The Holy Spirit...Let's get it right! By Pastor Riley


The Holy Spirit…..Let’s get it right!
                                                                                                                                              By Pastor F. M. Riley
                                                                                                                               March 25, 2013

     The words of the Lord God Himself to His church,

     “I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.
     Howbeit, when He, the Spirit of truth, is come, He will guide you into all truth: for He shall not speak of Himself; but whatsoever He shall hear, that shall He speak: and He will show you things to come.
     He shall glorify Me: for He shall receive of Mine, and shall show it unto you.
     All things that the Father hath are Mine: therefore said I, that He shall take of Mine, and shall show it unto you.”
                                                                                                         John 16:12-15
Introduction

     “The Holy Spirit told me…..”  “The Holy Spirit showed me…..”  The Holy Spirit led me…..” “The Holy Spirit moved me…..”  “No one can be saved unless they are baptized in the Holy Spirit and speak in tongues.”   “No one is going to be saved during the Tribulation, for the Holy Spirit will be removed from the earth when the rapture occurs!”  “The Holy Spirit…”  The Holy Spirit…”  The Holy Spirit…”  Blah!  Blah!  Blah! And on and on and on….
     Have any of these people ever read or even considered,  “For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace as in all churches of the saints,” 1 Corinthians 14:33?   Well…???
     Such confusion about the Holy Spirit is the work of men [and women] who never seriously study the Scriptures about anything.   Like “dumb parrots” they just repeat what they have heard others say about the Holy Spirit until the “false teachings” about the Holy Spirit permeate their minds until they accept what they have heard as Scriptural truth without any real Scriptural proof.      
     This study is written to give Scriptural answers to some of the questions I have been asked about the Holy Spirit, and to refute with Scripture some of the “false teachings” being circulated in the ranks of Christianity today about the Holy Spirit.   Those readers who truly want more Scriptural light on this subject are encouraged to read on…..

Claim…..The Holy Spirit was not even in the world until the Day of Pentecost!

     From the dawn of human history the Holy Spirit has been in the world working among mankind.  In Genesis 1:2, the inspired Word explicitly states, “And the earth was [became] without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep [the abyss].  And the Spirit of God moved [brooded] upon the face of the waters.” 
     Here is the very first reference to the Holy Spirit in the inspired Word of God, and it tells those of us who are true believers a great deal about the work of the Holy Spirit.  
     OBJECTION…..“Oh no!  This Scripture doesn’t say this was the Holy Spirit!  It just says the Spirit of God.”   Is that so?   Well, if this is not a reference to the Holy Spirit of God, then would you say it is a reference to the “UNHOLY” Spirit of God?   Well…???   Hello!   Idiocy!
     In this first reference in God’s Word to the work of the Holy Spirit, we see the original earth [Ecclesiastes 3:11] being brought into a state of waste and desolation [tohu wa bohu].  I highly suspect that this was on the occasion of the “anointed cherub” [Satan] rebelling against God [Ezekiel 28:11-19], when actual warfare broke out between the wicked angels which followed Satan in his rebellion and the angels of God who remained loyal to their Creator, Matthew 24:21.  The result of that war between the angelic hosts was that the original creation was brought into a state of ruin, to the extent that water [frozen] and total darkness covered the entire surface of the earth.   Significantly, this
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perfectly typifies the situation of mankind, who was created in a state of sinless innocence, but through Adam’s own willful  disobedience, the darkness and ruin of sin and death passed upon all mankind, Romans 5:12.  
     The Heavenly Father was obviously not satisfied with the earth being in a state of ruin and desolation, therefore the Holy Spirit brooded over “the face of the waters.”  The Hebrew word translated as “moved” in this Scripture is the word, “rehap.”  This Hebrew word literally means, “to be moved; affected; with the feeling of tender love; to cherish; to shake; to brood as a hen upon her eggs to bring forth life.”  See Genesis Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon, page 766, Strong’s No. 7363.  That the Holy Spirit is “the Spirit of life” is stated so plainly and repeatedly  in the Scriptures that no one willing to deal honestly with God’s Word can deny it.  See Romans 8:2, 8:10-11, 2 Corinthians 3:6, Galatians 6:7-8, and numerous other similar Scriptures. So it is obvious that the moving of the Holy Spirit over “the face of the waters” in Genesis 1:2 was in order to bring back or restore life to the dead planet.  This first mention of the Holy Spirit then sets forth the work of the Holy Spirit throughout human history.   
     When the Lord God created the earth, He was creating a planet for which He had a great purpose.  We know this to be so, because the earth is the only heavenly body in the solar system, or for that matter, in the whole universe, of which it is recorded in the Scriptures that when the Lord God laid the foundations of the earth, “the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy,” Job 38:4-7.  Obviously these angelic hosts knew that God had a great purpose for this planet and that it was being created to fulfill this wonderful, special purpose.  Such a statement is never made in reference to any other planet or heavenly body in the entire Bible.  For the Lord God then to see the earth which He had created, brought into such a state of ruin, “waste and desolation,” must have grieved the heart of the Lord God.   He then sent His Holy Spirit to “brood” over the cold frozen waters of the earth in order to bring heat and warmth and life back to the earth again.  How great is our God!      
     After the same manner, when the Lord God saw fallen mankind, lost in sin and unbelief, He grieved over mankind and sent His Holy Spirit to warm and enlighten the cold heart of the fallen sinner, that they might come to salvation in Christ and have light and life.   Read 1 John 4:10-14.   Are YOU saved?  Do YOU know the Lord Jesus Christ in the salvation of your soul from sin?   Is He your Savior?   If not, why not?   He has provided everything fallen man needs in order to be saved.    All that is necessary to be saved  is that one enlightened [convicted] by His Holy Spirit respond in simple, child like, faith, believing that the Lord Jesus died for your sins at Calvary, and receiving the Lord Jesus into your heart as your Savior.  Read John3:16; 3:36, Acts 4:12; 16:30-31, and Romans 10:8-13.  Won’t you believe and receive Him today?   Read Luke 15:7; 15:10. 
    
