The Holy Spirit Exposed by Mark Pape
I have been told that I am "limiting God" by believing that the Holy Spirit does not, and will not operate in the same mode as in the first century. To that I reply: Jesus is God, but He is not the Father. They (God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit) all have distinct personalities (if I may use that word) and roles that differ in the scheme of redemption. They are one in purpose, i.e. save man from his sins. I am not demoting the Holy Spirit, rather recognizing His rols as the the Bible teaches regarding this scheme. God the Father's role was a matter of purpose/determination of the plan. God the Son's role was to execute and fulfill the plan, and God the Spirit's role was to reveal and confirm the plan. They have completed these phases. Some are confused about the role which the three identities play. The Holy Spirit's role is that of revealing. Has He ever revealed directly into the heart of an individual? Yes! Does he do it today?
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