The Deity of the Holy Spirit

The Deity of the Holy Spirit

It is testified by Holy Scripture, and the Nicaean creed out of Holy Scripture teaches that the Holy Ghost is he who makes alive, and, together with the Father and the Son, is worshipped and glorified.

Therefore, the Holy Ghost, of necessity, must be true and everlasting God with the Father and the Son, in one only essence. For if he were not true and everlasting God, then could […]

Quickened to Pray

Quickened to Pray

It would have been totally impossible for me to develop a prayer life without first becoming acquainted with the Holy Spirit. It flows so naturally when you know Him, yet apart from Him it is impossible.

When the believers heard that Peter was in prison:

“Prayer was made without ceasing of the church unto God for him.” (Acts 12:5)

They learned what it meant to pray without ceasing.

This continual prayer was offered until the […]

Releasing Fear

Releasing Fear

The power and authority the apostles received began to touch lives at every turn. Their ministry was followed by “many signs and wonders…among the people” (Acts 5:12). And what was the result?

“Believers were increasingly added to the Lord, multitudes of both men and women” (Acts 5:14).

The signs that followed the coming of the Holy Spirit led people directly to Christ. That’s an important fact to remember.

What happened in the Upper Room was […]

A Glorious Everlasting Covenant

A Glorious Everlasting Covenant

It is because the Holy Ghost is here on earth and by your side that you keep the healing or deliverance you have received. That is why Jesus could return to heaven, and yet you can retain on earth the gift He has given.

If you want to know how to maintain a close relationship with the Holy Spirit, listen to the word of the great prophet Haggai:

“According to the word […]

How to Gain Authority in Your Faith

How to Gain Authority in Your Faith

It is impossible to predict where your walk with the Holy Spirit will lead.

The story of Stephen, as recorded in Acts, is a good example. He was not an apostle before becoming a deacon. Stephen was simply active in the church in Jerusalem, a man full of the Holy Spirit, and faith (see Acts 6:5).

It is apparent that the Holy Spirit was moving in a great and […]

You Shall Receive Power

The teaching I have prepared just for you has the power to forever impact your life and change your destiny.

I know that is a bold claim, but understanding the precious Holy Spirit and His divine purpose in life is all you need to unlock the manifest riches of heaven.

Physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial blessings await when we learn these lessons and sow in faith and agreement.

I believe God is about to do something beyond […]

Practicing the Presence of God, Part 1

Go with me to a place where few enter, where you are saturated with the presence of God, where the glory is, where you are literally baptized in His awesome power.

As long as you are in  his place, you no longer feel guilty or sinful. That was taken care of in the Outer Court. You pass through the Holy Place, where your soul begins to surrender to the will of the Father.

Then something miraculous […]

Step into a Deeper Dimension

Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which you do not know. (Jeremiah 33:3)

These words from God were given to us through the “weeping prophet” Jeremiah over 2,600 years ago, yet today they can still be claimed by you and me. Take a look at that powerful verse again as you begin to understand what was promised to us:

  • Revelation (“I will answer you”)
  • Vision (“I will show […]

Nine Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Just before Jesus ascended into heaven, He said, “Ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you” (Acts 1:8). This promise of power comes after the Holy Spirit visits your life, empowering you to witness, strengthening your Christian walk, and equipping you for Christian service to defeat the Enemy.

As our life is empowered by the Holy Spirit, spiritual gifts or new abilities called the “gifts of the Holy […]

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