“Those without faith will never experience the Holy Spirit. In general, we rarely associate with those who do not believe in us either.” (Ron Ash)

“Those without faith will never experience the Holy Spirit.  In general, we rarely associate with those who do not believe in us either.” (Ron Ash)

Some time ago I was approached by two Jehovah Witness who offered to prove the Bible aka my faith to me scientifically.  I explained that “Only those who believe in the Holy Spirit will experience It.”  I went on and on for a while and made some very powerful points.  You see, it was Spirit speaking through me.  I will post the entire story soon.

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9 thoughts on ““Those without faith will never experience the Holy Spirit. In general, we rarely associate with those who do not believe in us either.” (Ron Ash)”

  1. Hi Ron. To clarify my position, I am agnostic. So these Jehovah witnesses tried to prove the Bible scneitifically, and since you provided a “faith” explanation, I assume you did not do it rationally or empirically. You say “only those who believe in the Holy Spirit will experience it.” So are you saying you just have to make a choice regardless of evidence? What is your basis for faith? I’d like to know. Thanks.

    1. It was not meant to be proven. That is the catch. If you want the prize you need to trust. Tough call I know, but once you do you will know the truth of the existence by physical experience. Did you ever experience chills or goose bumps for no apparent reason? I’m sure you have. Next time it happens experience it for as long as it lasts. Overtime the sensation will get stronger. This is your connection to Spirit. As you exercise this new muscle the connection will be made and information will begin to flow through you. Head to toe baby-head to toe! Vrooooooom. It is through our sixth sense that the connection is realized.

      1. If I am supposed to conclude that chills, or goosebumps, is the Holy Spirit, I naturally prefer to call it chills or goosebumps…or that A = A.

        By the same virtue of unknowability that you claim ‘truth’, I do not understand why I cannot claim ‘not truth.’ Could you be more specific on what this Spirit is?

        Thank you.

      2. The chills and goose bumps are not the Holy Spirit. It is only the beginning of your connection to the Spiritual realm of existence. When the Holy Spirit hits you with an energy blast you will know it. In fact, next time you feel the hairs standing up on the back of your neck think of a special moment you spent with a loved one who has ascended and let me know what happens. My friend, believing is a choice, but usually there is a cause to the effect. I don’t expect you to be anything other than who you are.

        I thought Agnostics neither confirm nor deny the existence of God?

  2. I am agnostic for now…I am just learning really. I think it is unfortunate that the Holy Spirit acts in ways that can be explained scientifically or a posteriori. If I were to feel chilly, it is because of a breeze or the Holy Spirit. How do I know which?

    1. It will be made known to you. Besides, if it where just a chill there would need to be a cool breeze right? It is the first step in connecting with the Spiritual realm of existance.

    1. Actually, when this message came to me I was at one of my rental properties doing a walk around with a tenant. As we came around the side of the house we were greated by two Johovah Witness. They began to speak to us about how they could prove the validity of God or the Bible scientifically. Suddenly my body became engulved with an elictrical charge that almost lifted me off my feet. That is when Spirit spoke those words through me.

      I wish you could have seen my tenants reaction. She recognized the shift. It was obvious to her that it was not me speaking. She was amazed!

      If you want to read the entire story you can. My book “The Apostle’s Recipe for Happiness” is posted on this blog.

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