What Happens When the Holy Spirit Enters Your Heart? Absolute Bliss and Profound Love!

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Christian reader:

Hello, Gary. I stumbled across your blog while searching images of King David. I recently decided to create a painting representing him, in a photo-realism style, if i can. The choice of Biblical event is not important here.

The last thing in the world I would attempt is to convince you of the “error of your ways” in embracing agnosticism. However, a relationship with the Creator of the universe is not realized by an intellectual process, but via the heart (You’ve undoubtedly heard that one before). That is not to say that there is nothing to “know” or that belief involves a feeling that is achieved. One does not profess a belief in God to escape hell or to bend another to one’s will. What happens when the Holy Spirit enters your heart? Absolute bliss & profound love for every person on earth. Usually a spiritual gift will manifest. People will want to know you and experience your peace of mind. You cannot think or will yourself to that “consciousness”. I actually cannot inform you how it happens; I think it’s usually a surprise. Best wishes!

Gary:

Your conversion experience obviously had a very profound emotional impact on you. The problem is, many people, of many different religions, sects, and cults have made the very same claim about their conversion! To me, this demonstrates that dramatic emotional experiences are not reliable indicators of the truth. I would encourage to watch this short video:

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2 thoughts on “What Happens When the Holy Spirit Enters Your Heart? Absolute Bliss and Profound Love!

  1. Religious experience needs to be interpreted by referring to a book or another person. This person believes their experience is the Holy Spirit, but that’s because they most likely grew up in Christian culture, read a Christian bible or at least New Testament, and has other Christians affirming his experience. . I doubt a Muslim Sufi thinks his ecstatic experience is coming from the Christian Holy Spirit. His Koran tells him otherwise, and his fellow Muslim’s confirm that his experience is from the Islamic God.

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  2. The last thing in the world I would attempt is to convince you of the “error of your ways” in embracing agnosticism. However

    😄 I always find those opening contradictions amusing. They are an immediate self-reflection of the Christian’s faulty logic and their ability to create their own reality—fabrications galore and tunnel-vision.

    What happens when the Holy Spirit enters your heart? Absolute bliss & profound love for every person on earth. Usually a spiritual gift will manifest.

    First, in my many years working in the Psych/A&D rehab-therapy field both inpatient and outpatient cases, I heard and witnessed thousands of statements like “Absolute bliss & profound love for every person on earth. Usually a spiritual gift will manifest.” Most “spiritualists” do not understand the neurology and endocrinology going on in their body and brain. A) this is a lot more common than they realize or comprehend, and B) the “manifestations” are never attributed to identical causes.

    And second, there seems to be just as valid (if not more?) “Holy Spirits” in other parts of the world from very different cultures than American Protestantism, Catholicism, or otherwise, and with equal amounts of sensational truths or individual perceptions and epiphanies. They’re just not Christian based or biased; they are based/biased in the local folklore.

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