Updated: Feb 27
You fellowship with him through his voice. The Holy Spirit comes with a loud voice, a small, still voice, a silent voice, and a crying voice.
A small still voice is what Elijah heard, but a loud voice is what Jesus heard. A loud voice comes to endorse your ministry, and this is what was heard by the people in John 12:28.
Father, exalt your name! Then a voice came from heaven, "I have glorified it, and will glorify it again." Still, the voice comes to direct your next assignment.
Elijah on the mountain was directed to anoint three people. Hazel, Jehu, and Elisha. The crying voice is a reproach because he will be grieved. This is what Adam heard and was afraid of in Genesis 3. The Silent Voice was to reveal mysteries in the Kingdom. This is what the heavens heard.
Revelation 8:1 When he opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour.
As a result, you must master the attitude of the Spirit's voices.
You learn to fellowship with the Holy Spirit by accepting him as a person.
At Pentecost, the believers were not looking for power, but for a person. Power came in the form of the Holy Spirit, someone with whom they could commune.
God is a place and a person.
The place is Christ, but the person is the Holy Spirit. And I will pray to the Father that he will give you another helper, that he may abide with you forever. The Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive because it does not see or know Him, but you know Him because He dwells with you and will be in you (John 14:16-17).
When Jesus said another... he meant the same as me.
He went on to say, "I will not leave you, orphans." I will come to you.
In John 14:18, Jesus was saying, "the Holy Spirit will be with you just as I have been with you."
Throughout the Book of Acts, we see the Person of the Holy Spirit actively present, leading, speaking, and manifesting.
The Bible says.. do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption in Eph 4:30.
So the Holy Spirit has a mind, will, emotions, and a voice.
The Holy Spirit is a person, so he has feelings.
Accept that he is a person even if you can't see him. Accepting his yoke brings us into fellowship with him.
My yoke is simple, and my burden is light.
No man can claim to be free unless he is enslaved, because FREEDOM IS ORDAINED IN SLAVERY, but you must understand what kind of slave you are and who you are paying alliance to for your slavery.
Acts 20:22 And now I am bound by the Spirit to go to Jerusalem. I don’t know what awaits me.
God has a yoke and a burden, and his yoke is permanent. It can't be removed. But the yoke of the devil is also permanent and you can't remove it. The Spirit leads you and gives you revelations on how to deal with what's yoking you, besides him yoking you. He is the giver of gifts, and if he gives you something, he yokes you.
Any spirit that wants to help you will yoke you first because whatever that will take you far must first chain you.
For you Gentiles, Paul the Prisoner of Jesus Christ, Eph 3:1–4: Paul, a prisoner of the Lord, beseeches you that you walk worthy of the DIVINE CALLING to which you were called.
In Phil 3:12, Paul testified about the purpose for which they arrested him and that he must be arrested again.
If you don't accept divine yokes and burdens, you can't fellowship with him.
Praise Him with music Proverbs 8: The Holy Spirit is God's wisdom, and He was the first person to sing for God before angels, so He loves music.
22. The Lord possessed me at the beginning of his way, before his works of old.
23. I have existed since the beginning of time, or since the creation of the earth.24.
When there were no depths, I was brought forth; when there were no fountains abounding with water,
Before the mountains were settled, before the hills were brought forth (26) when he had not yet created the earth, the fields, or the highest part of the world's dust,
I was present when he prepared the heavens; I was present when he placed a compass on the face of the depths.
When he established the clouds above, when he strengthened the fountains of the deep.
When he gave to the sea his decree that the waters should not pass his commandment, when he appointed the foundations of the earth, 30.
Then I was with him, as one raised with him, and I was his daily delight, always rejoicing in front of him.
Verse 30 He was singing to God.
So if you hate music, you can't fellowship with him.
Communion with Him in Tongues: The first thing the Holy Spirit did when he arrived was to release tongues before miracles, so if you speak in tongues, you are fellowshipping with him because tongues are a Heavenly language that He gave to us.
Communicate with him via his written word.
When Paul says in 2 Timothy 3:16 that all Scripture is God-breathed, it does not mean that the human authors were inspired but that the Scripture itself is the product of inspiration. The word came to us from the inner being of God, as he breathed it out.
If 2 Timothy 3:16 speaks to the product, then 2 Peter 1:21 speaks to the process.
So we have both products and processes. For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit. Being carried along by the Holy Spirit, the men spoke from God.
In other words, the Holy Spirit was the divine agent who carried, led, or conducted the authors of Scripture so that what they were writing was God-breathed Scripture.
So if you hate the word, you can't fellowship with him.
Carrie simply means to bring something like an object or a message, i.e., to carry or lead someone from one place to another.
But because the word "spirit" can also mean wind or breath, it means that the authors who wrote it were like ships driven by the wind.
Your fellowship with him through the wind The wind
carries human life.
Divine Life, Diabolic Life.
If you can't sense the wind, then you can't fellowship with the Holy Spirit.
The father appeared as fire. That's why the bible says he is a consuming fire.
Jesus came as a lion and a lamp.
The Holy Spirit came as a wind in Acts 2, so if you can't discern the wind, then you can't hear him.