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We often find ourselves dislocated from the present, inattentive to things in front of us: people, work, culture, ministry opportunities, prayer, and even the Spirit himself. The Holy Spirit, however, relocates us in the present, motivating us to fully engage whatever God puts before us. Instead of relating narrowly to the Spirit based on just a few of his gifts, Here in Spirit broadens our engagement with him, touring aspects of his vast character that often go unexplored. It turns out, living in the Spirit is the source of the most meaningful, creative, satisfying life possible.
|Title: Here in Spirit: Knowing the Spirit Who Creates, Sustains, and Transforms Everything|
By: Jonathan K. Dodson
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
|Publication Date: 2018|
Weight: 8 ounces
Stock No: WW845446
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"Warm, pastoral, and filled with scriptural truth and wisdom, Here in Spirit reintroduces us to the Holy Spirit so that we come to love him as a person and depend ever more on his power."
"Ive lost count of the number of books Ive read on the Holy Spirit. Ive even written a few myself. After a while they all start to sound the same, and I lose interest. Trust me when I say that this will most assuredly not happen to you on reading Jonathan Dodsons excellent book, Here in Spirit. It is a surprisingly fresh, exquisitely written, biblically rooted, and experientially honest presentation of the Spirit of God as a person with whom we commune right here, right now. Dodson doesnt avoid the controversial elements in the Spirits work, but that isnt his focus. His aim is to help us grow in our relationship with the Spirit and to open our eyes and hearts to the multifaceted ministries of the third person of the Godhead. I cant recommend this book too highly."