Glory is used to refer to the very substance of His Person - a manifestation of who God His (His character, virtues) and what He does. For God there is no distance and no time. He dwells in eternity. He is omni-present. In the glory there is no distance. In the glory there is no time. Stay tuned to part 1 of this series.
The names/titles of the Holy Spirit given in the scriptures aren’t meaningless. They are synonyms for the third person of the Trinity. Rightly understood, these names provide tremendous insight into the will, ways and work of the Holy Spirit.
Every believer can have rivers of living water - rivers of the presence, power and working of the Holy Spirit - flowing through him/her. We must by faith step out and minister the flow of Holy Spirit. Let the power flow!
The gifts of the Spirit are given to all believers - every man/woman. These gifts are a “manifestation” of the Spirit. They are an expression of Him (the Spirit). An operation of the gift of the Spirit is the Holy Spirit expressing Himself. He always glorifies Jesus. Watch part 8 of this series.
The outpouring of the Holy Spirit or the baptism in the Holy Spirit is for all believers and is accompanied by supernatural manifestations – praying in other tongues being the most common. On this episode we learn about the baptism in the Holy Spirit followed by a time of prayer and ministry for people to be baptized in the Spirit and activated in praying in the Spirit.
Even before we come to the Lord, it is the Holy Spirit that first draws us to Him. There are several ways the Holy Spirit moves in the heart of a believer. Watch part 6 of the series.
Even before we come to the Lord, it is the Holy Spirit that first draws us to Him. There are several ways the Holy Spirit moves in the heart of an unbeliever. Watch part 5 of the series.
The book of Acts establishes the pattern that the Holy Spirit is imparted to genuine believers in several ways. The Holy Spirit works His will by filling believers with His presence and power while He leads and empowers the early church for growth and service. In this series we study how we should seek to be filled with the Spirit on a continual basis and how a church’s growth is vitally tied to its relationship with the Spirit.
Although Jesus was God (Deity) in origin, He did not do the miracles He did by His powers as Deity (Omnipotence, Omniscience, Omnipresence). Rather He did the miracles by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Stay tuned to part 3 of this series to study how Jesus worked in the supernatural by the power of the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit’s ministry in Old Testament was not the same as it was from the Day of Pentecost. In Old Testament He came on few individuals for particular reasons. He moved upon them guiding, directing and encouraging. He did not reside with them permanently. He ministered through prophets, judges, kings & few other individuals. Watch Part 2 of this series.