What it means to be transformed by the Holy Spirit
Easter • 5m 48s
Fire purifies and transforms. We can see this dynamic at work in both pottery making… and the Holy Spirit’s role in our lives. The Holy Spirit is often described and depicted as fire- and like fire, takes one thing and makes it another. In pottery making, clay is cast into fire, and transformed into ceramic. In our journey as Christians, we are given the Holy Spirit at Baptism and Confirmation, and slowly transformed into Christ. The Holy Spirit changes everything it touches. It matures and transforms us into our ultimate goal, to act and be more like Jesus.
How do we welcome the fire of the Holy Spirit into our lives? Watch to learn more.
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