When we go through the lights of the Holy Spirit, we see the opposite. Instead of a life dedicated to identity, we know a life devoted to community and friendship. The Holy Spirit had to please his internal division to belong to the group. The fire of the Holy Spirit creates a group of believers around the main objective: to live in a blessed life.
It is the beauty of the image of the languages stored in our clips. Although we do not have time to examine this image in detail, we can quickly see that the Holy Spirit has descended. One of the contracts is one of the biggest and most difficult obstacles in the world. Both had a "communication problem."
But we are all in the fire of the Holy Spirit.
There was no other way.
Instead, it brought together hearts, thoughts, and spirits. The language was no longer an obstacle, but a magnet that used the fire of the Holy Spirit to achieve unity and harmony.
A place that enjoys the fire of the Holy Spirit is in constant communication with God and with others. The Holy Spirit must reconcile us to God, our Creator, and our Savior. The fire of the Holy Spirit is one of the pillars of the community of love and life.
Some time ago, a group of children went camping. Some of our parents had no time or experience for the field trip, so they organized a trip and left us. They wanted to enjoy their taste outdoors. Instead, they wanted to learn more about outdoor activities.
One of the best moments before the fire was listening and sharing stories.
When the flames are getting bigger, we sit for hours and talk about God and life. Something unique happened around this fire.
We share our lives and communicate with each other; we are connected and have deep friendships and love.
The same applies to the fire of the Holy Spirit. We see that God does not have a "concentration" that is self-centered. According to John 14-17, Jesus often teaches and needs constant communication between God, a person, a person, a person, and an individual.
Jesus came to do more than save our souls. Jesus came to give us contact. And he shows us every time we read with him and his students. It shows us how we see people who leave all social strata and form a community of love and society. It does this by spreading the fire of the Holy Spirit, which can burn the spirit of identity and replace it with compassion and kindness.
The choice is obvious: we can live alone and eventually die in hell forever. Or we can let the Holy Spirit communicate with us and lead a beautiful life in Paradise. We can live forever in harmony with God, others, and his creation.
Third. Third, we see that one fire focuses primarily on memory (hellfire), while the other flames focus on renewal and renewal (flame of the Holy Spirit).
Although the rich lost all their wealth and salvation, they did not lose their memory. Remember how much joy living in the world brought you. Remember your family and even your prayer. However, the only memories were that he could no longer communicate with his family and that prayers were no longer an alternative. I only had memories.
All this leads to a somewhat shocking point to keep in mind. According to the same image of Jesus, one of the groups most interested in leading others to salvation is suffering in hell. Although some groups do not want to believe in hell, this person may not be convinced. He knew that hell is real because he suffers and suffers. For him, hell was not a theological debate. He was there, and he remembered life on earth, and he didn't want anyone to come to this place.
Praise the Lord that we don't have to live like this, but we can renew and restore the Holy Spirit through fire.
Pentecostal fire does not go out, or at least they should not die. Instead, it helps us, and you become a permanent image of Christ. Every day the Holy Spirit burns foam in our lives. Every day, through His transforming presence, we are called to be more like Jesus. Every day the image of God is renewed in our hearts, minds, and lives.
There is no growth in hell. But the power of the Holy Spirit is ever-growing. Because of where life is, there is growth. Henry von Henry Newman was right when he said: "Growth is the only proof of life."
And while our growth may sometimes seem slow or small, the reality is in the Holy Spirit; we work in Christ. The blessing is always a step forward - it forever applies to Jesus.
Every day we can enjoy a growing and renewed relationship with Jesus and the fruits of the Holy Spirit more in our lives.
We walk only objectively and openly, open and sensitive to the fire of our Holy Spirit.
Two Fires are Forever, each in different dimensions.
One of the sad things about hell is that visitors have no rent or accommodation. Hell is only for eternity. There are no weekends or even motels where we can go to hell if we decide. Hell, only has a one-way ticket.
Hell is a place of constant death, pain, and suffering. It is a place of sadness and eternal passion. Hell is endless, unchanging.
Paradise is also eternal. There are also no holiday cottages or tour packages for permanent residents only.