December 17, How to Cultivate the spirit’s Companionship


Can two walk together, except they be agreed?
—Amos 3:3
Now this is what is known as a rhetorical question; it is equivalent to a positive declaration that two cannot walk together except they be agreed, and for two to walk together they must be in some sense one.
They also have to agree that they want to walk together, and they have to agree that it is to their advantage to travel together. I think you will see that it all adds up to this: For two to walk together voluntarily they must be, in some sense, one.
I am talking now about how we can cultivate the Spirit’s fellowship, how we can walk with Him day by day and hour by hour….I am going to give you [a] few little pointers to help you into a better life.
Point one is that the Holy Spirit is a living Person. He is the third Person of the Trinity. He is Himself God, and as a Person, He can be cultivated; He can be wooed and cultivated the same as any person can be. HTB049, 053
No true Christian can be habitually more engaged in the service of the world and of sin, than in the service of God. His obedience, though not perfect, is habitual. DTC204
Tozer on the Holy Spirit.


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