The Holy Spirit and His Works in Us speaks to you about the Person of the Holy Spirit, the Third Person of the Holy Trinity, and how He is vital to the life of the individual, whether servant or layman. It includes theological Scriptural proof of His Deity, and studies of certain of His attributes such as His being the Spirit of Power, and the Giver, and the Fiery Spirit. You will also find guidance on how to have fellowship with the Holy Spirit, and most importantly, how not to resist or quench the Holy Spirit of God, in adherence to the direction of the Apostle Saint Paul, “And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed” (Ephesians 4:30).
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