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God's Holy Spirit

  • by United News
Part 2 of this doctrinal study paper, originally published in November 1998, continues the in-depth look into whether God calls children of members of God’s Church and how the answer to that question affects the expectations and approach parents take when teaching their children the ways of God.
  • by Melody Hess
Growing closer to God requires replacing our carnal human nature with His divine nature through the power of His Holy Spirit.
  • by Lorelei Nettles
There is a country song by Martina McBride called “Anyway.” It is about not being afraid to go forward even if things don’t always turn out as we think they should. Sometimes the strength to go on comes from the human spirit. Sometimes it takes more.
  • by Graemme Marshall
The Holy Spirit makes possible the development of righteous character. But comfortable complacency can mean a smug security instead of extending oneself. The parable of the talents helps explain the difference.
  • by Jack Elliott
Events on the world scene indicate growing trouble ahead. This is no time for us to slumber and sleep.
  • by Jack Elliott
In the Christian world, many trust that Jesus will save them if they accept Him and do the best they can in this life. But is that what the Bible teaches? There is a great mystery about salvation, which few understand.
  • by United News
Galatians 5:19-21 describes our natural state, and as we examine ourselves before Passover, we see some of these carnal tendencies still lurking in the recesses of our minds. What can we do?
  • by Roy Holladay
Why is it absolutely imperative that we study the Bible and pray? What does it accomplish for a Christian? How do we take prayer and Bible study and convert it into spiritual strength and character?