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HThe Holy Spirit
There is a whole lot of confusion about the Holy Spirit. Many cults deny He is a Person and He is God, saying the Holy Spirit is just a "force" or an "influence." On the other hand, the Charismatic Movement, which has absolutely swept today’s religious world, places extreme emphasis on the Holy Spirit – teaching such things as "Ecstatic utterances," "healings," and "exorcism."
As with all these studies, our aim is to look beyond what men say and see what the Bible teaches.
WHO IS THE HOLY SPIRIT?
A. Look up: Acts 5:3,4
The conclusion we can draw from this passage is _____________________.
B. Look up: John 5:7
C. Look up: Matthew 28:19. Notice the word "Name" is singular, which again shows the Holy Spirit to be God, the third Person of the Holy Trinity.
D. Look up: John 14:16,17,26 and John 16:7,8,13,14.
How many personal pronouns ("He," "Him," "Himself"), which apply to the Holy Spirit, are there in these verses? _______
From this, would you say the Spirit of God is a Person – or an impersonal "force?" ____________________________________________
E. Look up: Acts 5:3, Acts 7:51, and Ephesians 4:30. List three ways in which the Holy Spirit may be affected as a Person.