Holy Spirit

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  • Case Study On The Holy Spirit

    had the discussion over the beliefs Christians have about the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity who takes everything God has for us and brings it to us. In the Bible, we find that there are five truths about God which are known as there is one God, the Father is God, Jesus is God, the Holy Spirit is God, and the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are distinct persons (UCF Class Discussion, 11/10/16). The Holy Spirit frees us from sin, along with helping us understand what…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Holy Spirit

    The Holy Spirit is the most active and prevalent person of the Godhead in our daily lives (Smith, Importance). As believers, understanding the work of the Holy Spirit is important. “A Christian is one who has received Jesus Christ; a Christian is one who displays Christ living through his life, and this is accomplished by the work of the indwelling Holy Spirit” (Ryrie 9). As Christians, we can know the Spirit’s presence by witnessing it in our own lives (Swindoll 258). In my life, His presence…

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  • Holy Spirit Approach To Counseling

    Introduction The most effective approach to counseling anyone, whether that is in a business office or a counselling room, is to reach the entire person holistically. The person’s mind, body and spirit are all interconnected and a problem cannot be resolved until it is approached through all parts. Often, counselors want to “fix” the problem that a person is dealing with, like depression, by giving them medicine and “curing” the actions of being depressed without rooting out the source of the…

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  • Jesus The Holy Spirit Analysis

    To know and understand through the revelation of the Spirit of God, the eternal oneness of Jesus the "Son", Jesus the "Father", and Jesus the "Holy Spirit". That He was and is before all things and that by him "all things consist". That Jesus is the fullness of the Godhead bodily and without controversy great is that mystery of Godliness. Even though man in his finite thinking gradually gravitated away from the leading of the Holy Spirit through the centuries, God has still through Jesus Christ…

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  • Basil's On The Holy Spirit And Morality

    Basil in On the Holy Spirit argues that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are essentially equal in nature. While heretics try to subvert the role of Holy Spirit in the trinity, Basil rightly argues that there is no distinction in authority between the three persons. He argues that from the beginning of time, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit were one in the same, and even if someone were to “travel ever so far backward you cannot get beyond the was, and however you may strain and strive to see…

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  • The Role Of The Holy Spirit In The Trinity

    The Holy Spirit is often discounted in the Trinity, leaving the Father and the Son. We always hear and read a lot about the work of the Father and the Son, but the work of the Holy Spirit is often ignored. However, the Holy Spirit is always working in us. Even though people often forget about the Holy Spirit, it plays a huge role in the Church today. I think the Holy Spirit is often discounted as a member of the Trinity because people do not understand the role it plays in their lives. It is…

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  • John The Holy Spirit Analysis

    Intro The Holy Spirit as a being is very well known throughout the scriptures of the Bible. The Holy Spirit is revealed first in Genesis 1:2 and is talked about frequently throughout the rest of the Old Testament. The Holy Spirit is also mentioned in the New Testament just as much as the Old Testament, but the best description of his works and being are described in the Gospel of John. In this paper I will examine the being of the Holy Spirit and his works as it is explained within the Gospel…

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  • The Importance Of The Holy Spirit In The Bible

    gain new depth of study. From the basics of a complete and careful exegesis, inclusion of epistemological insights, and using sound hermeneutics which bring discernment, we have been called to stand in the post-Pentecostal era using the Light of Spirit as the guide. This course has led us to glean ways to enter our study of Scripture by first acknowledging that the Bible is indeed God incarnate in written form. That idea alone creates reverence for approaching the text. The highest…

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  • Holy Spirit Act 2 Analysis

    The Holy Spirit will manifest the present need of the people through you, which might not necessarily meant speaking in tongues. God will give you the utterance to speak in tongues if and only if it will be of great benefit to the people around you. The genuine speaking in tongues from God has no pride and does not cause confusion or distraction in the House of the Lord. Act chapter 10 verses 44 say: “Even as Peter was saying these things, the Holy Spirit fell upon all who had heard the…

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  • Comparison Of The Father, The Son, And The Holy Spirit

    name of the Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit”. These words characterize a Christian and Catholic mass. Through mass, when beginning or ending a prayer, each member of the church makes the sign of the cross and mutters these famous words. The Father, The Son, The Holy Spirit. For centuries, Christians have debated the relationship between the three within the Trinity. The most common belief among Christians is that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are three entities apart of one…

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