Who Is Holy Spirit and What Does He Do?

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Episode 1: Where Does Power Come From?:

Beloved, if you want to live a life of power and victory, YOU NEED GOD’S HOLY SPIRIT actively at work in your life.

If you’re saved, Holy Spirit is living inside you. But in order for Him to have permission to work at maximum capacity, you have to surrender to Him–just like you have to surrender to Jesus and let Him save you, and surrender to Abba Father to let Him be your Father.

Holy Spirit wants to touch you and renovate your life right now. He wants to make all things new for you.

 

He wants to heal you, restore you, and strengthen you. He wants to fill you with power and boldness.

Will you let Him?

To find out more, listen to Episode 1 of my podcast, Take Your Territory with Jamie Rohrbaugh, using the podcast player above or below. This episode is entitled “Where Does Power Come From?” and it’s all about God’s precious Holy Spirit. Listen today, and then stop and pray and SURRENDER yourself to Him and His work in your heart completely!

Episode 1: Where Does Power Come From?:

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20 Comments

  1. Dinah Akinyi says:

    Shalom Jamie,

    I join the fasting. I had actually set to start fasting tommorrow for the next 7 days. This is timely

  2. Hello Jamie from London!

    Thanks for sharing this. I would love to join in “By my Spirit Fast”.

    God Bless You and May God continue to Bless your Ministry and the work of your hands. Amen 🙏

  3. This is VERY cool! Recently I’ve restarted my long prayer walks and lately the Spirit has been highlighting that verse. It started at the beginning of the pandemic. Love how the Spirit unites hearts and minds to Father’s purposes. I fast regularly but will highlight this verse.

    1. Thanks Jamie, I will join you. This is something I was set to do, so it will be great to fast with you. 💖

  4. Shalom! When does the Fast start…. I would Love to join spiritually I need to. God Bless and strengthen you all for such a time as this.

    1. Hi Trina, here is the information I sent out to all email subscribers on the 29th. Hope this helps:

      1. When does the fast start?

      Answer: I started several days before I sent the email, so I wasn’t trying to get you to fast the same number of days as I am. I just wanted to invite you to join me in a season of fasting, based on the number of fasting days you prefer.

      2. When does the fast end?

      Answer: My fast will end the day after Pentecost, but you should end your fast whenever the Lord tells you to end it, based on the number of days He tells you to fast.

      3. How should you fast?

      Answer: This is a really common question, and the only answer ANYONE should ever give you is that you should fast the way the Lord leads you, AFTER you pray about the fast and ask Him how He wants you to fast. It is horrible legalism for any human to tell you that you should give up XYZ, or fast a certain way, or that you can’t eat or drink any certain thing.

      Personally, I am fasting one meal a day. This is the way I fast the most often, and I have always gotten amazing results at it. But you do you. 🙂 But NO MATTER WHAT, drink lots of water and do not stop drinking water, okay?

      By the way: If you have health issues, you should talk to your doctor about fasting before you begin. You should also not fast from food or drink if you are pregnant. And if fasting from any particular kind of food is not possible for you, you can still fast by giving up something like TV or other activities, and spend extra time with the Lord instead during your fast.

      Basically, fasting is all about the state of the heart–not about a legalistic set of rules prescribed by someone else.

      It’s between you and God; so if you ask the Lord and talk to Him about it, He will show you how to fast, or even if you should–and your fast will be different from everyone else’s.

      If you’d like to read some keys to victorious fasting, please check out the 10 practical tips for victorious fasting that I share in my blog post here (something I wrote on a prior group fast):

      Fasting

  5. Bless you Jamie for the Word. Holy Spirit thank you for your presence in my life. Without you I will not be able to do anything on my own.

  6. Blessings Jamie,

    Amazing! I will join you on this fast . This is something I had planned to do. The Lord continue to bless you and keep you in Yeshua under the Anointing !

  7. Wow Jamie this wvas God speaking to me today through you. I was literally saying to God direct me in how to do this day. Bless you!!

