What do Christians think about the Holy Spirit?
1 Corinthians 12:4-11
Galatians 5:16-18, 25
A. W. Tozer said, "The idea of the Spirit held by the average church member is so vague as to be nearly nonexistent. When he thinks of the matter at all he is likely to try to imagine a nebulous substance like a wisp of invisible smoke that is said to be present in churches and to hover over good people when they are dying."
Part of our problem is that the Holy Spirit seems so mystical. We can picture God the Father, because we've all seen fathers. We can picture God the Son, because he became human, and we can read about what he did and what he's like. But when we try to picture the Holy Spirit, our minds go blank, and we end up with symbols like a dove or wind or fire. The purpose of this study is to focus on key ideas that every genuine Christian would agree with, and one of those ideas is that the Holy Spirit brings freedom.
GOD BLESS YOU.