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Holy Spirit

  • by Peter Eddington
God is not trying to save the world now. He is calling only a few to the first of future harvests.
  • by Justin Palm
Christians are told to “seek first the Kingdom of God.” But what must we do to enter God’s coming Kingdom and inherit eternal life?
  • by John LaBissoniere
The nations of the world seek power to resist real or potential enemies. But what about you? When you have God and His indisputable power on your side, you can be fully confident He will see you through every trouble you face.
  • by John LaBissoniere
The spiritual imagery associated with the biblical instruction of baptism is incredibly rich, deeply meaningful and bursting with hope, joy and anticipation. Discover its hidden treasures!
  • by Rudy Rangel III
Can our leaders ever negotiate peace? Can we experience it in our personal lives? What will it take for the world to finally know rest?
  • by United Church of God
The Bible does not speak of evidence of the Holy Spirit being in us through physical, outward signs. Instead, it speaks of it in terms of actions of the heart.
  • by United Church of God
The Holy Spirit within a person is the presence of the living Christ within that person. To grieve the Holy Spirit is to cause sorrow, distress, and emotional pain to Jesus Christ Himself. Through His presence in us Jesus is witness to our every word, thought and act. Some have the potential to grieve Him.
  • by United Church of God
The actions of having someone put you under water and then bring you back up again have no power in and of themselves. However, in the context of a baptism these actions are a necessary sign of a spiritual transformation taking place within.
  • by Donald Ward
Belief in the Trinity is the hallmark of orthodoxy. It is so strongly held by many churches that to deny it, in their view, is to not be a Christian. Do you understand what the Bible really says?