Mark Judy believes that there isn't a more important subject for believers right now than that of truly growing in and experiencing spirit to spirit, heart to heart fellowship with the Lord. In communicating with many fellow believers over the last couple of years, he is convinced that this is a topic of utmost importance, as so many believers are truly hungry, even desperate, for a more intimate relationship with the Holy Spirit —and yet, for many different reasons, they feel blocked or hindered, and simply don't know what to do about it.
"Being Discipled by the Holy Spirit" deals with this issue compassionately and scripturally, as well as offering some insights from the author's own 44 years of very personal experience from life and ministry. All true growth in any relationship is the result of ongoing communication, and the New Testament clearly paints a picture of the believers' relationship with the Holy Spirit as one of continual communication. Jesus Himself made it abundantly and irrefutably clear that the relationship the Holy Spirit would have with His Church was one of ongoing communication in various forms.
In the Book of Revelation, Jesus emphatically exhorts and admonishes for every member of the Church to hear what the Holy Spirit is speaking to the churches—and to underscore the absolute reverence due to the Holy Spirit from the Church through all generations, Jesus made it abundantly clear that those who speak against the Holy Spirit would never be forgiven for doing so. If that does not paint a picture of the supreme and indispensable role of the Holy Spirit within His own Church, nothing else will.
We need to be seeing through the eyes of the Spirit like the Church of Jesus Christ on Earth never has before—And we cannot see through the eyes of the Spirit unless we are walking with the Spirit every single day, and hearing from Him in real time, every single day.