Are you afraid that the Holy Spirit
will come as a tongue of fire to open the doors of my prison?
No, no; hold, sir," says he; "though I would have her be baptized, by all means, for I must observe that Will Atkins, her husband, has indeed brought her, in a wonderful manner, to be willing to embrace a religious life, and has given her just ideas of the being of a God; of His power, justice, and mercy: yet I desire to know of him if he has said anything to her of Jesus Christ, and of the salvation of sinners; of the nature of faith in Him, and redemption by Him; of the Holy Spirit
, the resurrection, the last judgment, and the future state.
No doubt he had invoked the help of the Holy Spirit
to subdue the anger I had roused in him, and now believed he had forgiven me once more.
A peacemaker can only be inspired by the Holy Spirit
who is the source of all goodness.
Part One describes and defines the Scriptural, historical, and theological, perspectives of six different positions taken on the Baptism of the Holy Spirit
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The Holy Spirit
is a worthy focus for this investigation rather than the entire Godhead since, for reasons I will consider below, our frequent assumptions concerning the nature of the activity of the Spirit seem to make it very dissimilar to the process of psychological growth.
There have been movies and musicals about God and Jesus, but not about the Holy Spirit
In Mark's telling of Jesus' own baptism by the hands of John, we hear first that John testifies that Jesus will one day baptize with the Holy Spirit
This leads to what I think is the most significant contribution of the document, namely, developing a theology of the role of the Holy Spirit
in the mission of the Triune God.
identifies and his clarity about the trinitarian structure of a theology of the Holy Spirit
as well as his discussion of "experience.
The Apostle Paul, having instructed about "the Body and Blood of the Lord" in 1 Corinthians 11, went on to discourse about the role of the Holy Spirit
in the Body.