Young Christian these days are confronted by much confusion on the teaching of the Holy Spirit and how He baptises, fills and anoints God's people. Contradictory statements and clashing ideas flow from a new generation of anecdotal-style books, which tend not to offer a close look at biblical passages on the subject. In this book Dr. Masters takes readers through Bible verses to establish each point, and to answer each question posed. When is the believer baptised with the Spirit, and what does it amount to? How exactly does the Spirit witness with our spirit? How does assurance come? Is the believer to struggle against sin, or does the Lord fight the battle for him? Must we be emptied and broken to receive the blessing? What is the filling of the spirit. Clear and scriptual answers are given to all such questions, and there is an appendix about the controversy over the 'Ephesus twelve', and whether or not their experience proves the need for a baptism of the Spirit after conversion.