This book explores the mystery of the Holy Spirit and the seven spiritual gifts of wisdom, knowledge, understanding, fortitude, piety, counsel, and fear of the Lord. While admitting that describing the Holy Spirit is like "trying to describe the wind," author Bill Dodds uses a casual conversational style and everyday examples to translate complex theological concepts. In each chapter, Dodds users the Scripture and Catechism to examine one of the seven gifts and an aspect of the Holy Spirit. He follows with a discussion of the opposite of each gift (e.g., foolishness rather than wisdom) and reveals the abundance of joy found when accepting these gifts.
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