Join Emily Trotter and John Fugh Jr. for this new on-demand study on the significance of the Holy Spirit in our lives today.
In This Episode:
Scriptures References: Ephesians 3:14-21 | Matthew 28:18-20 | John 20:21 | Acts 1:8 | Isaiah 6:8 | Acts 4:13 | 1 Corinthians 1:26-29 | Colossians 1:17 | Mark 10:21-22 | Acts 1:3 | Acts 1:6 | Acts 1:7-8 | Matthew 5:13-14 | Ephesians 4:1 | John 21:15-19 | Romans 5:1
The proclamation of forgiveness that has already been declared in heaven.
They were not special or dynamic men and women of faith. They were just people who were willing to listen to God.
We claim that what we want is to know what will happen exactly. When we do know, we then try to figure out what to do based upon our own strength. The tension is that when this happens, we tend to have more confidence in ourselves than in God.
The Holy Spirit knows what the future holds. He knows what we get today will be needed for then.
The Holy Spirit is at work within us to empower us to be people who will listen.
The Holy Spirit is all around us and encompassing us.
“Not everything in the Bible is about me. But everything in the Bible is for me.”
First and foremost, the Holy Spirit empowers you to be a witness for Christ — to speak boldly about Him.
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