This final talk in the series shows us that an authentic walk with the Holy Spirit gives us freedom to be ourselves as given by the grace of God. We need to be born again, learn to understand our position in Christ but also embrace our individuality. This is God’s plan for us.
This sermon focuses mainly on 1 Corinthians 12 and examines the list of gifts, the context for their inclusion and a challenge to believers to accept their own responsibility to seek the gifts so that they can fulfil their role in the Body of Christ.
This sermon uses passages from John 4, Romans 12, 1 Peter 2, Ephesians 5, 1 Corinthians 14 and Revelation 1 to investigate the true nature of Spirit led worship and the kind of worshippers the Father is pleased with. We also see how Spirit led worship opens up heaven to us. If you want to go deeper, the Holy Spirit will lead you deeper.
This sermon examines more practical areas of walking in the Spirit, including recognising when the Holy Spirit compels you to do something or prevents you from doing something, understanding the quality of spiritual gifts and the process of agreeing with others and the Holy Spirit.
The key to bearing fruit in our lives as Christians is to walk with the Spirit and not according to the flesh. In order to start this new way of living you must be born again of the Spirit and also it is absolutely vital not to resist, grieve or quench the Holy Spirit. Then we can start to look at what it practically looks like to walk with the Spirit.
This sermon examines the biblical evidence for the personal nature of the Holy Spirit and then, from that foundation, uses Romans 8 and Galatians 5 to see what the hallmarks of a Spirit-filled are. What does it look like when a person is filled with the Holy Spirit on an ongoing basis. This is what your life can be like if it isn’t already!
Again we are reminded that the flow of the Holy Spirit is there for everyone who is thirsty. Jesus is the source and we see how He told His disciples to wait in Jerusalem until the promised Holy Spirit was poured out. This sermon examines the different instances in the Book of Acts where this happens, seeing what happened in each and case and what the effects were.
Based around Jesus’s great announcement at the Feast of Tabernacles in Jerusalem in John 7:37-44, this introduction to the series shows how significant Jesus’s statement was, how that the flow of the Spirit within someone’s life can be given by Jesus to anyone who comes to Him.The main condition is to have a thirst. My prayer is that as you listen, a thirst for God, the gifts of the Spirit and a desire for greater effectiveness in your life will…
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