When you relate to God, are you usually thinking of the Father, the Son, or the Spirit? Which one do you need to know more about?
Is Holy Spirit someone’s name? How do you relate to this person named Holy Spirit? How do we do life with him? How does he help us relate to other people?
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If you had to say everything that had to be said about the Holy Spirit in six sessions, what would you focus on? Which Scriptures would you choose?
Theology must be practical. Theology tells us the Holy Spirit is a person, so how do we relate to him? What is this Person doing? How do we partner with him? What does it look like to do life with him?
Those questions drive the agenda for live sessions (not blog topics) over the next six Monday evenings: Continue reading “Free course: Holy Spirit and You”
John the Baptist coined this term, as a way of contrasting his ministry with Jesus’. What did he mean?
Open Matthew 3:11-12.
What is baptism with the Holy Spirit? John said he baptized with water, but the coming king would baptize his people with Holy Spirit and fire. All later uses of this phrase refer back to John (except 1 Corinthians 12:13), so understanding what he meant is crucial to understanding the phrase. Continue reading “What is baptism with the Holy Spirit? (Matthew 3:11-12)”
Who is Holy Spirit? How do we relate to him?
These are live sessions (not blog topics), over the next six Monday evenings: Continue reading “Free course: Holy Spirit and You”