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Give The Glory - Sermon X

Give The Glory - Sermon X

The Holy Spirit of God

The sermon, 'The Holy Spirit of God,' starts off with a 'get rich' theme in a prayer for God to fill the viewers with the Holy Spirit of God with immensity of blessings.

The Minister conveys some of the many beautiful blessings that are of the Holy Spirit, including the Holy Spirit being sent as a witness of Jesus Christ. No one knows Jesus, 1st Corinthians 12:3 details, without the presence of the Holy Spirit as a witness.

The message continues with the reading and teaching of Acts 2:1-5 and Acts 2:14-17, with references made to chapters 3,4,5, and 6 of the book of Acts. Summarizing, Peter testifies of Jesus in an amazing message with the Holy Spirit of God moving upon a multitude of people, with scripture stating that many surrendered their life to Jesus. These verses also tell of the first church age healing, another 5,000 people gaining salvation, many signs and wonders happening, including the Holy Spirit of God pouring through Stephen to testify of Jesus.

The message states that the Holy Spirit as described in these verses 2,000 years ago, is the same Holy Spirit who is filling our world today with immensity of blessings. The Holy Spirit is 'everywhere,' a comforter giving guidance, a healer performing miracles, and the Holy Spirit of God gives new life in witnessing to Jesus now and unto everlasting Heaven.

Scripture including Ephesians 2:1 is explained, that the Holy Spirit makes someone feel alive. Titus 3:5-7 is witnessed, in that the Holy Spirit is a washing, a regeneration, giving salvation with mercy and grace. The Holy Spirit of God is many things, including every Word in the Bible.

The Holy Spirit can come upon someone in a peace passing all understanding, in a thickness of otherworldly euphoria beyond comprehension, giving immediate awareness that all and everything of this world is exactly and precisely, 'nothingness.'

The Holy Spirit strengthens us, prophesies through us, fills us, and instructs us.

The Minister explains that the same power and promise that the Holy Spirit of God gave to Paul and to Stephen, the Holy Spirit gives to us.

The message continues on into a powerful heartfelt prayer of salvation and surrender.

Acts 1:4 And being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem, but wait for the promise of the Father, which saith he, ye have heard of me.

Written by James Rathman, Minister for Jesus Christ 

 

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Wednesday, 01 April 2020