Consuming Fire

And the light of Israel will become a fire and his Holy One a flame, And it will burn and devour his thorns and his briars in a single day. Isaiah 10:17

Its no mistake that God would reference his Holy One a flame and a fire. The coming of the Holy Spirit which was fulfilled on the day of Pentecost is referenced as a flame and fire throughout the Bible. So why fire? Because fire is used to transform , just as heat is used to forge things or transform a rock into a diamond. It is also used to devour and eliminate such as dead wood or brush

And there appeared to them tongues as of fire distributing themselves, and they rested on each one of them. Acts 2:3

When the Holy Spirit came to Jerusalem it was described as “tongues of fire” The Holy Spirit that was fortold by Jesus came to empower The Church. Just as the prophet Isaiah fortold the Holy One (the Holy Spirit) is a flame. How can the gospel of Christ be spread so quickly to establish the Church? The fire of the Holy Spirit, which broke down all nationalities and language barriers to bring everyone to salvation

for our God is a consuming fire. Hebrews 12:29

God , the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, is a consuming Fire! The fire that will empower and strengthen the lost and weak, the same flame that will devour the wicked and evil. Invite the Holy Spirit into your life today, the consuming fire in Jesus Name Amen!

8 thoughts on “Consuming Fire

  1. Ministerstephen Kitimbo

    Holy Spirit, I Need You in my life everyday, flames of fire of tongues fall upon me everyday to cast away evil and satanic devices in Jesus’ Name, I Pray, Amen!

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