Good Gifts

In Luke 11:13, Jesus speaks about the goodness of God as a loving Father who desires to give good gifts to His children.

“If you then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him!”

These words remind us of God’s generous nature and His desire to pour out His Spirit upon those who seek Him.

Jesus compares the earthly love and provision of parents to the infinite love and generosity of our heavenly Father.

As flawed human beings, we still strive to give good things to our children out of love. If we, with our limited understanding and imperfect nature, can do this, how much more can we expect from our perfect and loving God?

He desires to bless us with the greatest gift of all; The Holy Spirit.

This verse encourages us to approach God in prayer, asking Him to fill us with the Holy Spirit. He is the presence and power of God dwelling within us, guiding, comforting, and empowering us in our journey of faith.

Through the Holy Spirit, we receive wisdom, strength, and the assurance of God’s abiding presence.

Seek the Father’s gift of the Holy Spirit and allow Him to work in and through you, transforming your life and enabling you to live for His glory.