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Tag Archives: Holy Spirit
John 14:26 (TLB) But when the Father sends the Comforter instead of me—and by the Comforter I mean the Holy Spirit—he will teach you much, as well as remind you of everything I myself have told you. We mourn, and … Continue reading
Think of the disciples, daily walking and talking with Jesus, and then . . . he was gone. Surely they mourned, as Jesus knew they would. He promised them comfort: John 14:26 (AMP) . . . the Helper (Comforter, Advocate, Intercessor—Counselor, … Continue reading
The living creature of Ezekiel’s vision had four faces: Ox, Man, Lion, Eagle Labor, Compassion, Protection, Vision God’s kingdom needs all four faces. The Church needs all four faces. Each congregation needs all four faces. All … Continue reading
Follow this blog for long, and you’ll meet up with Preacher Spurgeon. He’s my favorite. “The rivers of living water are to flow out of the midst of the man . . . that is, from his heart and … Continue reading
We experience times when God seems far away. We call these desert seasons, dry times. The Holy Spirit comes as spiritual precipitation—sometimes silent, like a quiet snowfall or a creeping fog. Other times, the Spirit moves in surprising power, like … Continue reading
Watchman Nee gives us a very good reason to be filled with the Spirit. “Let God but occupy all the space himself, and what room is left for the evil one?“ Watchman Nee was a 20th century … Continue reading
This might explain why folks hesitate to speak up about their faith.