For John truly baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence. —Acts 1:5
There are three things in life, and I notice that many people are satisfied with only one. There is blessing in justification; in sanctification; and in the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Salvation is a wonderful thing, and we know it. Sanctification is a process that takes you on to a higher height with God. Salvation, sanctification, and the fullness of the Spirit are processes
Any number of people are satisfied with “good”—that is justification or salvation. Other people are satisfied with “better”—that is a sanctified life, purified by God. Other people are satisfied with the “best”—that is the fulless of God with revelation from on high.
So I come to you with the fullness of God in the Holy Spirit through His baptism. I come not with good, but better; not with better, but with best.
Heavenly Father, I thank Thee for the goodness
of Thy salvation, the going on with Thee
through sanctification and the
baptism of Thy Spirit. Amen.