How Then Shall We Respond?
In his letter to the Galatian church, the Apostle Paul wrote, “Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh.” Over this past month, we’ve looked carefully at what it means to walk in the Spirit. We began with getting to know who the Holy Spirit is—He is a person, the third person of the Trinity. We also learned what He does—He helps us, teaches us, comforts us, reminds us, and so much more. Last week we learned about the gifts of the Holy Spirit—their purpose and practice in our lives. And this week, we concluded our series by considering our response to the Spirit. Since all of this is true, we feel a compulsion to do something about it. We want to respond with action. Like the people in John 6 and the crowds in Acts 2, we ask, “What must we do?” It’s a common question…with an uncommon answer—an answer we carefully considered in this study.