When Did Jesus Send The Holy Spirit

1. Jesus Sends the Holy Spirit (Acts 2)

To what extent should the authority of the Word of God be affixed to one quote in an unhistorical reading, thereby imposition of a literalist attitude as an unalterable interpretive standard? Rather than hounding blameless, dedicated followers of Christ as part of a “discipline,” the alternative is to reclaim the space that Reformed Christians formerly reserved for academic investigation and critical discussion of the Scriptures. Can such crucial conclusions as “what God condemns” be achieved by starting with “what God despises,” or must the heart of the biblical message be identified first before such important conclusions as “what God despises” can be reached?

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The unwillingness to ordain women in the Roman Catholic Church serves to undermine their equal dignity.

However, religious communities are allowed to run their own affairs under the umbrella of freedom of religion or belief.

When it comes to religious freedom, the space for inevitable conflicts of interpretation between individual and communal, as well as between positive and negative freedom of religion – the right to profess and avoid religion in the public sphere – must be maintained by the neutral state in order to avoid becoming authoritarian.

If Christianity is about following Jesus, shouldn’t the standard be higher?

3:27), what do you think about love driving out fear and love driving out fear driving out love driving out fear?

Background/Review

We looked at Jesus’ power over sin and death last week, and this week, we’ll look at the VICTORY of Jesus’ power over sin and death. In resurrecting Jesus from the dead, God fulfilled a promise that He had made thousands of years before in the Garden of Eden. God promised in Genesis 3:15 that He would send a Savior to crush the devil and defeat him. The whole Bible points to this moment – the time when Jesus would be risen from the dead and evil would no longer have control over the hearts of mankind.

(20:20-23) (1 Corinthians 15:20-23) God resurrected Jesus from the dead in order to provide new life to everyone who believes – new life in God’s kingdom, new life in which we are no longer slaves to sin, and new life in which we are sons and daughters of the Creator of the universe!

This was exactly what He had wished to accomplish, and it brought him immense joy.

He is so generous and generous in love and grace that He paid our freedom with the blood of His Son and forgave our sins on the cross. He has lavished His goodness onto us, as well as all wisdom and insight, and we are eternally grateful. – Ephesians 1:5-8 (New International Version)

A Big Promise (John 14)

The night before Jesus willingly went to the cross, He spent time with His disciples, teaching them the most important lessons in all of Scripture. Jesus wanted them to pay attention to everything he said because they knew what was coming (Psalm 119:11). Jesus made some tremendously important promises to His followers. God ALWAYS follows through on His promises! One of the promises is written in John 14:12: “I will do whatever you say.” “What I’m about to tell you is completely accurate. Anyone who has faith in Me will carry out the actions that I have taken.

  • This is due to the fact that I am going to the Father.” Did you happen to hear that?
  • Inquire as to what some of the most amazing things that Jesus did were.
  • In light of this, how in the world could His disciples accomplish even greater feats than these?
  • You’re feeling depressed after hearing all of this.
  • That is one of the reasons I am leaving.
  • However, after I have passed away, I will send the Spirit to you.
  • God’s Spirit is referred to as the Counselor, Friend, or Helper in some Bible translations.

However, Jesus promised them that it was best for them if He left so that He could send God’s Spirit to live within each of them individually.

(See Luke 4:16) That is exactly how they would go on to accomplish even greater things than Jesus did.

Call for the assistance of three volunteers.

Make a large sign that says, “Filled with power” and tape it to your body.

Keep a close eye on the volunteers.

Being close to me is extremely beneficial – there is no doubt about it.

Each volunteer will receive a small piece of paper that you will pull from your pocket.

Everyone’s eyes are drawn to me and my three companions.

So, let’s say it’s time for me to depart from the company.

Nevertheless, when I depart, I will send you my power.

You will be bursting at the seams with power – enough power to accomplish everything I had accomplished previously, and then some!

Were they in a better state before I left, or are they in a better state now?

They are now brimming with authority!

Application: When Jesus left, He promised His disciples that God’s Holy Spirit would be sent to them, and that in His power, they would be able to do impossible things and teach with authority.

Yes! Jesus promises that the Holy Spirit will be given to every single person who places their trust in Him. We will accomplish the seemingly impossible and share our faith with others through the power of the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 1:13-14, Acts 1:8). Should you put your faith in His word? Yes!

