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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • The Holy Breath
    Thursday, March 8, 2018
    “Ruach” is Hebrew for breath. It’s the most basic thing you need for life, even more, basic than food or water. From birth to death, every moment of your life must be filled with breath or else you die. Ruach also means Spirit. So, the Holy Spirit can also be called the Holy Breath. In John 20:22, Messiah breathed on His disciples and said, “Receive the Holy Spirit.” In Hebrew, He said, “Receive the Holy Breath.” The Holy Spirit is the Holy Breath of God. It’s His breath filling your life because you need Him every moment of your life. As much as your body needs air, so your heart needs the Holy Spirit. Living by the Spirit is as basic as breathing. You can’t have the joy of being alive without air. And you can’t be spiritually alive without the Spirit. So if you want to be alive, breathe. Get a breath of fresh Ruach. Live, walk, breathe, and rejoice in the Spirit. Stop holding your breath and receive the Ruach. For the Holy Spirit is the Holy Breath. It’s as simple as breathing.
    From Message #623 - Ruach 
    Scripture: Ezekiel 37:9
    TODAY'S MISSION - Today, learn what it means that the Holy Spirit is the Holy Breath. Get a breath of fresh Ruach and walk in His Spirit.
    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn