Rediscovering the Holy Spirit : God's perfecting presence in creation, redemption, and everyday life / Michael Horton.
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- ISBN: 9780310534068
- Physical Description: 334 pages : 23 cm
- Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan, 2017.
Includes scripture index (pages 323-328) and subject index (pages 329-334)
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Introduction: "Bluish, but hard to see" -- Lord the life-giver -- Creator-Spirit -- Preparing a body: The Spirit and redemptive history -- The Spirit of a latter-day judgment and power -- Trading places : The farewell discourse -- The age of the Spirit -- Baptism with the Spirit -- The gift of salvation -- The Spirit gives -- How the Spirit gives -- The Spirit of glory -- The Spirit and the Bride
"In Rediscovering the Holy Spirit, author, pastor, and theologian Michael Horton reminds us of the sweeping span of the work of the Holy Spirit through redemptive history, drawing our focus toward Christ. Challenging the popular association of the Spirit with the extraordinary works of God, which narrows the repertoire of the Spirit's performance, Horton reminds us that the Holy Spirit is a person who is actively involved in our lives each and every day." -- back cover
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