves into our body, and it becomes his holy temple, and he bears witness with our spirit, (that is- he makes himself and the things of God known to us in real way). How fortunate we are as Christians that where ever we are, and where ever we go, our roommate goes with us to be our companion; to keep us sealed unto salvation; to be our physician to keep us healthy and well; to be our lawyer in heaven, to keep us out of trouble with God the Father; to be our teacher, and to show us the things of God our Father, and Christ our Savior. It is he who empowers us to go forth sowing the seed of the Gospel so that others might be saved.
He is our lord's promise to us after his resurrection that when he ascended into heaven, he would send us another comforter who would abide with us forever. Let us not neglect him, but include him in all our conversation and daily activities.
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