Deuteronomy 4:32-34,39-40; Psalms 33:4-6,9,18-20,22; Romans 8:14-17; Matthew 28:16-20
Members of a Bible study group were discussing the Mystery of the Blessed Trinity. One woman in the group said, “the Holy spirit is my most immediate experience of God.” She went on to explain:
“Our experience of the Spirit is like wearing eyeglasses. The only time we really look at them is when we’re looking for them. Glasses are not to be seen, they are to be seen through. They are functioning best when we don’t notice them. We examine them to remove the specks and smears that draw attention to the glasses themselves. But when they’re sitting comfortably on our nose, we aren’t aware of them. Their best work is done when, through them, we can see the movie we are watching or the book we are reading.
“We don’t see our glasses when we wear them, but when we wear them we see!”
The Holy Spirit is like that. To look for the Holy Spirit and complain that we can’t…
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