By R.T. Kendall

Are you hungry for extra of the Holy Spirit on your lifestyles? Are you prepared for a private stumble upon with Him that might switch your lifestyles?
The Holy Spirit is bigger than our theology, larger than our denominations, and actually past something we will be able to think. In Forty Days With the Holy Spirit, revered preacher and theologian R. T. Kendall takes you on a trip via day-by-day readings from his booklet, Holy Fire, that will:

  • current inspiring perception into the Holy Spirit
  • offer a scriptural foundation for deeper study
  • Direct your prayer time as you search to understand and come upon Him in a clean new way
  • supply journaling area to checklist your stories with Him
    for those who wish to raise your wisdom of this such a lot misunderstood member of the trinity, or should you lengthy to event His presence on your lifestyles in a deeper approach than ever sooner than, this publication is for you.
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    What went wrong? In a word, he took himself too seriously. Dr. ” That was Saul. The turning point came when Saul would not wait for Samuel to offer the burnt offerings. ” Saul then offered up the burnt offering—knowingly going against Scripture that stipulates only the priest called of God can do that. Saul did it anyway. ” Furthermore, “Your kingdom will not endure; the LORD has sought out a man after his own heart” (1 Sam. 13:9–14). Things were never the same again—for Saul or for Israel. Saul was rejected by God.

    This was a truth that they took on board little by little after Jesus ascended to heaven. As we will see again below, Jesus said that the Holy Spirit spoke through David in Psalm 110:1 (Matt. 22:43). It was the testimony of the early church that God spoke “by the Holy Spirit through the mouth of your servant, our father David” (Acts 4:25). Indeed, the Holy Spirit had a role in Creation and was the Author of all Scripture. In a word: the Holy Spirit is eternal just like the Father and the Son. For further study: Genesis 1:1–3; Psalm 90; 139; John 1:1–14; 1 Corinthians 2:10–16 Eternal Spirit, I am so honored to know You live in me.

    Therefore think about this: you may be filled with God. I want to be passionate about God. Consider all the attributes of God. “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands” (Ps. 19:1). ” (Ps. 8:3–4). Ponder this: God your Creator and Redeemer is in you! You may be filled with Him. And this happens because you may be filled with the Holy Spirit—who is God. For further study: Acts 5:1–13; 1 Corinthians 3:16–17; 1 Corinthians 6:19–20; 2 Corinthians 3:12–18 Come, Holy Spirit, come.

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