Proof…The Holy Spirit under the Old Covenant

     It is those who don’t really pay attention to what they are reading in God’s Word who claim that the Holy Spirit is going to be taken out of the world.   The Holy Spirit was in the world in the beginning as pointed out in Genesis 1:2, and has been in the world throughout human history. 
     The Scriptures explicitly state and teach that under the Old Covenant Dispensation of Law, the Holy Spirit came upon men, rather than indwelling them, and sometimes departed from the same man or men upon whom the Spirit had come.   See the example of King Saul, the first king of Israel, 1 Samuel 10:6; 16:14.  Further, the Scriptures explicitly state that the Holy Spirit spake by the mouth of David, Acts 1:16. These inspired Scriptures make it quite plain that the Holy Spirit was in the world during the days of King Saul and King David.   But also…..
     The Word of God explicitly states that the entire Old Testament was written by “holy men of God”  who were “moved by the Holy Spirit,” 2 Peter 1:19-21.  This then tells us that every book in the Old Testament was written by a true “man of God” writing under the direct supervision and inspiration of the Holy Spirit of God.   Since the Old Testament books of the Bible were written from the time of Moses through the life of Malachi, then it is obvious that the Holy Spirit was in the world working among mankind through all of those centuries.   Hello!
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Proof…In the New Testament

     All of our readers are already aware that the Holy Spirit came down upon the Lord’s church on the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2.  But how many are aware that the Holy Spirit was already active in the world at least 33 years before the Day of Pentecost?   Oh yes He was!
     In Matthew 1:18 is the record of Mary, the mother of Christ, being “found with child of the Holy Spirit.”  Then in verse 20 it is explicitly stated, “for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit.”   See also Luke 1:26-38.   This makes it clear that the Holy Spirit was working in the world at least 33 years and nine months before the Day of Pentecost events in Acts 2.    
     In Luke 1:5-25 is the record of Gabriel, an angel of God, coming to Zecharias  to announce that his wife Elisabeth would bear him a son in his old age.   In making this announcement, Gabriel specifically told Zecharias that this promised son was to be called “John,” and that he shall be filled with the Holy Spirit,  even from his mother’s womb,” 1:15.  Glory to God!
     In Luke 1:39-45 is the inspired record of John the Baptist being carried in the womb of his mother, Elisabeth, before he was even born.  When Mary, the mother of the Lord Jesus came to visit Elisabeth,  the Scriptures explicitly state, “And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb, and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit.”  Verse 45 explicitly states that John had leaped in his mother’s womb “for joy.”   Folks, this was 33 years or more before the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2.  Now can any reader willing to deal honestly with God’s Word then deny that the Holy Spirit was in the world long before the events of Acts 2?    Well…???

