A Saving Conviction

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Day 74 – June 8, 2020A Saving Conviction

“And when he comes, he will convict the world concerning sin and righteousness and judgment: concerning sin, because they do not believe in me; concerning righteousness, because I go to the Father, and you will see me no longer; concerning judgment, because the ruler of this world is judged.” – John 16:8-11
 
“The promise of the Holy Spirit is not limited to any age or to any race. Christ declared that the divine influence of His Spirit was to be with His followers unto the end. From the Day of Pentecost to the present time, the Comforter has been sent to all who have yielded themselves fully to the Lord and to His service. To all who have accepted Christ as a personal Saviour, the Holy Spirit has come as a counselor, sanctifier, guide, and witness.” 
– Acts of the Apostles, p. 49
 HEART QUESTIONS:Part of the Holy Spirit’s work is to convict of sin, righteousness, and judgment. These three elements of His work of conviction are represented in the Sanctuary and its services. In the courtyard is where the sacrifice for sin took place (pointing to Jesus on the Cross); in the Holy Place the three elements of experiencing the imparted righteousness of Christ were revealed in the Table of Showbread (Bible study), the Altar of Incense (Prayer), and the Candlestick (Spirit-filled witnessing). All of which were exemplified in the life of Christ as a model for us today; and in the Most Holy Place we are reminded of the importance and reality of the judgment as the High Priest only entered it on the Day of Atonement (Jesus engaging as our Great High Priest and in the investigative judgment on your behalf).In other words: The Holy Spirit’s work is to lead you into a salvific experience through faith in everything that Jesus has done and is doing for you.Can you see the important and beautiful work of the Holy Spirit? Will you joyfully embrace His work of conviction and let Him not only lead you to Jesus, but make you like Him in character in preparation for the Judgment?
Calling on Jesus in Our Urgent Need
 
Prayer Focus (Day 74)

PRAISE REPORTS: More and more churches have been able to upgrade their digital platforms to reach out and engage with the community online.John K.: It is amazing that during this terrible time, church members in our region have become more faithful in returning tithe and offerings. We met our tithe goal in May!  We are praying morning and evening during the 100 Days of Prayer. It has not only planted but deepened the prayer culture in my home. Last night my 2-year-old daughter called me at dawn and said “Daddy, it is time to pray!” I praise God and realize that He has planted what has been missing in my family – a culture of prayer.
 PRAYER REQUESTS:Pray for many, young and old, who are struggling with media addictions.Pray for members in Perth, Australia who are evangelizing through letterboxing in the local community.Pray for baby Tyson, in New Zealand who is on life support. The doctors want to remove the life support, but we believe God is working as he has opened his eyes, making noises and moving his feet.Pray for the Adventist Life Hope Center in downtown Nazareth. It offers English, computer, and health classes. Ask God to bless and grow this ministry, to protect and guide workers and reach hearts.Share Prayer Requests & Join DiscussionSpanish, French, Portuguese and Other LanguagesShareTweetForwardFeatured Resource“Trifling With God’s Spirit” – Ellen G. WhiteBiblical resources to grow your spiritual life.
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 … and much more!


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