The third part of the Holy Trinity is the Son Jesus. Jesus symbolizes the children of the born by earthly parents, which makes up the "Perfect Earthly Family". Jesus is the Heavenly Father's first born son who came to the earth to be born a earth man through the birth canal just as all humans are born. Jesus is God and He is God's Son and is a man at the same time. The Heavenly Father, The Holy Spirit, and Jesus are all one. The Lord is made up of three parts just as man has three parts; spirit (the inner man, the spirit that lives forever), soul (mind, will, emotions), and body (man's earth suite that was designed to live on earth forever).
Most of us can understand the roll of the Heavenly Father and the Son, but the Holy Spirit's roll is very misunderstood. Even though the Holy Spirit is a servant the Holy Spirit is not weak. The Holy Spirit is obedient to the will of the Heavenly Father. The Holy Spirit is the one that baptized Jesus with the power to carry out the Father's will among men. It was the Holy Spirit that gave Jesus, the man, the power to raise the dead and heal the sick. It was the Holy Spirit that raised Jesus from the dead.
Jesus told his disciples that He must go to heaven, but not to worry because He was sending the Comforter to them. The Holy Spirit is our comforter, our gentle guide, the still small voice that whispers in our hearts. The Holy Spirit is our teacher and our helper as long as we are listening to His voice.
There is so much that the Holy Spirit does through us and for us that we are not even aware of and we take for-granted. There is a very good article about the Holy Spirit that I recommend because it explains the ministry of the Holy Spirit better than I have in this article; Seven Attributes of the Holy Spirit by Tony Abram.
When we pray it is the Holy Spirit that brings answers to our prayers. When we pray it is the Holy Spirit that sends the ministering angels with the answers to our prayers. When we lay hands on the sick and pray for them it is the Holy Spirit that heals the sick and raises the dead by His power and not ours.
We are often afraid to pray for the sick because we are afraid they will not get well. Our job is to pray in the name of Jesus by faith and let the Holy Spirit do his miraculous work. We should always pray in Jesus’ Name expecting to receive even if we do not see the immediate evidence.
It was the Holy Spirit that impregnated the virgin Mary. Mary was not violated as her hymen was not broken as it would have been during sex. The Holy Spirit has the power to preform miraculous works in the human body. There is no limit to the healing power of the Holy Spirit. The bad news is the pulpit has been teaching doubt and unbelief in the area of healing instead of faith in the power the Holy Spirit.
The very air I breath is God's breath breathing life in my body. I am a temple of the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit resides in me. The Holy Spirit renews and restores my body all day long. It is the Holy Spirit in me that gives me the power to complete my calling though faith and not by my vain works.
Jesus wants us all to be a part of His perfect family, but unfortunately only a few make it into the family. Jesus reveals the only way to make it into the "Perfect Family". He explains the mystery by telling about two different gates that people can choose to go through. There is the wide gate, that most people choose, which leads to destruction or hell. Jesus also explains the narrow gate that very few people choose, but leads to life in the "Perfect Family" in Heaven.
How does one choose the path to the narrow gate?Jesus reveals the key is through paying attention to His words and doing what He says: Matthew 7:21-27 and Revelation 22:14