We may not be satisfied with the fruit we are bearing but many of us would come up with excuses as to why we can't be more fruitful, why we don't have enough time and how our weaknesses keep getting in the way. While God understands our frailty, He is fully aware that we are not limited by it. Instead He shows us our way of holiness. It may seem difficult, even impossible, to live a Holy life but the truth is: "For mortals it is impossible, but for God all things are possible." (Matthew 19: 25-26 ) Jesus promised us the Holy Spirit and said that it is good that He goes so that the Spirit would come and dwell within man (John 16:7). Jesus wants us to have the Holy Spirit within us, rather than just know about Him, or for Him to act without our involvement. Whether we have had a physical "experience" of the Holy Spirit or not, if we have been baptized, God has already poured His Spirit into us and He will not abandon us. When the Spirit dwells in us, He gives us the "pledge" or "first fruits" of our inheritance: the very life of the Holy Trinity, which is to love as "God loved us. This love is the source of the new life in Christ, made possible because we have received "power" from the Holy Spirit . Because we are God's children, by the power of the Spirit, we can bear much fruit (the fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control ).