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This book clarifies the Holy Spirit's character and work, enabling the person leading a Bible study or preaching to teach authoritatively about Him: maintaining a healthy, vibrant church that honors God in unity---in spirit and truth.
The Church can only carry out the cultural and evangelistic mandates given to it if we listen to the Holy Spirit and work with Him. Communities and nations can only be changed if people listen to his calling through the church.
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2006
|Dimensions: 7.80 X 5.12 X 0.41 (inches)|
Series: Proclamation Trust
Teaching 1 Peter: Unlocking the Book of 1 Peter for the Bible TeacherAngus MacLeayChristian Focus / Trade Paperback$11.69 Retail:
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The Holy Spirit has worked in the lives of believers since creation. He has been bringing people to repentance, comforting the broken-hearted, guiding the faithful and helping Christians to pray. The story of the church is his story too. Despite this pivotal role there is much debate in the church over the nature of his activity in our lives. Differing interpretations have resulted in divisions in the church. This book clarifies the Holy Spirits character and work, enabling the person leading a bible study or preaching to teach authoritatively about him: maintaining a healthy, vibrant church that honours God in unity - in spirit and truth. The Church can only carry out the cultural and evangelistic mandates given to it if we listen to the Holy Spirit and work with him. Communities and nations can only be changed if people listen to his calling through the church. David Jackman has produced a work that will be of immense help to Christians who seek to gain more of an understanding of how the Holy Spirit moves in our lives.
"In a topic usually known more for its disagreements, Jackman steers a sure-footed course through the main lines of thought about the Holy Spirit. Every Christian should be a theologian of the Holy Spirit and this book will greatly help us in this goal. It carries us along, with skillful and pastoral insight, to a greater appreciation for the third Person of the Trinity."