Walking in the Holy Spirit and Power

Do you have fellowship with the Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14)? Do you need the power for Christian living that only comes from the Holy Spirit? Do you need power for ministry, to serve God? Are you interested in demonstrating the gospel as well as just giving out true words about God? This section contains teachings which can help you receive all that God has given you.

The Holy Spirit is God, not a Force

We should not confuse the Holy Spirit with the way He might make us feel sometimes, or with the power that He has.

The Holy Spirit is God. We can deduce this from Acts 5:3-4, where it reads as follow:

Thoughts on Sickness and Discerning the Lord’s Body

There is a rather intriguing and mysterious passage in the Bible found in the book of 1 Corinthians chapter 11, in which Paul seeks to correct some of the abuses that were happening in relation to the Lord's supper. Paul's main concern seems to be that this celebration of the Lord's Supper should be done in a way pleasing to God. This is because Jesus Christ Himself commanded it to be done. And Paul writes:

Self-Discipline – Key to Revival and Spiritual Success

What is self-discipline? The Collins dictionary defines it as "the act of disciplining or power to discipline one's own feelings, desires, etc., esp with the intention of improving oneself". It has also been defined as "Training and control of oneself and one's conduct, usually for personal improvement."

Reinhard Bonnke’s Views on the Holy Spirit

To me Reinhard Bonnke is one of the greatest evangelists of all time. His crusade meetings and other initiatives have touched hundreds of millions of people. Great miracles from God accompany his clear and forthright presentations of Jesus and the cross of Christ. We can thank God for Reinhard Bonnke and his partners who together have done great things for God.

The Holy Spirit – Bible Study Outline

Introduction
The Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Trinity. He is not a power or force  but a Person. In the. O.T. the Holy Spirit was given to particular individuals for special tasks. But in the N.T. every believer is given. Let us study this great Person of Godhead, shall we?

Facts about the  Holy Spirit
1. The Holy Spirit is a Person. Jn. 16:7
2. He is the Omnipresent God.  Ps. 139:7
3. He is the Eternal Spirit. Heb. 9:14
4. He is the Lord. 2 Cor. 3:17

The Gift of the Holy Spirit – Bible Study

Introduction
The New Testament uses the word GIFT and GIFTS in relation to the Holy Spirit. The “Gift” of the spirit refers to a specific, experience in the Holy Spirit, where as the “Gifts” refers to the divine abilities given by the Spirit of God!

Facts about the  Gift of the  Holy Spirit
1.    It is for those who have REPENTED. “Repent. . .and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit” Acts 2:38.

Should We Base our Christianity on the Early Church, the 5th Century Church, the 16th Century church or what?

John Edwards wrote on Facebook:

John Edwards on Cessationist Arguments

These posts were made originally by John Edwards on the group "Christians against the Pentecostal / Charismatic Movement". What a delightful name for a group.

 

Character – Personal Revival Manual – Catch the Glorious Fire

 

From “Catch the Glorious Fire” by Ps Paul Quadros

 

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Impossible to Possible – Part 2 – Dare to Win – by Rambabu

When the Holy Spirit comes on you, a damp squib, a WlNh-out, will become a stick of dynamite. The impossible Will become possible.

I Samuel 8:4 tells us that Israel wanted a King:

So all the elders of Israel gathered together and came to Samuel at Ramah. They said to him, “You are old, and your sons do not walk in your ways; now appoint a King to lead us, such as all the other nations have.”

Samuel was displeased, that the people did not recognize the LORD as their King.

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