Jesus Taken Up Into Heaven (Acts 1:1-11)

To put it another way, when Jesus was risen from the grave, He stayed on the earth for forty days. It was during this period that He appeared to the disciples and others, instructing them on the nature of the kingdom of God (Acts 1:3). Jesus informed the disciples one day while they were eating that they would be filled with the Holy Spirit in only a few days, and they believed him. When the Holy Spirit descends upon you, you will be endowed with great power, Jesus declared. Afterwards, you shall serve as My witnesses in Jerusalem.

In addition, you will serve as My witnesses from one end of the globe to the other.” After saying this, Jesus was exalted to the highest point in the sky.

– Acts 1:8-9 (KJV) The disciples adored Jesus and were overcome with delight as they worshipped him (Luke 24:51).

PENTECOST (Acts 2)

Inquire:Has someone ever informed you that they had a present for you to receive? For example, perhaps it was a birthday present that your buddy had purchased for you a few days before your birthday. Your buddy informed you that he had a present for you in the works, and that you would enjoy receiving it. You were giddy with excitement. You had no idea what it was, but you were looking forward to getting it since you knew that your buddy was going to give you something really special. When Jesus went, He told His followers that He would send them the exceedingly precious gift of God’s Holy Spirit as a parting present.

  1. Because, after all, Jesus promised that receiving this gift would be preferable than having Him there with them personally!
  2. They waited with bated breath, certain that they would receive this present (Matthew 21:22).
  3. They stayed together and prayed with the other believers all of the time as a group.
  4. Observation by the teacher: In Luke 11:9-13, Jesus makes a promise that God is the Giver of good gifts.
  5. When Jesus exhorts, “How much more will your Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who seek Him!” He is referring to the gift of the Holy Spirit.
  6. Say:About a week later, the Feast of Weeks (Shavu’ot in Hebrew) was being observed by all of the Jewish people worldwide.
  7. It was the anniversary of the day on which God spoke to Moses and gave him the Ten Commandments.

God instructed His people to observe this day by making special offerings and refraining from performing any labor.

Pentecost is the name of the festival, which literally translates as “fifty-fifth day.” Pentecost had been observed in Jerusalem by Jewish individuals who had traveled from different parts of the world.

Question: Who has the authority to shout out the name of a country?

If you have the opportunity, say something in a foreign language.

A large group of believers assembled in one location.

It felt like there was a tremendous wind blowing.

They noticed something that appeared to be flames in the horizon.

Every one of them had been baptized with the Holy Spirit.

They were able to achieve this because of the Spirit’s guidance.

This wasn’t your typical Pentecost celebration!

I couldn’t tell where the wind was coming from.

In the Bible, wind is frequently used as a metaphor for God’s Spirit (John 3:8).

The believers were witness to something that no one else had ever seen before.

Now, it was not fire, but it had the appearance of being on fire.

Our tongues are responsible for our ability to communicate (James 3:5-8).

Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 2:4 that The thunderous roar of the wind reminds me of how people frequently comment that a tornado sounds like a freight train is about to arrive.

The sudden, deafening boom had everybody scrambling to discover what was going on.

The Jews who came to visit were taken aback.

To be able to communicate in all of these languages would have been difficult for them to do.

These guys were capable of doing the seemingly impossible via the power of God’s Holy Spirit!

Many onlookers (possibly Jews who lived in the vicinity and could not comprehend any of the foreign languages) felt that the disciples were just acting foolishly – as if they were intoxicated – but this was not widely accepted (Acts 2:13, 1 Corinthians 2:14).

Some people believe, while others are driven to learn more, while yet others do not believe.

Unfortunately, not everyone you know will choose to believe in Jesus’ claims to be the Son of God.

This was the same Peter who, the night before Jesus was crucified, was terrified by the questioning of a little girl and said he had never even heard of Jesus before.

He pleaded with everyone in the audience to repent of their sins and obtain salvation through faith in Jesus Christ.

He had been baptized with God’s Holy Spirit.

Did Jesus follow through on His promise?

God ALWAYS follows through on His promises!

On that particular day, around 3,000 people become Christians.

A total of 3,000 persons placed their faith in Jesus as Peter delivered the words of the Holy Spirit.

