Read 1 Corinthians 6:18–20.
Communion (not the Lord’s Supper in this instance) refers to the indwelling of the Holy Spirit that connects us to God and the body of christ
The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity and is the source of all power and strength for believers. When we are in fellowship with the Holy Spirit, we are able to tap into His power and receive the guidance and direction we need for our lives.
There are several key aspects of what it means to be in fellowship with the Holy Spirit.
First, it means that we are in close relationship with the Holy Spirit. This involves actively seeking out and cultivating our relationship with Him through prayer, reading the Bible, and seeking to live in obedience to His leading. It means that we are open and receptive to His voice and guidance, and that we are willing to follow His direction, no matter where it leads us.
Second, being in fellowship with the Holy Spirit means that we are filled with His presence. This involves allowing the Holy Spirit to take control of our lives and allowing Him to work through us to accomplish His purposes. It means surrendering ourselves fully to Him and allowing Him to transform us from the inside out.
Third, being in fellowship with the Holy Spirit means that we are empowered by His strength and power. The Holy Spirit gives us the ability to overcome sin and temptation, and to live a life that is pleasing to God. He gives us the courage and boldness to share the gospel with others and to stand up for what is right, even in the face of opposition.
Finally, being in fellowship with the Holy Spirit means that we are connected to the Body of Christ. The Holy Spirit is the glue that holds the Church together and helps us to work together for the common good. When we are in fellowship with the Holy Spirit, we are able to support and encourage one another, and to build one another up in our faith.
By seeking to live in fellowship with the Holy Spirit, we can experience the fullness of His presence and power in our lives and be used by Him to bring glory to God.