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Get a better understanding of the Holy Spirit and why the Spirit of God is as relevant today as in Biblical times.
Many who are very familiar with God, the Father, and Jesus, the Son, have far less understanding of God’s Spirit.
This easy-to-follow guide explains what the stories of the Bible reveal about the Holy Spirit. Doris Rikkers highlights characters and scenes from the Bible that show the Spirit at work, both in the Old Testament and the New Testament. Every story includes an application for today.
Learn the who, what, where, when and how of God’s Spirit. Presented in a lively narrative, UNDERSTANDING THE HOLY SPIRIT TODAY communicates biblical truth that will empower and uplift.
Anointing. While the word has several meanings in the Bible, it always revolves around the idea of the Holy Spirit and His power to change human lives. Each of us has an anointing or a special gift from God. Using it properly is the key to creating what is good, blessing and encouraging others, edifying ourselves, and pleasing the Lord.
Excerpted from sermons preached by A. W. Tozer at his Chicago church, these four chapters cover the following subjects: (1) Who Is the Holy Spirit? (2) The Promise of the Father, (3) How to Be Filled with the Holy Spirit, (4) How to Cultivate the Spirit’s Companionship.
World-renowned New Testament scholar offers a straightforward examination of what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit.
Who exactly is the Holy Spirit? What does he do in our lives? How can we know him more deeply, and is it possible to tap into his power? Should we pray to the Holy Spirit? Is it possible to be aware of his promptings and speaking into our lives? Dr. Scot McKnight answers these questions and more in this comprehensive examination of what the Bible says about this divinely important, but often confusing member of the Trinity.
This is the third work in a three-part series examining some of the more mysterious components of the Christian faith. Scot’s The Heaven Promise examines the afterlife. The Hum of Angels elucidates the Bible’s teaching on God’s supernatural messengers and protectors. Now, Open to the Spirit examines the most mysterious member of the Trinity.
Scot blogs at Patheos, a large multi-perspective blog format. It serves many influential voices from many faith and non-faith traditions. Scot’s blog draws primarily a Christian readership; one that is looking for intellectual engagement and thoughtful analysis of Scripture, Theology, and Culture.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
In 1903, the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America revised the Westminster Confession of Faith because they thought it was deficient regarding the Holy Spirit. In The Spirit of the Age, J. V. Fesko explores the differences between the pre-Enlightenment theology that formed the original Westminster Confession and the post-Enlightenment theology that called for its revision. This study reveals that the pneumatology of the original Westminster Confession is marked by catholicity, whereas the revisions of 1903 represent a doctrine of the Holy Spirt that departed from the common Christianity of the ages. It also reveals that some of the underlying issues linked to the 1903 revisions are still alive today, even among Presbyterian fellowships that refused to adopt the twentieth-century revisions to the Westminster Confession.
In this grab bag we have 5 e-books from Harvest House which were on sale in celebration of Mother’s Day. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In this grab bag we have 18 non-fiction e-books from Harvest House. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.