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The Holy Spirit and You

Stuart and Jill Briscoe

Christians fully recognize that God exists in three persons—the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. Yet it’s a great mystery that we’re often incapable of rationally grasping and explaining.

How does Scripture portray the Holy Spirit, and how can we be confident the Holy Spirit is the third person of God?

In this series, Stuart and Jill Briscoe focus on what Scripture says about the Holy Spirit as our protector, teacher, and counselor, and how we can recognize Him at work in the present moments of our lives.

Messages From This Series:

Jesus spent a lot of time while He was here on earth teaching His disciples about the Holy Spirit. As a result, the New Testament is full of promises Jesus made about the Holy Spirit being our protector, teacher, and counselor.

In this message, Jill looks into John 15 to discuss how God is the vine and we are the branches.

Scripture: John 15

Living in obedience, walking after Him, and seeing people come to Christ through our Godly actions are all ways we can bear the fruit of the Holy Spirit. Would you say this describes your spiritual life?

This message by Jill will help you understand how to let the Holy Spirit guide your spiritual life so you will bear much fruit. 

Scripture: Matthew 21:18-21:22

Whenever God does anything big, He does it through His Spirit. For example, when God created the Heavens and the Earth, He did so through the power of His Spirit. If the Spirit is capable of doing such huge things, just imagine what the Spirit can do in our lives—if we let Him.

In this message, Jill encourages each of us to examine our own life and see the fruit of the Spirit.  

Scripture: Galatians 5

Have you ever wanted to have a deepened understanding of the Holy Spirit?

In this message, Stuart helps us understand the Holy Spirit from the history of the Holy Spirit being taught in the church to how we can know for sure that the Holy Spirit exists and is working all around us. 

The Apostles, from whose writings we derive our information on the Holy Spirit, drew heavily from the Old Testament for their understanding of the third member of the Trinity. We need to follow their example.

In this message, Stuart looks at the meaning of the key Hebrew word for Spirit called "Ruach" and explores the scriptures of the Old Testament to teach us more about the Holy Spirit.

We can see how active the Holy Spirit is when we look at the New Testament scriptures. This is especially true when looking at the gospels and studying the life of Jesus.

In this message, Stuart looks at the role the Holy Spirit had in Jesus’ life from His birth to His baptism.

God sends His Spirit into our hearts so we can begin to walk in “newness of life.” This means that when we become believers we can be free, regenerated, and renewed. The “newness” that comes from the Spirit happens in many ways.

In this message, Stuart discusses the ways the Holy Spirit works within us. 

We are called to live by the Spirit so we can overcome the desires of our sinful nature. But how do we do that?

In this message, Jill helps us understand what it means to live by the Spirit by examining the "fruits of the flesh" and then looking at the first three fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, and peace.

Scripture: Galatians 5:16, 1 Corinthians 13

The Holy Spirit can do amazing things within us, if we let Him. In this message Jill explains how we can let the Spirit change us, how we can develop the Spirit’s character, how we can respond to the Spirit’s call, and so much more. Learning these things can help us walk in the Spirit—not the flesh—so we can have a positive impact on the lives of those around us.  

Paul, in his letter to the Church of Ephesus, stresses the importance of being "filled with the Spirit." When we hear this, most of us think of being "full," like being full of a liquid. But this is not the type of full that Paul was referring to.

In this message, Stuart explores Paul’s letter to Ephesus and teaches what it really means to be filled with the Spirit. 

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