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The Holy Spirit

  • Matthew 1:20 - Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit.

  • Luke 3:22 - The Holy Spirit descended on Jesus at His baptism.

  • Luke 4:1 - Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness.

  • Luke 4:14 - He came out of the desert in the power of the Holy Spirit.

  • Luke 4:18 - Jesus announced at the beginning of His ministry that the Spirit of the Lord was upon Him.

  • Matthew 12:28 - Jesus cast out demons by the Spirit of God.

  • Hebrews 9:14 - Jesus offered Himself up as a sacrifice through the Eternal Spirit.

  • Romans 8:11 - Mortal bodies are given life through the Spirit.

  • Romans 8:9 - Christians should not be led by the flesh, but by the Spirit, and without the Spirit they are not converted.

  • Romans 8:5 - Carnal people set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit, the things of the Spirit.

  • Romans 8:2 - The law of the Spirit of life delivers us from the law of sin and death.

  • John 1:33 - John the Baptist declared that Jesus would baptise men with the Holy Spirit.

  • Acts 2:4 - The Holy Spirit was poured out at Pentecost after Jesus had ascended.

  • 2 Corinthians 3:18 - Christians are transformed into Christ’s likeness by the Spirit.

  • Ephesians 2:22 - Christians form a habitation for God through the Spirit.

  • Ephesians 3:16 - Christians are given power by the Holy Spirit.

  • Galatians 5:22 - Christians should produce the fruit of the Spirit.

    Gideon L. Powell wrote: ‘There must be no grieving or quenching the Spirit…we must allow Him to express Himself in us and through us…Jesus was born of the Spirit, baptised of the Spirit, led of the Spirit into the wilderness and returned in the power of the Spirit. Jesus declared that He did not speak of Himself but taught as prompted by the Spirit. Indeed, coming to the great act of His life, its very climax, as it were, we read that it was through the Eternal Spirit that Christ offered Himself on Calvary.’