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Joel prophesies of the special outpouring work of the Spirit, who brings supernatural deliverance and judgment.
Sermon on Pentecost on what the Spirit-filled life and what it is not.
This message spells out the Biblical doctrine behind the baptism of the Holy Spirit available to all new testament believers, and was conveniently preached on the Day of Pentecost 2013.
This week Lead Pastor Tim Osborn turns to Romans 8:1-17 for his talk "This is Your Mind on the Spirit."
This sermon explores the reality of Satan, his techniques against Christians and how we can stand our ground against him.
We often quote from Heidelberg Catechism Question one, “Christ, by His Holy Spirit, assures me of eternal life and makes me wholeheartedly willing and ready from now on to live for him.” I want to show this morning from Scripture there is a difference between receiving the Holy Spirit and being filled with the Holy Spirit; that there’s much more to the Spirit’s work and power than just conversion. He brings us to eternal life and He empowers us to live holy lives. We have all been taught that at conversion we receive the promised gift of the Holy Spirit. That is true and very important to know and understand. Let me remind you of this from Scripture.
The day of Pentecost is a landmark day in the history of God's people. Yet it was this way even before a specific day [which Christians refer to as Pentecost] around 1,980 years ago. Surrounding the events of Pentecost we see a God doing His part to undo the effects of sin on His world, which though now fallen, will one day become the Kingdom of our Lord and Christ!
Pentecost marks the beginning of a new era for people who are learning to love and following Jesus. It's the day in which the church remembers and celebrates the pouring out of the Holy Spirit on all believers. We celebrate Pentecost today and use it as an opportunity to launch a brand new series entitled "Engage!". For the next weeks we will be learning and discovering the wonder, goodness, purpose and power of the Holy Spirit. Visit the online study guide for today's message: http://bible.us/e/waq