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The Holy Spirit

Stuart and Jill Briscoe

Jesus promised the disciples that when He returned to heaven He would ask the Father to send the Holy Spirit to teach them all things and remind them of everything He had taught.

This is the same Holy Spirit we recognize as the third person of the Trinity. He’s deeply involved in our daily lives as our advocate, counselor, comforter, and teacher. He’s present in the small details of our lives, in our triumphs and difficulties. The Holy Spirit empowers us in our relationships with others and in our relationship with God.

In this series taught by both Jill and Stuart, they study the Holy Spirit and explain how through His power and work in us, we can love better, forgive more willingly, sacrifice more readily, and live more abundant lives.

Messages From This Series:

Who is the Holy Spirit and what does the Bible say about His work today? Can I experience the supply of His sustaining power in my life?

This teaching is also available in Jill's book A Little Pot of Oil.

Scripture: 2 Kings 4:1-4:7

The Bible, in both the Old Testament and New Testament, overflows with images of the Water of Life: storms and rain; streams in the desert; springs and wells; rivers, waterfalls, and watersheds; and the gentle dew of heaven. Water is a symbol of the Holy Spirit.

Scripture: Jeremiah 17:5-17:10

Can God revive the believer and animate the moral corpse of the unbeliever? In other words, “Can these bones live?” Ezekiel had a vision and a mission that can be ours. What God is looking for is a “blessing bone.”

Scripture: Ezekiel 37:1-37:14

As Jesus outlined His expectations to His disciples, they clearly needed a lot of help. So He promised to ask the Father to send them the Counselor, the Parakletos, which means literally “one called alongside,” to help. We need Him, too.

Scripture: John 14-16

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