Proof…The Baptism of Christ

     Nearly thirty years later, the Lord Jesus Christ went to John the Baptist to be baptized [immersed], Matthew 3:13-17.   As Christ came up out of the water the Scripture says, “And Jesus, when He was baptized, went up straightway out of the water: and, lo, the heavens were opened unto Him, and He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lighting upon Him:  And lo, a voice from Heaven, saying, This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”   What was actually taking place on this occasion?   Two things! 
     [1]   Christ was fulfilling the requirements of the Law of God to serve in the office of High Priest between God and man, Exodus 29:4.  Notice that the High Priest was to be “washed with water” before putting on his “holy garments.”   Read the statement of Christ Himself as He answered John in Matthew 3:15 and let the truth soak in.  
     [2]    The baptism of Christ and everything that happened on that occasion was to clearly identify Christ as the promised Messiah and Savior of Israel.  In John 1:32-33 the Scriptures explicitly state, “And John bare record, saying, I saw the Spirit descending from Heaven like a dove, and it abode upon Him.  And I knew Him not: but He that sent me to baptize with water, the same said unto me, Upon whom thou shalt see the Spirit descending and remaining on Him, the same is He which baptizeth with the Holy Spirit.”  Glory to God!   Hallelujah!   Praise the Lord! 
      Here in these Scriptures is an account of the Holy Spirit of God at work at least three years and six months or more before the Holy Spirit came upon the Lord’s church as recorded in Acts 2. 
     OBJECTION:   But some today object by pointing to John 7:38-39, where the Lord said, “He that believeth on Me, as the Scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living waters.  (But this spake He of the Spirit, which they that believe on Him should receive: for the Holy Spirit was not yet given; because that Jesus was not yet glorified.”   Some today assume that this means that the Holy Spirit had not yet even come into the world.  Nonsense!   What it means is that the Holy Spirit had not yet been given as the “power” [dunamis] and “Comforter” upon the Lord’s church, and in His “indwelling” presence in each New Covenant believer.  See John 14:16-17 and Luke 24:45-49.  

Proof…The Holy Spirit is God

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     Even some believers today still can’t seem to comprehend the real position of the Holy Spirit as set forth in the inspired Word.   The Holy Spirit is literally and actually GOD, just as the Father is God and the Son is God, Matthew 28:19.  As such the Holy Spirit is the third person in the Divine Triune Godhead.  I would emphasize that God is Omni-presentThis literally means that in the person of His Holy Spirit, God is always present everywhere at all times beholding everything going on in His whole kingdom in the Heavens and in the earth.  Proverbs 15:3 explicitly states, “The eyes of the Lord are in every place, beholding the evil and the good.”  This is why the Psalmist was inspired to write, “Whither shall I go from Thy Spirit?  Or whither shall I flee from Thy presence?” Psalm 139:7-12.   Praise the Lord God of Heaven that He is always there, watching over those who believe and guiding, guarding, protecting, blessing, and caring for His children.   Hallelujah!  Glory to God!   He is also always there waiting for lost men and women, boys and girls, to reach out to Him in humble, sincere faith and be saved.   Folks, salvation is only a prayer away from those who are lost in sin.   If any of our readers are lost in sin and despair, won’t you utter that simple prayer of faith to the Lord today and allow God to become your Father and your God and take away your sin?  In doing so, His Holy Spirit will literally enter into you and take up residence in your heart and soul as you pass from death unto life, John 5:24. 
Proof…The “Legal” transfer of God’s Authority

