Holy Spirit

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  • Argumentative Essay On Verse 29-30

    Verse 29-30 “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it many benefit those who listen. And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.” Historical The believers in the church of Ephesus were struggling with lying, anger, stealing, unwholesome speech, hard feelings and bitterness. These are things that all Christians have had to deal with but people…

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  • Magisterium Tradition Analysis

    tradition. The Catechism outlines the duties of the Magisterium, which is comprised of the responsibility to relay the scriptures to the faithful. The Magisterium chooses which scriptures and traditions are authentic through the Holy Spirit’s inspiration. Through the Holy Spirit’s inspiration the Magisterium is then able to…

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  • Act 7 Miracles Of Jesus

    Jerusalem heard that Samaria had received the word of God, they sent unto them Peter and John: Who, when they were come down, prayed for them, that they might receive the Holy Ghost: (For as yet he was fallen upon none of them: only they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus.) Then laid they their hands on them, and they received the Holy Ghost” (Acts 8:14-17). Those of who received the gift of miracles after the apostles laid their hands on them. In Act seven godly men were chosen…

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  • Relationship Between Scripture And The Unwritten Traditions

    conduct. The Scripture and the unwritten tradition are both considered vital and acceptable to the Catholic Church because they came from the Apostles, who knew the truth of salvation from the teaching of Jesus or when they were inspired by the Holly Spirit. The contain of the Scripture and the Tradition is the is the Gospel proclaimed by Jesus, which is the source of the whole truth of salvation. Does the council fathers ever define what they mean by “traditions”? The council fathers did not…

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  • Council Of Nicea Analysis

    was the Council of Nicea. The Council of Nicea was “the first Ecumenical Council.” This council met on the teaching of Arius, a presbyter of Alexandria. Arius’s belief was that “the Father is greater than the Son, who in turn is greater than the Holy Spirit.” This belief is a “radical monotheism” saying that the Father and the Father alone is God.…

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  • Annotated Bible Research Paper

    offspring of man alluded to in Jesus’ title Son of Man are not physical sons but spiritual sons in that God’s spirit is passed on as a light over and over. The Inclusion of God the Spirit implies that God is everyone—at least everyone who believes in and accepts Jesus Christ—on account of his spirit being given to all who believe in Him. The Father-Son relationship cycle is representative of God’s Spirit flowing through his creation. It simply shows the breadth of his power. “As you, Father, are…

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  • 12 Faith Research Paper

    word of the creator the belief in something much greater and more powerful than we can ever imagine, the ability to trust. In the power of the spirit as we came to see the visible manifestation of our trust in the invisible without doubt. It is blood that gives life to our body, faith is said to be the only emotion that pleases the creator. The Holy Spirit helps us to increase our faith when we rust without doubt that what we will is also the Will of God and our desires became manifest as we…

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  • Michael Reeves's Delighting In The Trinity

    Through reading the book, Delighting in the Trinity, I discovered how God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit are all connected and how that affects my life today. I learned what God desires for his people and how He wishes for us to live a full and flourishing life. As I continue my journey at Taylor University I see how God wants us to live together in fellowship and love one another with the same love God has for us. Reading Michael Reeves book has helped me see the love God has for me. I…

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  • Pentecostal History: The Assemblies Of God

    believed that the Spirit was moving among the people. One such denomination is the Assemblies of God. This denomination will be the focus. The purpose is to survey the major values that are considered absolutely essential to the faith. While there are many fundamental truths only four will be examined. The doctrinal statement of the Assemblies of God emphasize things such as salvation,…

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  • Theory Of Atonement In Religion

    The Holy Spirit does not belong to us Christian and is not trapped in our hearts or in our church. We want to know who the Holy Spirit is we have to look first at Jesus of Nazareth. Peter later summed up his whole story by proclaiming Jesus as one whom God anointed with the Holy Spirit and with power (Acts 10:38). The Gospels teach us to think of him also as a human being who at every point in his life in everything he said and did was filled led inspired and empowered by God 's Holy Spirit look…

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