The subject of the Holy Spirit is one of the most misunderstood subjects in Christendom. Yet the gift of holy spirit is one of the greatest gifts God has given to mankind. Moses had it, and when he needed help administering the millions of Israelites, God took of the spirit that was upon Moses and gave it to the elders of Israel so they could rule with him. God gave His gift of holy spirit to the Judges of Israel, such as Deborah and Samuel. He gave it to kings such as David and Hezekiah. He gave it to prophets such as Elijah, Isaiah, and Daniel. John the Baptist had holy spirit from birth. Even Jesus was anointed with holy spirit before he started his ministry. Now we can walk in the power of holy spirit. This book will answer such questions as:
What is the difference between Holy Spirit and holy spirit?
Why is “holy spirit” sometimes referred to as “he” and other times referred to as an “it”?
What are the manifestations (sometimes called “gifts”) of holy spirit?
What is speaking in tongues, and why is it valuable for Christians?
What is “slain in the spirit”?
This book shows that each Christian is sealed with God’s gift of holy spirit the very moment that he is saved. Furthermore, it shows that each Christian can manifest, outwardly show, that spirit in the nine ways spoken of in 1 Corinthians 12, including speaking in tongues. When we understand the gift of holy spirit and why God gave us such a wonderful gift, then we can take advantage of it in our lives. We can walk in the power of the holy spirit, and become more like Christ in attitude and action.
Table of Contents:
Chapter One: It’s Greek to me (Why we use both Holy Spirit and holy spirit)
Chapter Two: The Giver and the Gift
Chapter Three: Power from on High
Chapter Four: God’s Gift of holy spirit—A “He” or an “It”
Chapter Five: The Messiah and the Gift of Holy Spirit
Chapter Six: The Gift of Holy Spirit Today
Chapter Seven: Your Liquid Asset
Chapter Eight: Walking in Power: The Manifestations of Holy Spirit
Chapter Nine: “To one…to another:” An Explanation of 1 Corinthians 12:8-10
Chapter Ten: Speaking in Tongues
Chapter Eleven: Revelation and the Gift of Holy Spirit
Chapter Twelve: Co-workers with God
Appendix A: The Administration of the Sacred Secret
Appendix B: Usages of “Spirit” in the New Testament
Appendix C: “The Promised Holy Spirit:” Holy Spirit in the Millennial Kingdom
Appendix D: Reasons “Holy Spirit” is one of the names of God or the Gift of God
Appendix E: “Slain in the Spirit”