    1. Candace Lykken says:

      Jamie,
      Never done this before. I want to join with you on the fast. When does it start.
      I need more of the Holy Spirit and power in my life to overcome in this life and be tagged as an overcomer in the world to come. Also the enemy wants to take me out with my health, however, I am not receiving that or going to listen to Him or fear the virus because I am in Covenant with Jesus and His Blood flows through me. Amen.

      1. Would be joining from the 1st of May, not by our spirit. Thank u jmie for letting God use u.

      2. Hi Candance, here is the information I sent out to all email subscribers on the 29th. Hope this helps:

        1. When does the fast start?

        Answer: I started several days before I sent the email, so I wasn’t trying to get you to fast the same number of days as I am. I just wanted to invite you to join me in a season of fasting, based on the number of fasting days you prefer.

        2. When does the fast end?

        Answer: My fast will end the day after Pentecost, but you should end your fast whenever the Lord tells you to end it, based on the number of days He tells you to fast.

        3. How should you fast?

        Answer: This is a really common question, and the only answer ANYONE should ever give you is that you should fast the way the Lord leads you, AFTER you pray about the fast and ask Him how He wants you to fast. It is horrible legalism for any human to tell you that you should give up XYZ, or fast a certain way, or that you can’t eat or drink any certain thing.

        Personally, I am fasting one meal a day. This is the way I fast the most often, and I have always gotten amazing results at it. But you do you. 🙂 But NO MATTER WHAT, drink lots of water and do not stop drinking water, okay?

        By the way: If you have health issues, you should talk to your doctor about fasting before you begin. You should also not fast from food or drink if you are pregnant. And if fasting from any particular kind of food is not possible for you, you can still fast by giving up something like TV or other activities, and spend extra time with the Lord instead during your fast.

        Basically, fasting is all about the state of the heart–not about a legalistic set of rules prescribed by someone else.

        It’s between you and God; so if you ask the Lord and talk to Him about it, He will show you how to fast, or even if you should–and your fast will be different from everyone else’s.

        If you’d like to read some keys to victorious fasting, please check out the 10 practical tips for victorious fasting that I share in my blog post here (something I wrote on a prior group fast):

        Fasting

  8. I strongly felt the presence of the Holy Spirit on me 🙏🏼 Bless you Jamie xx

  9. Elizabeth Tuinidau says:

    Hi Jamie ,
    I will join in also.When will it start.?I am desperate for it and i love to do it with you and all our sisters. Thank you

    1. Hi Elizabeth, here is the information I sent out to all email subscribers on the 29th. Hope this helps:

      1. When does the fast start?

      Answer: I started several days before I sent the email, so I wasn’t trying to get you to fast the same number of days as I am. I just wanted to invite you to join me in a season of fasting, based on the number of fasting days you prefer.

      2. When does the fast end?

      Answer: My fast will end the day after Pentecost, but you should end your fast whenever the Lord tells you to end it, based on the number of days He tells you to fast.

      3. How should you fast?

      Answer: This is a really common question, and the only answer ANYONE should ever give you is that you should fast the way the Lord leads you, AFTER you pray about the fast and ask Him how He wants you to fast. It is horrible legalism for any human to tell you that you should give up XYZ, or fast a certain way, or that you can’t eat or drink any certain thing.

      Personally, I am fasting one meal a day. This is the way I fast the most often, and I have always gotten amazing results at it. But you do you. 🙂 But NO MATTER WHAT, drink lots of water and do not stop drinking water, okay?

      By the way: If you have health issues, you should talk to your doctor about fasting before you begin. You should also not fast from food or drink if you are pregnant. And if fasting from any particular kind of food is not possible for you, you can still fast by giving up something like TV or other activities, and spend extra time with the Lord instead during your fast.

      Basically, fasting is all about the state of the heart–not about a legalistic set of rules prescribed by someone else.

      It’s between you and God; so if you ask the Lord and talk to Him about it, He will show you how to fast, or even if you should–and your fast will be different from everyone else’s.

