Holy Spirit

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  • Walking By The Holy Spirit Analysis

    First of all, the Holy Spirit gives believers the freedom to grow in sanctification and to glorify God. Believers have freedom simply because it is God’s gift to us, thus it can only be exercised in faith by walking by the spirit. (“galatians 5:13-26”) God has not given this freedom so people can live their lives for their own pleasure, but for the first time, they can do what God desires out of love for Him. The Holy Spirit gives true believers this desire to serve God. Believers will not enjoy…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Son And The Holy Spirit

    father, the son, and the holy spirit…” about 12 times in a day. Now despite this relentless repetition I didn’t really understand exactly what I was saying. It was only until I was in about 8th grade when I began to understand the doctrine behind the Holy Trinity. Along with this initial understanding, I have gained a new knowledge of it in this class. We’ve learned that the three persons posses one nature which is God. The persons, The Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit all coexist, and were…

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  • The Holy Spirit In The Gospel Of John Analysis

    Introduction This research paper will discern this authors analysis concerning the role of the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of John. A review of the “disciple whom Jesus loved” (John 13:23) notable beliefs concerning the Holy Spirit will be examined and reviewed in accordance with the literary and cultural context of the Gospel. In addition, the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament, a more extensive review of the Gospel will be investigated as well as an assortment of Bible commentaries, theology…

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  • The Person Of The Holy Spirit In John's Gospel

    The Person of the Holy Spirit is entrenched inside of the whole extent of Scripture. He is initially specified in Genesis 1:2 and shows up oftentimes all through the Old Testament. He is no less unmistakable in the New Testament, yet there is maybe not any more essential photo of the degree of His temperament and work than the one communicated in the Gospel of John. This paper will analyze both the Person and the work of the Holy Spirit as it is expounded in John’s Gospel. This paper will…

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  • The Holy Spirit: A Study Of Deliverance Ministry

    either. However, there are times when The Holy Spirit – as only He can will cause the eyes of my understanding to be enlightened [Eph. 1:18] concerning a passage I thought I had a full understanding of. Recently, I’ve been spending some time in study regarding deliverance. You see, I came to the Lord many moons ago. My conversion took place during a time when churches still made altar calls and when persons who answered that call and were bound by demonic spirits the preacher and the mothers…

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  • Jack Deere's Philosophy Of The Holy Spirit

    The Holy Spirit, Holy Ghost, our Helper, our Comforter, Encourage, one of the three parts of the Holy Trinity; although there are quite a few different names, He is the same spirit of God. One of the 66 life breathing books of the Holy Bible has some of the most excellent examples of what it looks like to walk by faith with the Holy Spirit. The book of Acts is the account of apostles of Christ who lived radically for the sake of the gospel, glory of God, and the salvation of everyone. They were…

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  • Compare And Contrast Holy Trinity And Spirit Of Christ

    J.M.J. Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ are two Catholic Churches in Westminster, Colorado. Both churches have details that are unique. Though they are in such proximity with each other, they have characteristics that differ. On the other hand, Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ share several similarities. In examining their similarities and differences, we can discover that Holy Trinity and Spirit of Christ are wonderful churches in their own way. Holy…

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  • Analysis Of The Holy Spirit By J. Todd Billings

    the Holy Spirit is futile and useless. He uses numerous examples on how Scripture should be read and understood, both individually and as a whole church. Undoubtedly, Billings has an extremely high view that Christians should be made more and more into the image of Christ, by the power of the Holy Spirit, as they delve deeper into the Word. Billings believes…

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  • Threeness Of God: The Father, Son, And Holy Spirit

    plurality or threeness of the Trinity can best be explained in the following depiction: The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are truly distinct from one another because of their relationship with one another; however, they are entirely God due to sharing the same essence. This suggests that the threeness of God can be found in the Eternal Processions or relations between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, as indicated by Gregory of Nazianzus. While each created thing is made up of a substance or…

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  • Clark H. Pinnnock Holy Spirit Summary

    Once again, Clark H. Pinnock opens wide my eyes to the power of the Holy Spirit at work in the world through the church. He highlights the need for the church to be empowered by the Spirit in order to complete God’s mission. For example, Pinnock says, “Like Jesus, the church must live not out of its own resources but by the power of the indwelling Spirit, which breathes, strengthens, inspires and guides” (Pinnock 115). This is a huge reminder for me not to depend on the world’s ideas or even my…

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