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  • The Holy Spirit: The Holy Spirit

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    The Holy Spirit: In the writings of the apologists, there were no distinguish a third person for God’s nature. They gave impression to identify the Spirit as simply the Spirit of the Father. At other times they seemed to identify the Spirit as the Logos, the second person. As Justin stated that; The Logos inspired the prophets of the Old Testament but also said the Spirit inspired the prophets. A few passages seem to identify the Spirit as a third person, some sort of created being inferior to

  • The Holy Spirit : The Holy Spirit Of God

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    The Holy Spirit of God is the active force or power in one’s life, which most certainly includes spiritual formation (Pettit, 2008, p. 46). When Jesus was speaking with his disciples he made it clear – by using the analogy of a vine and branches – that apart from him they could do nothing (John 15:5). Only if one is connected to Christ will they have the ability to bear fruit and the way Jesus empowers those connected to him is through the Holy Spirt that that father will send in his name (John 14:26)

  • The Holy Spirit

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    realize is how often the Holy Spirit is seen. The Holy Spirit is at work forming and shaping the history of the Bible. He guided rulers, came upon the mighty king Saul, and, even more amazing, the Spirit could make a stubborn obstinate heart obedient. He gave the men words to say and write so that people can read the message of the Lord. The Spirit is both hidden and revealed throughout the Bible. The Old Testament believers did not always realize the full power of the Holy Spirit, but taking a closer

  • The Holy Spirit

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    person of the triune God is the Holy Spirit. He posses the attributes of God Father and Jesus Christ. He is the personal unseen power and presence of God in the world. The mission of the Holy Spirit is to proclaim overflowing love and world embracing communion of the triune God. God’s mission is calling the entire creation into life-giving communion through Jesus the Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit. It is in the midst of these distressing events the Holy Spirit ministers. It is clear

  • Holy Trinity

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    historic, orthodox Christianity and the classic Wesleyan-Arminian consensus beliefs on the person of the Holy Spirit. First let us seek what it is that the orthodox Christians and the Wesleyan- Arminian believe according to the Trinity. “Orthodox Christians believe in a single God who is both three and one (triune); the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, "one in essence and undivided". The Holy Trinity is three "unconfused" and distinct divine persons (hypostases),

  • The Holy Seal

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    a ‘seal of authority’ so do individual, inventor on patents ‘seal ‘writers own copyright seal, the Holy Sabbath is our creator’s seal of dominion over heaven and earth, seal as creator of heaven and earth, and seal power over heaven and earth. To deny the creator’s seal (His Holy Sabbath Hours) man has attempted to avoid the Holy Seal, reject the Holy seal, confused the Holy seal and change the Holy seal. In order to deceive mankind into believing that man and Satan controls heaven and earth Thes

  • The Holy Spirted

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    9 says “Worship the LORD in holy attire.” The thought behind this text is to prepare the hearts of the worshipers to see God through the move of the Holy Spirted. It speaks of the attire, but what is on the outside of the body should be a reflection of what is in the heart. The focus of the Holy Spirted in worship is what draw us to him. This form of worship in called Trinitarian worshipIn the Trinitarian worship, the focus is on the triune God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirted).The founding principle

  • The Holy Spirit And His Benefits. The Holy Spirit Is The

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    The Holy Spirit and His Benefits The Holy Spirit is the third person that eternally exist with God the Father and God the Son. “equal in power and glory, and is, together with the Father and the Sone, to be believed in, obeyed, and worshipped. The Holy Ghost is a gift bestowed upon the believer for the purpose of equipping and empowering the believer, making him a more effective witness for service in the world. He teaches and guides one in all truth (John 16:13; Acts 1:8, 8:39). 1 The baptism

  • The Holy Gift : The Spiritual Gifts Of The Holy Spirit

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    “GIFT-GIVING” GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT INTRODUCTION The Holy Spirit, the third person of God, is the dynamic agent that both leads us toward Christ and transforms us through and in him. Upon a believer’s conversion and regeneration , the Holy Spirit continues to work; the Spirit dwells actively in Christians doing many facets of work like empowering, illumining, teaching, reproving, interceding, sanctifying, and bestowing gifts . Often the overlooked work of the Holy Spirit, the spiritual gifts

  • The Holy Ghost

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    Act 1:8 But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. Power in this context is, "doo-na-mis" which means force, ability or might. Christ Himself made this promise to His disciples before He ascended to the Father. Just so we understand this promise is our now. It did not end with the disciples of the time. Anyone who follows Christ, His teachings