      If you’d like to read some keys to victorious fasting, please check out the 10 practical tips for victorious fasting that I share in my blog post here (something I wrote on a prior group fast):

      Fasting

  10. Annanson John says:

    I went off grid and missed your amazing prayer time two days ago, with the two sweet ladies, you don’t know how that got into me, I believe I should get it on Facebook still. Now I don’t know whether I am late with respect to the start of the fast? However, I am in tomorrow, since I have already eaten. God bless you dearly Prophetess Jamie. I covet your prayers.

  11. Jamie thank you so much for reaching out with this wonderful opportunity to grow in faith. I will join you in fasting. When do it start?How long will the fast be? I am ready

    1. Hi Pam, here is the information I sent out to all email subscribers on the 29th. Hope this helps:

      1. When does the fast start?

      Answer: I started several days before I sent the email, so I wasn’t trying to get you to fast the same number of days as I am. I just wanted to invite you to join me in a season of fasting, based on the number of fasting days you prefer.

      2. When does the fast end?

      Answer: My fast will end the day after Pentecost, but you should end your fast whenever the Lord tells you to end it, based on the number of days He tells you to fast.

      3. How should you fast?

      Answer: This is a really common question, and the only answer ANYONE should ever give you is that you should fast the way the Lord leads you, AFTER you pray about the fast and ask Him how He wants you to fast. It is horrible legalism for any human to tell you that you should give up XYZ, or fast a certain way, or that you can’t eat or drink any certain thing.

      Personally, I am fasting one meal a day. This is the way I fast the most often, and I have always gotten amazing results at it. But you do you. 🙂 But NO MATTER WHAT, drink lots of water and do not stop drinking water, okay?

      By the way: If you have health issues, you should talk to your doctor about fasting before you begin. You should also not fast from food or drink if you are pregnant. And if fasting from any particular kind of food is not possible for you, you can still fast by giving up something like TV or other activities, and spend extra time with the Lord instead during your fast.

      Basically, fasting is all about the state of the heart–not about a legalistic set of rules prescribed by someone else.

      It’s between you and God; so if you ask the Lord and talk to Him about it, He will show you how to fast, or even if you should–and your fast will be different from everyone else’s.

      If you’d like to read some keys to victorious fasting, please check out the 10 practical tips for victorious fasting that I share in my blog post here (something I wrote on a prior group fast):

      Fasting

  12. Bulelwa Payi says:

    I am joining you and other saints in this fast. Please share the dates.

    1. Hi there, here is the information I sent out to all email subscribers on the 29th. Hope this helps:

      1. When does the fast start?

      Answer: I started several days before I sent the email, so I wasn’t trying to get you to fast the same number of days as I am. I just wanted to invite you to join me in a season of fasting, based on the number of fasting days you prefer.

      2. When does the fast end?

      Answer: My fast will end the day after Pentecost, but you should end your fast whenever the Lord tells you to end it, based on the number of days He tells you to fast.

      3. How should you fast?

      Answer: This is a really common question, and the only answer ANYONE should ever give you is that you should fast the way the Lord leads you, AFTER you pray about the fast and ask Him how He wants you to fast. It is horrible legalism for any human to tell you that you should give up XYZ, or fast a certain way, or that you can’t eat or drink any certain thing.

      Personally, I am fasting one meal a day. This is the way I fast the most often, and I have always gotten amazing results at it. But you do you. 🙂 But NO MATTER WHAT, drink lots of water and do not stop drinking water, okay?

      By the way: If you have health issues, you should talk to your doctor about fasting before you begin. You should also not fast from food or drink if you are pregnant. And if fasting from any particular kind of food is not possible for you, you can still fast by giving up something like TV or other activities, and spend extra time with the Lord instead during your fast.

      Basically, fasting is all about the state of the heart–not about a legalistic set of rules prescribed by someone else.

      It’s between you and God; so if you ask the Lord and talk to Him about it, He will show you how to fast, or even if you should–and your fast will be different from everyone else’s.

      If you’d like to read some keys to victorious fasting, please check out the 10 practical tips for victorious fasting that I share in my blog post here (something I wrote on a prior group fast):

      Fasting

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