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  • Live In Spirit Then The Lord
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    NOT QUENCHING THE SPIRIT OR NEGLECTING THE LORD'S WORD Scripture Reading: 1 Thes. 5: 17-21; Col. 3: 16-17; Eph. 5: 18 b-20 Prayer: O Lord, we thank and praise You from the depths of our heart for gathering us once again. Your Spirit dwells in us, and also Your word is in us. We truly offer up our worship to You from the depths of our being because You have drawn us to seek You and Your word. Cleanse us again with Your precious blood. We trust in Your presence and the moving of Your Spirit; we do...
  • Holy Spirit
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    THE HOLY SPIRIT The Holy Spirit is the third person in the Trinity. He is God, because he is in the Godhead. The Holy Spirit is a power, it talks about that in Acts 1: 8. But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come on you. The Holy Spirit dwells in us teaching us, inspiring us, and giving us power. The Holy Spirit is equal with God and the Son. If you have the Holy Spirit in you it is the same as having Christ in you (Romans 8: 9-12). The Holy Spirit is a comforter it says in J...
  • Holy Ghost And Fire
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    'Acts 2: 1-18 ' In the beginning of Acts 2, the disciples had returned to Jerusalem from Mt. Olivet. They had seen the ascension of Jesus, but they weren't sad, as some might have expected. Jesus had promised to send a Comforter, and they could hardly wait. They were excited and were gathered in the temple, praising God and waiting. Luke 24: 53 reads that they were 'continually in the temple, praising and blessing God. ' They remembered the words that Jesus said, 'Whatsoever ye shall ask the Fat...
  • Trinity And Eternity Of God
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    The doctrine of the Divine Unity is a truth of natural religion; the doctrine of the Trinity is a truth of revealed religion. The various systems of natural theism present arguments for the Divine existence, unity, and attributes, but proceed no further. They do not assert and endeavor to demonstrate that the Supreme Being is three persons in one essence. It is because this doctrine is not discoverable by human reason, that the Christian church has been somewhat shy of attempts to construct it a...
  • Place On The Proper Age For Confirmation
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    Confirmation Confirmation celebrates the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Below is the traditional list of the gifts and their meanings. Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Wisdom - gives us a relish for what is spiritual, directs our life and actions of God's honor and glory, and helps us to judge the things of this world only as helps or hindrances to reaching heaven. Understanding - enables us to penetrate more deeply into the truths that we already believe by faith. Counsel - helps us to make the right decis...
  • Drew Morgan And Paul
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    Drew Morgan, of Jack Cavanaugh's The Puritans, is similar to Paul the apostle through his life's experiences and challenges. In the 1700's, a religious group of people called Puritans began to sail to the New World in search of religious freedom and the ability to worship as they pleased. Even though Drew Morgan's life seemed to mirror Paul's, he had his own, one-of-a-kind experiences he had to face. Although Paul and Drew Morgan were separated by hundreds of years, they both had similar non-Chr...
  • The Sacrament Of Confirmation
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    There are many practices of worship in the Roman Catholic religion. Worshiping could be anything: basic prayer, the seven sacraments, or public worship (Sunday mass). Each experience of worship has different meanings in Roman Catholicism, effecting people in many different ways. One of the more noteworthy practices that I have experienced is one of the seven sacraments, confirmation. Confirmation is said to be a time where a catholic confirms their beliefs. Through this sacrament, a person becom...
  • Mindfulness And The Holy Spirit
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    Book Review: Living Buddha, Living Christ Living Buddha, Living Christ by Thich Nhat Hanh is a book that converges the ideas of Christianity and Buddhism. I chose to analyze this book because I am Christian, and in class I have observed similarities and differences between the two religions. Growing up Catholic I did not always agree with what I was taught or how I was supposed to look at Jesus and God. I always had a guilty conscience, because I am a sinner and Jesus died for me, and all other ...

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