LIVING IN THE SPIRIT
If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit (Galatians 5:25).
As Christians, we don’t go in and out of the Spirit; we live in the Spirit. Our theme verse makes it clear: it says, “Because we live in the Spirit, we should walk in the Spirit.” There’re two common expressions that
you find in the Bible for being in the Spirit. One is to be in a vision or trance where your physical senses are more or less suspended. However, that’s a temporal experience.
The other and more important expression of being in the Spirit is being born into the Spirit, where you become aware and alive to the spirit-realm through the Word and the Holy Ghost. You live in that consciousness even though you’re in this world and your physical senses are conscious of your natural environment.
In the latter, you’re living with the mindset of the heavenly being that you are. You see the same things with other people, but you have a different interpretation and a different understanding. You’re Spirit-ruled; you see things the Kingdom way; the Word of God dictates your
actions and responses to life and everything around you. You dominate your environment with the atmosphere of the Spirit. Hallelujah!
Thank you, precious Holy Spirit, for being my peculiar atmosphere and advantage in life. You’ve made my life so different and beautiful. I rule and dominate my world with an atmosphere of joy, peace, success, and victory, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Acts 1:8; Romans 8:9
1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Luke 10:1-24 & Joshua 20-22
2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Matthew 27:26-37 & Leviticus 4