Prayer in adoration and praise of the Holy Spirit

Adoration and praise of the Holy Spirit

“Jesus said: Rivers of living water shall flow from the inmost being of anyone who believes in me. He was speaking of the Holy Spirit, who would be given to everyone believing in Him but the spirit had not yet been given, because Jesus had not yet returned to His glory in heaven” – (John 7:38-39)

“God showered the Holy Spirit on us in profusion through Jesus Christ our saviour” – (Titus 3:6)

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Oh! God the Holy Spirit, I accept You as the dispenser of my life. May You rule over my life entirely…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

Oh! God the Holy Spirit, ever ready to be with me and to be in me…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

Oh! God the Holy Spirit, my perpetual succour who lives with me never to leave me…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

Oh! God the Holy Spirit, who always fills my heart with the love of God…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

Oh! God the Holy Spirit, who makes me aware of my sins and always helps me to turn to God…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

Oh! God the Holy Spirit, who teaches me everything and leads me to the perfection of truth…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

Oh! God the Holy Spirit, who helps me to bear testimony to Jesus and to be fervent in missionary work…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

Oh! God the Holy Spirit, who always thinks of me and lives for me though I often forget and ignore Thee…
I adore You, I praise You, I love You.

6 thoughts on “Prayer in adoration and praise of the Holy Spirit”

  1. This inspiring message is very meaningful and significant. I hope majority of the readers were enlightened by the message.

  2. Where in the scriptures is it even hinted that we are to offer prayer or praise to the Holy Spirit? Our praise is offered to the Father through the Son, and while the Spirit may assist us by making prayers for us or leading in that praise, he is never spoken of as the recipient of prayer or praise. Can you find even ONE scriptural example or command of praising or praying to the Spirit? In John 14 through 17, Jesus is quite explicit in saying that prayers are offered to him, or more properly to the Father in his name. Nowhere is there any scriptural authority for praise or prayer to the Spirit.

  3. Holy Spirit 3 Day Miracle Prayer

    Pray this prayer daily for 3 consecutive days, your prayer will be answered after the third day. In making your request, promise to publish this prayer ( share in writing on the internet this prayer or distribute this prayer to others ). Holy Spirit You who make me see everything and showed me the way to reach my ideals, You who gave me the Divine gift to forgive all the wrong that was done to me, and You who are in all instances in my life. I want to Thank You for everything and confirm with you once more I never want to be separated from You no matter how great the material desire may be. I want to be with you and my loved ones in your perpetual Glory. Amen

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    Holy Spirit 3 Day Miracle Prayer
    Pray this prayer daily for 3 consecutive days, your prayer will be answered after the third day. In making your request, promise to publish this prayer ( share in writing on the internet this prayer or distribute this prayer to others ). Holy Spirit You who make me see everything and showed me the way to reach my ideals, You who gave me the Divine gift to forgive all the wrong that was done to me, and You who are in all instances in my life. I want to Thank You for everything and confirm with you once more I never want to be separated from You no matter how great the material desire may be. I want to be with you and my loved ones in your perpetual Glory. Amen

  5. Thank you for those wise words, Just Wondering. Many churches and the well-meaning folks within them today buy into the idea that it’s just as good to praise, pray to, or otherwise worship the Spirit…but the scriptures tell us exactly the opposite. Look at any section of the scripture you wish, and you will find not even the barest mention of the Spirit being worthy to receive glory, honor, praise, thanks, wisdom, power, wealth, or strength–that is directed alone to God the Father (the one who sits on the throne) and his son Jesus (the Lamb). I pray that the Lord’s Church will be able to return to the true worship of the Father through the Son.

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