Moreover, the kingdom of God was expanding.

The apostles’ teachings were studied and applied by the believers.

They shared a meal by breaking bread together.

Everyone had a sense that God was close by.

All of the believers had gathered in one place.

They were able to sell their belongings.

Every day, they gathered in the temple courtyard to discuss their day’s events.

Their hearts were filled with joy, honesty, and truth.

They were well-liked and respected by everyone.

In Acts 2:42-47, the Bible says Application: This painting depicts a wonderful depiction of God’s kingdom.

Do we have a heartfelt concern for one another?

Do we make people feel welcome and comfortable in our midst? (Teacher: If relevant, provide validating instances of how your pupils DO put these practices into practice.) (Students: This way of living is only conceivable because of the Holy Spirit’s enabling presence!

GOD’S POWER (Acts 3, 5)

Wow! A spiritual dynamite, God’s power has been given to every believer, and it is available to them (Acts 2:38). When it comes to the early Christians, the book of Acts describes their thrilling “acts” or “activities.” A wealth of fascinating accounts of how God’s Holy Spirit inspired people to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world may be found in this book. The disciples, who are now known as apostles, which literally translates as “those who are sent out,” accomplished MIRACLES!

  • Townspeople sent sick people to the apostles in the hopes that when Peter’s shadow fell on them, they would be healed!
  • Peter even claimed to have revived a lady from the dead (Acts 9:40).
  • Yes!
  • God’s empire continued to expand.
  • 1 Corinthians 12:7 (New International Version) God empowered them with the Holy Spirit in order to advance His kingdom.
  • This is important for teachers to understand.
  • At Jerusalem (Acts 1-7), throughout Judea and Samaria (Acts 8-12), and to the farthest reaches of the globe (Acts 13-28).
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The Bible expressly states that this promise extends to children as well!

According to 1 Corinthians 3:16, your body is a temple, which is filled with the Holy Spirit.

According to Jesus, the Holy Spirit will teach you what is right and wrong (John 13:6).

He will direct your actions (Mark 1:12, Luke 2:27).

Some believers are granted the capacity to produce miracles, but not all believers are (1 Corinthians 12:7-10, 27-31).

God sends you the Holy Spirit for the purpose of bringing Him glory and expanding His kingdom.

Then you’ll go out and tell people about Me all over the world, starting with the people in Jerusalem and spreading out to Judea, Samaria, and every part of the world in between.

Note to the teacher: According to Colossians 2:16-17, the religious festivals that were necessary were “a shadow of the things to come; the actuality, on the other hand, is found in Jesus Christ.” (NIV) In accordance with God’s perfect timing, both Jesus’ death and God’s sending of the Holy Spirit occurred on Jewish holy days of obligation.

  1. The Passover Feast (also known as the Shadow Feast) commemorated the event when God rescued the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.
  2. Weeks (the shadow) commemorated the anniversary of the day on Mount Sinai, when God spoke to Moses and handed down his instructions for living.
  3. When God sent His Holy Spirit to dwell inside believers (the spiritual reality), God also provided believers with the ability to carry out His perfect will (Ephesians 3:16, 1 Corinthians 2:4).
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When did Jesus send the Holy Spirit?

When did Jesus send the Holy Spirit, and how did he do it? There are different ministries of the Holy Spirit that we might discover. The Spirit was actively involved in the process of creation. 1:2 (Genesis) Moreover, the earth was formless and void, and darkness covered the surface of the ocean. Then the Spirit of God moved across the surface of the waves of the sea. People would be filled with the Spirit in order to complete a task. Exodus 31:3 is an example of a parable. Moreover, I have invested him with the spirit of God, granting him insight and understanding and knowledge, as well as skill in all kinds of handiwork.

