The Holy Spirit is our Helper, Teacher, and Guide

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Now that we know God and Jesus want to release Their knowledge direct to us from Their throne room in heaven – how is this knowledge actually transmitted to us?

This will now bring us into the next set of Scripture verses.

These next three verses will tell us that this knowledge is given to the Holy Spirit – and then the Holy Spirit, who is already living on the inside of us, will be the One to transmit all of this knowledge to us!

The Holy Spirit will thus become your personal Guide and Teacher in this life. It will be His job to impart and transmit all of this knowledge direct to you once you start to seek after it.

Here are three very powerful verses from Scripture showing us that the Holy Spirit will now be the One who will transmit the knowledge of God direct to us.

  • “But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit. For the Spirit searches all things, yes, the deep things of God. For what man knows the things of a man except the spirit of the man which is in him? Even so no one knows the things of God except the Spirit of God. Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might know the things that have been freely given to us by God.” (1 Corinthians 2:10)
  • “But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, HE WILL TEACH YOU ALL THINGS, and bring to your remembrance all things that I have said to you.” (John 14:26)
  • “However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, HE WILL GUIDE YOU INTO ALL TRUTH …” (JOHN 16:13)

The very first verse lays the foundation when it says that no one knows the things of God except the Holy Spirit – and that the Holy Spirit has been given to each and every one of us in order to reveal the things that God wants to reveal to us. In other words, it is the job of the Holy Spirit to release the knowledge of God direct to us!

The second verse then confirms the first verse when it says that the Holy Spirit will be our Teacher and that He will “teach us all things.” Notice the word “all” – that He will teach us “all things.”

Think about what is being said in this verse. This statement being made by God in that the Holy Spirit can teach us all things is a maximum intense type of statement being made by God. God is telling us that He is willing to go more than overboard in order to teach us things and to transmit His knowledge to us.

Then the verse even goes one step further when it says that the Holy Spirit can literally bring back up to your remembrance, when you may need it, the knowledge that He has already given to you!

A perfect example of this is for those who really study the Bible in order to get it really worked and assimilated into their minds and spirits.

What you will find start to happen if you are willing to spend some good quality time to get the Word worked into you – is that the Holy Spirit will bring back up to your memory the appropriate Scripture verses when you may need them on the spot when preaching or talking to others about God and Jesus.

You will literally see these verses float right up out of your spirit in front of your mind’s eye right at the moment that you will need them. This is literally a supernatural transmission of knowledge direct to your mind by the Holy Spirit Himself!

And not only can the Holy Spirit do this with Scripture verses – but He can also do this with any other bits of knowledge that He may want to give to you. He can give you His words of knowledge and wisdom all day long on whatever else you may need His help on.

This is why the Holy Spirit is called “the Helper” in the second verse above. The Holy Spirit cannot help you unless He is able to transmit His words of knowledge and wisdom to you as you will need them.

The last verse says that not only will the Holy Spirit be our Helper and Teacher in this life – but that He will also be our Guide in this life.

Think about those three words – Helper, Teacher, and Guide!

This is a powerful, three-fold ministry that the Holy Spirit has with each born-again believer.

The last verse says that the Holy Spirit will guide us into “all” truth. Again, notice the word “all” – all truth – not just some or part of the truth.

If you can learn to be led by the Holy Spirit and pick up when He starts to try and communicate with you, you can literally start to receive the knowledge of God in every area of your life where you need God’s knowledge and guidance to help get you safely through!

This is part 8 of our 19 part series on Seeking After The Knowledge of God.


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  1. Thanks dearly elaborate on the topic. There is the need to note water baptism is an outward event to show that salvation has taken place on the inside. It is not prepare the believer to receive the Holy Spirit. Repentance and forgiveness of sin does. I received the Holy Spirit, the moment i repented and received Jesus as Lord. Note also that there are two baptisms, the one into the body of Christ and water baptism. 1 Corinth.12:13. God bless your ministry.

    • We must be born again of the water and of the spirit, to be like Jesus Christ,be yee followers of him, it’s not a symbol, to be washed of your sins is to be cleanse within and without by the Spirit of the almighty, when Jesus was baptize the holy ghost came upon him like a dove and a voice from heaven said, “I am well please.” We want the Father to say this to us all for I know I do,and I try very hard to please God only.he said do these things in memory of me, not something but All things, to for fill the Law,we still have to be judged by God.

  2. Don’t forget baptism! Without baptism, we will not receive the HOLY SPIRIT. We receive
    the HOLY Spirit when we are baptized! Acts 2:38. Without the HOLY SPIRIT we cannot understand God’s word!! We understand just enough to realize we are sinners and need
    to be baptized. After the baptism we will learn what God wants us to know about Jesus and
    the church, which makes us a Christian.
    The HOLY Spirit is our teacher and our guide into all truth. John 14:26 and John 16:13
    He is the most important need in learning about the church!

    • OK. Acts 2:38 says be baptized and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. But look at Acts 8:14-17. These believers had been baptized but had not yet received the Spirit. This only happened when Apostles laid hands on them. It is important not to build a doctrine on a single verse.

  3. Thank you for the added information I need to teach on most of it is what I have but, the addition of what you have will help me do a better Job in explaining some of the things i want to teach on.

  4. Have enjoyed your teachings pls how can I get your teachings on the 19 messages particularly on the holy spirit guidance

  5. You teaching of the H/ spirit is well comprehensive. Since the H/spirit is the spirit of the father and son, is one right to adore,worship and spread the knowledge of the holy spirit, again, is right for one to ask from the h/spirit in Jesus name.

  6. I like what you teach about the holy spirit’s ministry to us.However I think there is an major gap in this teaching and that is for the unbeliever,How do they get God’s holy spirit and for the believer ,How do I keep in fellowship with The holy spirit.I believe that Christians become carnal when out of fellowship due to unconfessed sin.Some even appear as not saved.God doesn’t fellowship with a believer who has not confessed there sin to him before seeking knowledge thus nullifying the holy spirit Guidance ones life.

  7. I love this. And I think this can help me to teach my foundation class students

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