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09 Mar 2018 Romans (Program #40)

Romans (Program #40) – Abiding in Christ by Minding the Spirit

We don’t have a method, we don’t have a technique – we have an all-inclusive Person. If our eyes would be open, we would be exhilarated with the liberty this would bring into our spiritual life. We wouldn’t be praying for this or that – we would just love, enjoy, receive and experience Christ as everything. It’s wonderful!

For centuries Christians have struggled to comprehend the Biblical correct understanding of the Trinity. But today we are going to discover that beyond it’s theological importance, the Trinity is vital to our being able to experience the God of our salvation.  Once again today, we’re in the the very critical eighth chapter of Romans. more…

31 Dec 2017 Acts (Program #44)

Acts (Program #44) – The Propagation in Asia Minor and Europe through the Ministry of Paul’s Company (10)

If we were embarking on a mission to preach the Gospel, surely we would expect the Holy Spirit to assist us, even empower us. But, did you know that the book of Acts tells of the Holy Spirit and the Spirit of Jesus even forbidding the Apostle Paul from doing just that? It’s a surprising story that’s full of spiritual insight when we dig into it. Stay with us for a rich and enlightening life study of the Bible.

03 Nov 2017 Exodus (Program #153)

Exodus (Program #153) – The Compound Ointment—The Compound Spirit (2) Titles of the Spirit

The Spirit, of course is the third of the Godhead.  It is also a major topic of the Bible.  But it is known or referred to by many different titles; the Spirit of God, the Spirit of Jehovah, and in the New Testament, the Spirit of Jesus, the Spirit of Reality and of course the Holy Spirit.  So the question arises, why so many titles for the one Spirit?  Surely God was not being careless neither was He trying to confuse us.  But rather these titles convey significant revelation for us to be those who genuinely walk in and experience the Spirit in our daily lives.