Grieving the Holy Spirit – Part 2
Grieving the Holy Spirit – Part 2
Ephesians 4:25-30
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Sunday Morning Service,  June 5, 2016
 

We cannot even begin to imagine the difference in our lives, our homes, our churches and even in our community if we could just daily not to grieve the Holy Spirit. To grieve someone is to cause them sorrow, heaviness or hurt, to cause them to be saddened or to mourn. One of the reasons we as Christians grieve the Holy Spirit is our ignorance about Him and His role in our lives. The very fact that the Spirit of God can be grieved clearly reveals that He is a Person and that the believer has a personal relationship to this Divine Person. The believer is to walk in the Spirit (Galatians 5:16) which is to live daily in dependence upon Him.

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Mark Six: Church Membership
Mark Four: A Biblical Understanding of Conversion
Mark One: Expositional Preaching
Discipleship and the Local Church
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