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Who is the Holy Spirit?


When it comes to building a strong foundation in our spiritual lives, there is no better place to start than with God Himself. According to Scripture, there is a single God who manifests Himself in three distinct persons. The most mysterious and most frequently misunderstood person of the Trinity is . . . Read more ›

The Importance of Following God’s Code

In the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, a reporter discovered one house standing firm on its foundation amid the devastation and debris. “Sir,” the reporter asked the owner, “why is your house the only one still standing?” “Well sir,” the man replied, “I built . . . Read more ›

The Person and Nature of the Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is called the Paraclete in the original Greek, which literally means “one called alongside to help.” He is here for you—and He wants to do a wonderful work in your life (see John 14:16–18). He wants to seal, guide, empower, and fill you, time and time again. Yet, there is . . . Read more ›

Sins against the Holy Spirit

The Bible warns of six sins one can commit against the Holy Spirit. Some of them can only be committed by nonbelievers, while others could be committed by believers. A believer can lie to the Holy Spirit. Lying to the Holy Spirit means to pretend to be something you are not—to go through the motions . . . Read more ›

The Holy Spirit’s Plan (Purpose) for Your Life

“Those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit, the things of the Spirit. For to be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace” (Romans 8:5–6). Instead of lying to, grieving . . . Read more ›

The Holy Spirit’s Plan Brings You Closer to God

Just think, the Holy Spirit has converted, assured, and sealed you, all the while continuing to teach you and help you in your prayers. The Holy Spirit is your Helper, Teacher, and Comforter. “The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, long suffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness . . . Read more ›

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