Daily Devotional Luke 4:14-15 – Are you walking in the power of the Holy Spirit? Online Bible Study – Commentary in easy English – Day 137

Jesus returned to Galilee in the power of the Spirit, and news about him spread through the whole countryside. He was teaching in their synagogues, and everyone praised him. (Luke 4:14-15)

 

Many experience problems in the workplace. Perhaps a coworker is disrespectful or climbing the corporate ladder at your expense. Instead of quitting, ask the Holy Spirit to go to work with you. With the power of the Spirit with a humble attitude, everything changes.

 

But change takes time. During the first year of Jesus’ ministry, Jesus performs miracles (changing water into wine) and tells of God’s grace (Samaritan woman at the well). All of the Gospels, except Matthew’s, skip the first year of his ministry. It wasn’t until the second year that people’s hearts changed. The Spirit enabled his messages to be heartfelt as news about him spread and everyone praised him.

 

Dearest God, send your Holy Spirit into our workplaces and into our homes so we can have your power. Then, use us, Lord, to glorify you.

Daily Devotional Luke 4:14-15 – Are you walking in the power of the Holy Spirit? Online Bible Study – Commentary in easy English – Day 137

2 thoughts on “Daily Devotional Luke 4:14-15 – Are you walking in the power of the Holy Spirit? Online Bible Study – Commentary in easy English – Day 137

  1. The first thing that I thought about is kids in high school. It made me chuckle to think about how many kids ask God to walk with them as they take a test. I feel like people ask God to walk with them all the time and perhaps don’t even realize it. I feel that I have asked God to be with me a lot in the last couple of years, trying to get through stressful times. The stressful times are still going on and I keep asking God to be with me and give me wisdom and strength. As I think about the future, I certainly hope it is less stressful. Then it is important to remember to ask God to walk with you during the good times too. I guess that is remembering to be grateful and knowing who to say thank you to!

    1. We often ask God to walk with us during the tests of life. But you’re definitely right about thanking God and remembering to ask Him to walk with us during the good times when we are walking the right path so we don’t get off course.

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