The Holy Spirit removes fear, despair, pessimism, stress, and disturbance from you, and gives you courage, pleasure, and trust in God. He even opens your mouth to speak in the name of the Father. By this confession, you sanctify the name of God, for this is the great miracle of the new covenant; that God through Christ has revealed himself as our heavenly Father. The distant Creator, who is angered by sin, does not exhaust or overburden us, but shows us his love, and confirms to us his goodness in a fatherly form. This new divine image changes our conduct completely. The word “Abba” is an Aramaic word put into Greek letters and then transliterated into English. It means "Father." The bringing together of both Jews and Greeks (Gentiles) in Christ is seen in these opening words of address in prayer.The word “Father” explains and confirms the word, Abba.Christ, in his great love, gave his body for us, and made us partners of his rights that the God of glory might adopt us. Imagine your name written with the blood of the Son of God on the front page of the card of admission into heaven, and on the back of the card you read: “Adopted by God”, written with the fire of the Holy Spirit, and signed by the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Would you forget such a unique card, neglect it, or throw it away? Or would you accept it, kiss it with tears of joy, and keep it forever?You have lawfully and certainly become a son of the Most High through adoption, through your birth in the Spirit. The apostle Paul tells you repeatedly in his gospel, which is rich and overfilled with grace, that you will inherit God himself, because the Holy One came near to you in Jesus. He dwells in you and in all saints, and his glory will appear in us all, as Christ also dwells in you and in all his disciples, and he will beautifully reveal his glory in his followers, for God is one.All these miracles began in us because the Holy Spirit dwelt in all the churches, which are only founded on Christ. Does his light shine in us? You have been united with God. Are you then prepared to suffer for him, as the apostles suffered greatly for the name of Christ?