Purpose: Created for Impartation

Purpose: Created for Impartation

…but He who is coming after me is mightier….He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire.
Matthew 3:11

This is another purpose of Jesus Christ. He came to baptise us with the Holy Spirit and fire. For want of a better word to describe the Person of the Holy Spirit in this context, these are essential “resources” for exploits and wonders.

The Holy Spirit is the member of the Godhead responsible for enabling and empowerment, among other things. “You shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you” (Acts 1:8). Supernatural ability to do uncommon and extraordinary things comes with the baptism of the Holy Spirit. And fire, which is one of the emblems of the Holy Spirit, represents the drive to do what needs to be done. By extension, we can say that Jesus came to impart us with the ability to do exploits and the drive to get on it.

Like Jesus, some people were created for this purpose. God sent them to impart other people with the ability to execute specific missions and assignments. They are called enablers. Moses was one of them, as he did this to Aaron, Bezalel, Aholiab, Joshua and the other people he was instructed to impart for various assignments during the exodus.

Such individuals who were created for this purpose are usually ministers of the gospel; very few are not. Perhaps, you have observed signs of this grace in yourself, but you do not know what to make of it, it is high time you went to God and seek His guidance on how you should go about fulfilling your mission. This particular purpose is not common; it is only allotted to few people. So, if you are one of those few, count yourself privileged, but don’t sit on it. You need to get going.

You will succeed in Jesus Name!

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