     Every New Covenant believer knows, or ought to know, that we New Covenant believers  today are not living under the Old Covenant of the Law in our salvation relationship to God.   We who are true believers today live and serve the Lord “by grace through faith,” Ephesians 2:8-10.  
     But precisely because we New Covenant believers are not under the Law in relation to our salvation, some believers totally ignore the Biblical truth that God is first and foremost a God of “justice and judgment,” Genesis 18:19; Psalm 89:14.  By this I mean that everything God has done since the beginning, everything He is doing today, and everything He is going to do in the future, has been done and is carried out according to “legal procedures” set forth in His own Divine Law and Word.   This is exactly why Christ had to die in our place; in order that God’s “justice and judgment” might be upheld even in the extending of His mercy to every true believer today.  Some or even many readers may have never studied God’s Great Plan of the Ages from this “legal” viewpoint, but it is right there in God’s Word for all to see who want to carefully study it out.   In fact, the careful student of the Word will find the “justice and judgment” of Almighty God connected together in the Scriptures 21 times.  Now tell me, how many judgments are explicitly stated to be poured out upon the earth during the coming Tribulation period?  Well…??? 
     When God brought the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt some 3,400 years ago, He then made a “covenant” with them, giving them “legal” authority to represent Him on the earth as His chosen nation and people, Exodus 19:5-6..  But the Jewish people turned away from the Lord and did not continue in His Covenant, Isaiah 59:1-21.  Carefully read this entire chapter in Isaiah..  It is one of the most heartbreaking revelations of “the love of God” towards Israel in all of God’s Word, laying bare the heartache and sorrow of God Himself over His chosen nation and people.  The crowning insult towards God was the rejection and crucifixion of His dear Son whom He sent to them to call Israel and the Jewish people to repentance and salvation, Hosea 5:15; Matthew 15:24.               
      But no man takes God by surprise!   God knew “the end from the beginning” and therefore was already prepared to temporarily set Israel aside as His “legal” representative on earth, and give “legal authority” to His church to become His representative on earth during this present “dispensation of grace.”  This is exactly what occurred on the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2.  The “dunamis” or power of God though the out pouring of God’s Holy Spirit was transferred from Old Covenant Israel to the Lord’s New Covenant Church.   Has the significance of this “date” ever occurred to any of our readers?  
      Any practicing religious Jew today can tell you that the old Covenant of Law was given to Moses to give to Israel on the day of Pentecost.   Then is it just “coincidence” that the transfer of “legal authority” to represent God on earth was taken from Israel and transferred to the Lord’s church on the
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Day of Pentecost?    Think about it!   

Proof…Legal authority to be returned to Israel

     But I would also remind our readers that God’s Covenant with Israel was an “everlasting covenant.” Leviticus 24:8.  Israel violated and broke the covenant, but the Lord God didn’t!   Every covenant that God has made is an “everlasting covenant,” Ecclesiastes 3:14, and God has never violated or broken a single covenant He has ever madeTherefore the Lord’s church will ultimately be removed from this earth by the resurrection and rapture, according to the terms of our own New Covenant, and God will renew His “everlasting covenant” with Israel to once more make them His  “legal” representative on earth among mankind.     
      Now when was the “legal” authority transferred from Israel and bestowed upon the Lord’s church?  It occurred on the Day of Pentecost as recorded in Acts 2.   When did the Lord God originally choose Israel as His “legal” representative on the earth?   On the Day of Pentecost at Mt. Sinai as recorded  in the Book of Exodus.   Then when would we expect the transfer of this authority as God’s “legal” representative on earth to be given back to Israel again?   It certainly appears that it would take place on the Day of Pentecost.   Is there any Scriptural reason to expect this?   Let’s see…..

