Tag Archives: Holy Spirit

John Knox explains the Reformation:

“God gave his Holy Spirit to simple men in great abundance.” Quoted in Iain Murray, Pentecost-Today? (Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1998), 21. Advertisements

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Paul’s Dependence on the Christian Community

“Yes, and I will rejoice, for I know that through your prayers and the help of the Spirit of Jesus Christ, this will turn out for my deliverance.” Phil 1:18b-19 “Here is the key to Christ’s being glorified in every … Continue reading

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Re-Routed: Jesus Pours out the Spirit at Pentecost

When most of us think about Pentecost, our minds are immediately drawn to the miraculous events associated with the giving of the Spirit: tongues of fire, a mighty rushing wind, and the of speaking many languages. But these miracles were … Continue reading

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What would we know about the Holy Spirit if Galatians were our only Bible?

I found this post from Pastor Ray Ortlund to be very thought-provoking earlier this year. He posed the question, “What if Philippians were our only Bible?” He proceeded to give an impressive list of truths about God and the Christian … Continue reading

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Ryle on Sanctification, Part 3

Post by Landon Preston Ryle’s second chapter on sanctification has been a huge encouragement to me in my discipleship with Christ. As someone who for years now has wrestled with the concept of the role of the Holy Spirit in … Continue reading

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