By Jack Levison
Forty Days with the Holy Spirit will encourage you to come across God in clean and remarkable methods. you are going to enhance better religious muscle mass as you breathe, learn, replicate, and pray—all with a watch to cultivating a dating with the least commonplace member of the Trinity. The ebook is interactive, providing the chance to write down and pray every day; clever, rooted in a rigorous research of Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation; and welcoming, with forty insightful, well-planned 20–30 minute day-by-day workouts; and prayerful, with forty unique prayers that catch every one day's perception into the deep, religious paintings of the Holy Spirit. "Jack Levison's energetic new ebook forty Days with the Holy Spirit is a fascinating devotional that invitations the Christian neighborhood to be reacquainted with the individual and ministry of the Holy Spirit. I learn it as a Pentecostal pastor/theologian and it provoked me to think about anew how the Spirit is actively at paintings in my existence and on the earth. notwithstanding there are...
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Turns out he wasn’t speaking Spanish. He was speaking in tongues. My mother told me just last year that Xavier was asked to leave. Speaking in tongues was not welcome. The church also taught me that we could figure out our spiritual gifts. Gifts like teaching, administration, service, and encouragement, which the apostle Paul listed in letters to churches in Corinth and Rome. We filled out long inventories of spiritual gifts, which helped us to identify what part we should play in the body of Christ with our particular gift.
The Spirit takes no action in the book of Daniel—except to be in him. The Spirit in the book of Daniel is unhinged from accomplishment, unattached to achievement. In fact, what Daniel does is the opposite of achievement, the undoing of accomplishment: when the Babylonians ply their princes with royal wines and royal foods, Daniel declines. No, thank you. Keeping kosher, eating vegetables—these will do just fine. For a person of such simplicity, for whom basic food laws trump the promise of imperial leadership and the allure of success, the Spirit is a reservoir of wisdom that suffuses Daniel’s character over the course of three generations and two empires.
Paul also writes that God has put “his seal on us and giving us his Spirit in our hearts as a first installment” (2 Corinthians 1:22) and “the one who has prepared us for this very thing is God, who has given us the pledge of the Spirit” (2 Corinthians 5:5). Down payment and pledge. Both past tense. Paul even begins this letter to the Thessalonians with a specific time when the Thessalonians, “received the word with joy inspired by the Holy Spirit” (1 Thessalonians 1:6). Past tense. Past tense, as a rule.
40 Days with the Holy Spirit by Jack Levison