Proof…The Great End-Time Revival

     It is commonly taught by many in the ranks of Christianity today that there will be a “great revival” that will sweep over the whole earth at the end of this age just before the resurrection and rapture of the Lord’s New Covenant church, and they base this “false teaching” on the prophecy of Joel 2:28-32. 
     I have repeatedly encouraged true believers to seriously study this passage for themselves, carefully comparing it with the passage in Acts 2:16-21.  Any serious study of the two passages will reveal that they are not the same!   The two passages are not worded the same, are not in the same context, and do not even refer to the same dispensations of time.   I couldn’t care less who thinks and claims otherwise!   I can read just as well as the so-called “great scholars” and “Professor Big Shot” and “Dr. Know It All.”  These fellows read these passages and because the wording is SIMILAR [that means it is not the same] they assume both passages have reference to the same or similar events, and then tell others with great dogmatism that the passages are saying the same thing.   Nothing could be farther from the truth! 
     I want to make it very clear to our readers that my comments are not a slam against an educated ministry.  Rather, I am simply making the point that education does not qualify a person to set themselves up as an “authority” on God Word.   Unless one seriously studies the Word with an humble spirit in order to learn,  they are not only “ignorant” of the Scriptures, but they will stay that way.    
     Serious Bible students know what occurred on the Day of Pentecost as recorded in Acts 2.   But some are also expecting this same event to be repeated with a great end-time revival just before the rapture, based on their own faulty understanding of the similar passage in Joel 2.  
     Now tell me….why would there be a great end revival that would sweep through the ranks of Christianity all over the whole world, calling millions of Christian believers back to a close walk with God, and resulting in the salvation of millions of lost people, only to be immediately followed by the terrible judgments of the Tribulation period being poured out upon mankind?   This dumb theory doesn’t even make logical sense!  Those teaching this nonsense should hang their heads in shame for such a corruption of God’s Word.     
       Then where does Joel 2:28-32 fit into the prophetic picture?   I’m so glad you asked…..
      The prophecies of God’s Word plainly and explicitly teach that the Lord God will renew His Covenant with Israel and the Jewish people AFTER the Lord’s church has been removed from this earth by the resurrection and rapture, Jeremiah 31:31-34; Hebrews 8:10-12; 10:16-17; Isaiah 55:3; 61:8-11.  Since God’s original covenant with Israel was made on the Day of Pentecost at Mt. Sinai, and since the “legal” authority to represent God on earth was transferred from Israel to the Lord’s church on the Day of Pentecost¸ then what would be the logical time for God to renew His covenant with Israel?   Our readers who can’t figure this one out really do need some help. 
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Claim…The Holy Spirit will be taken out of the world at the Rapture!

     This silly claim is based on 2 Thessalonians 2:6-7.  I have learned over my many years in the Lord’s ministry, that if one really wants to know the truth of a passage in God’s Word, then the passage should be read carefully and attention should be diligently paid to what the passages is actually and literally saying.  So let’s examine these Scriptures in depth.
     “And now ye [true believers] know what withholdeth that he [the man of sin] might be revealed in his time
     For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only He who now letteth [restraineth] will let [continue to restrain], until He be taken out of the way,” 2 Thessalonians 2:6-7.       
     Folks, I have always loved books since I was a wee little child.  As a result I easily learned my A-B-C’s in my first grade in school, and began reading everything I could get my hands on.   I also learned how to write and SPELL.   The old-fashioned “spelling bees” were a snap for me.   Now I dropped in this personal tidbit in order to point out that some so-called “Bible teachers” living today apparently haven’t devoted much time to learning how to read or to spell.  
     The last time I checked, the word “way,” was spelled W-A-Y, and the word “world” was spelled W-O-R-L-D.   These are two completely different words with two completely different meanings, both of which are spelled differently.   Now which one of these words occurs in 2 Thessalonians 2:7?   Well…???
     As a young man I also enjoyed going hunting, fishing, and camping.   When I would drive out into the countryside on the way to some hunting or fishing or camping area, I would almost inevitably come to some place where there was a fence across the country road blocking my way into the area to which I wanted to go.   My my!   Now what was to be done?   Well, I can quickly tell our readers what I did not do.   I did not tear the fence down and haul it off into the next county so that I could drive on down the road.  No!   I just opened the gate and laid it back out of “the wayand then proceeded to wherever I had intended to go. Is this too hard for some to understand?  Hello!  
     This Scripture in 2 Thessalonians 2:7 absolutely does not teach that the Holy Spirit will be taken out of “the world.”  Rather, in context it teaches that the Restrainer; the Holy Spirit of God will be taken out of the wayin order for the coming anti-christ to be revealed.   Is this simple truth  just too hard for some readers to understand?   Well…???

