What Does the Bible Say About the Holy Spirit? | World Challenge

What Does the Bible Say About the Holy Spirit?

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Some Christian denominations and movements have completely neglected the Holy Spirit while others have credited the Holy Spirit with manifestations that were not of God. Dallas Holm joins Gary Wilkerson to examine what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit. When do we receive the Holy Spirit? How do we know if we’ve received the Holy Spirit?

Key Points from the Podcast

  • The Holy Spirit is the person of the Godhead who gets most misrepresented and misunderstood.

  • The Holy Spirit is not some add-on you have to receive after you get saved. When you place faith in Jesus Christ you receive the Holy Spirit in full.

  • Every gift of the Spirit is still in operation today.

  • Jesus told the disciples that the Holy Spirit would give them power to be his witnesses, but we have made the Holy Spirit more about manifestations.

  • Scripture encourages us to continually be filled with the Holy Spirit, allowing him to flow through us daily.

  • The Holy Spirit helps, teaches, comforts, empowers and illuminates.

Bible Verses Referenced in the Podcast

Genesis 1:2; Romans 8:9; 1 Corinthians 13:9–12*; Ephesians 5:18; Acts 1:8; John 5:19; Romans 8:26

*Mistakenly cited as Romans 13 in the podcast

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About Dallas Holm

Dallas Holm is what many refer to as a pioneer or forerunner for modern day Christian music. He became a Christian in 1965 and immediately began using music to express the dynamics of the transformation of knowing Christ. He has influenced Christian music through more than 45 years of writing, singing, and participating in ministry through some 4,000 concerts in every state of the USA and many countries abroad.

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About Gary Wilkerson

Gary Wilkerson is the President of World Challenge, an international mission organization that was founded by his father, David Wilkerson. He is also the Founding Pastor of The Springs Church, which he launched in 2009 with a handful of people. He has traveled nationally and internationally at conferences and conducted mission ventures such as church planting, starting orphanages, clinics, feeding programs among the poorest of the poor and the most unreached people of the earth. Gary and his wife Kelly have four children and live in Colorado Springs, CO.

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