The Deity and Personhood of the Holy Spirit
The Deity and Personhood of the Holy Spirit
John 14:16, 26; 15:26; 16:7-8; Romans 8:16, 26
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Sunday School,  August 7, 2011

The Holy Spirit of God has been the subject of denial and neglect for centuries. Some consider the Spirit to merely be an impersonal influence or an energy force. It is blasphemy to think of Him in any other way than the third person in the Trinity possessing the same essential deity as the Father and the Son. He is to be worshiped, loved and obeyed as such, in the same way as God.

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