Applications and Conclusion

     I have barely skimmed the surface on what could be written about the person and work of the Holy Spirit of God, but what I have set forth makes it quite clear that the Holy Spirit has been in the world ever since the beginning, and will continue to be in the world in the future.  
     Folks, we believers living today who are seriously studying the inspired prophecies of God’s Word are well aware that we are living right at the end of this present “dispensation of grace.”  The terrible Tribulation is staring humanity in the face RIGHT NOW!   Therefore it should be glaringly obvious that the Pre-tribulation resurrection and rapture of God’s people could now occur at any minute of any day.   Galatians 1:4 explicitly states that the Lord Jesus Christ “gave Himself for our sins, that [in order] He might deliver us from this present evil world, according to the will of God and our Father.” Notice that New Covenant believers are to be delivered out of “this present evil world [aion…age].”  Not out of the next age, but out of this one!   Not out of the Tribulation, but out of this present “dispensation of grace.”  Hello!      
     And here we are RIGHT NOW with “the end” of this present dispensation staring us in the face!  In fact, as I write today is the first day of “Unleavened Bread” on the Jewish calendar.   Yesterday was “Passover” on the Jewish calendar.  This coming Sunday will be “first fruits” on the Jewish calendar and this year that observance will also fall on Easter, the day the whole pagan religious world has set aside to observe the resurrection of Christ.     For those of our readers who may have never studied the Jewish Holy Days, “first fruits” is the actual day the Lord Jesus Christ arose from the grave some 2,000 years ago.   Therefore it is entirely “possible” that this day could also be the day the resurrection
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and rapture of New Covenant believers occurs.  
     NO!  I am not saying that the rapture will occur on this “date.”  I refuse to set a “date,” unlike many
others so dogmatically do today.   All I know from the serious study of the prophecies of  God’s inspired Word is that the time for the resurrection and rapture of New Covenant believers IS CLOSE!   I leave the actual “date” to the Lord God to bring to pass at His own “appointed time.”  
     However, since all the “signs” set forth in the prophetic Scriptures to occur preceding the Tribulation period have occurred or are occurring RIGHT NOW, it seems glaringly obvious that the coming of our Lord to resurrect and rapture His Gentile bride [church] to glory is “right at the doors,” Matthew 24:33; Revelation 3:8: 3:10.  If New Covenant believers should be  raptured on “first fruits” or on any other day this Spring [Songs 2:8-13; Psalm 113:7-8],  then wouldn’t the Day of Pentecost be the logical time for the Lord God to renew His Covenant with Israel by pouring out His Holy Spirit upon the Jewish people again and thereby transferring “legal authority” back to them to again represent Him on the earth? 
     And what would be the result of such an outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon Israel again at this time?   I am certain that immediately 144,000 Jews would be saved, sealed, and commissioned by the Lord to carry the gospel of Christ and redemption throughout the whole world, and MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WOULD BE SAVED in the greatest end-time revival ever seen in human history.  Read all about it for yourself  in Revelation 7.  It will occur AFTER the beginning of the Tribulation and during the Tribulation.   It does not occur during this present dispensation!    
     Dear readers, are YOU ready for the coming of the Lord?   Do YOU have the sweet assurance of forgiven sin by the indwelling presence of God’s Holy Spirit within?   If not, why not?   God the Father gave His Son to pay YOUR sin debt.   God the Son gave His own life at Calvary for the love of your soul and mine, opening “the way” of salvation for us all, and God the Holy Spirit is still dealing with the hearts of men and women, boys and girls, to bring them to salvation in Christ.   Read John 3:3-8, 3:16, 3:36, 5:24, 14:6, Acts 4:12, 16:30-31, 20:20-21, Romans 10:8-13, and Ephesians 2:8-10.  Act on these Scriptures by calling on the Lord God in faith, and asking Him to come into your heart and become your Savior, and you will be saved.   May God grant every reader the grace to believe is my prayer for you.  
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