Message: “Holy Spirit Part 2” from Pastor Joe

Joe Summers - February 28, 2021

Holy Spirit Part 2

Holy Spirit  Part 2

Holy Spirit in the New Testament John the Baptist led by the Holy Spirit Luke 1:41-45 When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leaped in her womb; and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. Christ recognizes the importance of the Holy Spirit Matthew 12: 31 John 15: 26-27 John 16: 7-14 Christ spoke of the power of the Holy Spirit Acts 1:8 Day of Pentecost .Acts 2:3-4 And there appeared to them tongues as of fire distributing themselves, and they rested on each one of them. When do we receive the Holy Spirit? Acts 2:38 Peter said to them, “Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. 1 Corinthians 12:13 Romans 8:9 Ephesians 1: 13-14 What happens when you receive the Holy Spirit? Spirit of discernment  1 John 4:1 Protector Ephesians 6: 10-18 Spiritual gifts Difference between Filled with the Holy Spirit and Instilled Everyone is instilled with Holy Spirit Romans 5:5 One time event Can be filled for a specific purpose Acts 4:8 Continued process as needed Spiritual Gifts 1 Corinthians 12: 1-18 These are gifts through the Holy Spirit Everyone has a gift All gifts are important and should be used accordingly Gifts that are controversial Speaking in tongues and interpretation Definition Glossolalist believe in speaking an unknown heavenly language. Cessationists believe that it did exist in the early Church for the purpose of spreading the gospel but ceased with the apostles. While others believe that it is foreign languages Purpose of speaking in tongues 1 Corinthians 14: 2 Edify God and needs interpretation The fallicy is not speaking in tongues but the belief that one does not have the Holy Spirit if they do not speak in tongues that causes much of the controversy It is not to make someone superior over another 1 Corinthians 14: 5 It is not to be taught to prove that someone is holy Gift of prophesy The word prophet comes from the “Middle English: from Old French prophete, via Latin from Greek prophētēs ‘spokesman,’ from pro ‘before’ + phētēs ‘speaker’ (from phēnai ‘speak’).”(4). This word is in keeping with the Biblical use of the word of those who speak on behalf of God, both men and women The problem is that many call themselves prophets and attempt to foretell the future while prophesy is defined as speaking for God (directions from God to man) which is why God told Samuel that they were not rejecting Samuel but rejecting God when they demanded a king.   Summary   Holy Spirit is in both Old and New Testament 2. It is part of the Trinity In the Old Testament given to specific individuals for specific purpose In New Testament given to all Everyone can be filled with the Holy Spirit for a particular purpose       Symbols of the Holy Spirit The dove: Matthew 3:16–17; John 1:32, Matthew 10:16; Psalm 68:13. A seal: Ephesians 1:13–14; 2 Corinthians 1:22, Ephesians 4:30. Oil: 1 Samuel 16:1,13; Isaiah 61:1; Luke 4:18; Acts 10:38;1 John 2:20. Fire: Matthew 3:11; Acts 2:3–4; Exodus 3:2; Isaiah 4:4; Luke 3:16–17; 1 Thessalonians 5:19. Wind or Breath: Ezekiel 37:9-10; John 3:8; John 20:22; Acts 2:2. Water: Ezekiel 36:25–27; John 3:5; John 4:14; John 7:37–38; Isaiah 12:3; Isaiah 44:3. Rain: Joel 2:23; Hosea 6:3; Genesis 27:28; Isaiah 18:4. Wine: Acts 2:15–17; Ephesians 5:18 Clothing or Mantle: Luke 24:49,2 Kings 2:9-14 ;                  

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