Tag Archives: Holy Spirit

Wednesday’s Christmas Prayer: God the Holy Spirit

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Q Zone: God’s Will. God’s Gifts. God’s People.

God’s will. God’s gifts. God’s people. Those were the subjects of our two weeks in the first 16 verses of Acts 21, as well as the source of the questions that came in. And speaking of questions, here are the ones we didn’t address in the service with what I hope are some insightful answers. […]

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Q Zone: Are You a …

Well, if you were at either of our services today, you understand the title of this post. If not, let me suggest you listen here, letting our last live question catch you up to speed. But some questions from these two weeks in Acts 19 still remain, so it’s time for this biblically charismatic blogger […]

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Sunday Rewind: How Do You Listen to the Holy Spirit?

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Q Zone: Honest Questions About the Holy Spirit from Acts 8

There’s now way around it — Acts 8 presents some interesting situations that seem more exceptional than normative in the New Testament, especially in regards to activity surrounding the Holy Spirit. What is one to do and think? Though I indirectly addressed these questions as in my message Sunday, here are the questions in a […]

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Sunday Rewind: Should We See…

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Q Zone: A Six-Pack on the Spirit

The first 13 verses of Acts 2 no doubt generated a number of questions last week as I taught through those verses. (Love the curious mind!) And even though I answered some in each service, here are six more which we didn’t address. Q: In Joel’s prophecy, he describes God pouring out his Spirit on […]

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Sunday Rewind: God’s Best Gift

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Q Zone: Does the Holy Spirit…

Two words are often confused when it comes to certain aspects of the work of the God the Holy Spirit: His baptism and his filling. Pastor Chris brought this out well in his message last week, providing some insight into both. Still, people often wonder, as did the person who texted in this question, about […]

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