  • 6:34 (Judges 6:34) But as Gideon felt the Spirit of the LORD come upon him, the trumpet sounding signaled the gathering of Abiezer’s men behind him.
  • 1 Samuel 10:6 (NIV) You will be possessed by the Holy Spirit, and you will prophesy alongside them, as well as being transformed into a different man, as the Bible says.
  • Jesus gave a brand-new notion to the world.
  • Is thou the master of Israel, and dost not know these things?
  • Ezekiel 37:14 is a verse in the Bible that says After then, I will put my soul in your flesh, and ye shall live, and I will bring you back to your own land; then you will know that it was I the LORD who spake it and brought it to pass, declares the LORD.
  • I was created by the Holy Spirit, and I was breathed into being by the breath of the Almighty.
  • 6:63 (John 6:63) It is the spirit that quickens; the flesh is worthless; and the words that I declare unto you are spirit and life in their very essence.
  • Paul writes in Galatians 6:8 that Due to the fact that he who sows to his flesh will reap corruption from his flesh, but he who sows to the Spirit will harvest life everlasting from the Spirit.
  • 20:22 (John 20:22) Following this, he breathed on them and said, “Receive the Holy Ghost.” The “pouring forth” of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost was the more known task-oriented action that had been documented in the Hebrew Scriptures.

Acts 8:14-17 (KJV) When the apostles in Jerusalem learned that Samaria had accepted the word of God, they dispatched Peter and John to the region, who, upon their arrival, prayed for them in order that they could receive the Holy Spirit: (For as yet he was fallen upon none of them: only they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus.) They then placed their hands on them, and they were filled with the Holy Spirit.

Those who believe and are baptized but have not yet experienced the “pouring forth” of the Holy Spirit are included in this category.

1 John 4:13 (New International Version) Due to the gift of his Spirit, we may be certain that we are dwelling in him and that he is dwelling in us.

A snag arises when we consider that the “pouring out of the Holy Spirit” occurs concurrently with our being born again to new and eternal life by the Holy Spirit when we believe. As soon as we recognize these as independent tasks, the “problem” of John 20 is no longer there.

When did the Holy Spirit come, after Jesus or before?

After Jesus or before Jesus, when did the Holy Spirit appear on the scene? The Holy Spirit is also referred to in the Old Testament. When reading John 16:7, it appears as though the Holy Spirit has been dispatched to take the place of Jesus, who is not physically there. It’s not clear why the Holy Spirit would be present in the Old Testament.

Bible Answer:

This is a really essential question to consider. When you find the solution to this question, you will have unlocked the door to many riddles surrounding Jesus Christ.

Ministry To Old Testament Saints

The presence of the Holy Spirit was evident throughout the Old Testament. He has always been there, albeit in different ways each time. Moses and his leadership team were among those to whom he served in the Old Testament, as were Othniel, Gideon, Sampson, Samuel, Jephthah, Saul, David, and Ezekiel, among others.

And the Spirit rested upon them (now they were among those who had been registered, but had not gone out to the tent), and they prophesied in the camp. (NASB)
Num. 11:25 Then the LORD came down in the cloud and spoke to him; and He took of the Spirit who was upon him and placed Him upon the seventy elders. And it came about that when the Spirit rested upon them, they prophesied. But they did not do it again. (NASB)
Judges 3:10 And the Spirit of the LORD came upon him. (NASB)
Judges 6:34 So the Spirit of the LORD came upon Gideon. (NASB)
Judges 11:29 Now the Spirit of the LORD came upon Jephthah. (NASB)
Judges 13:25 And the Spirit of the LORD began to stir him. (NASB)
Judges 15:14 And the Spirit of the LORD came upon him mightily. (NASB)
1 Samuel 10:6-10 Then the Spirit of the LORD will come upon you mightily.
1 Samuel 16:13-14 . and the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon David. (NASB)
1 Samuel 19:20-23 . the Spirit of God came upon the messengers of Saul; and they also prophesied. (NASB)
2 Chronicles 24:20 Then the Spirit of God came on Zechariah the son of Jehoiada the priest.
Nehemiah 9:30 However, Thou didst bear with them for many years, and admonished them by Thy Spirit through Thy prophets.
Psalms 51:11 Do not cast me away from Thy presence, and do not take Thy Holy Spirit from me. (NASB)
Ezekiel 2:2 And as He spoke to me the Spirit entered me and set me on my feet; and I heard Him speaking to me. (NASB)

Take note of the fact that the Spirit “entered” into each of their lives. He was not a part of them in any way. In other words, He didn’t “go in” with them and He didn’t always stay with them. When King David begged God not to take away the Holy Spirit from him, he was aware of what he was asking. This is an extremely significant aspect. Earlier in 1 Samuel 16:13-14, we are told that the Holy Spirit descended “mightily upon” King David, and later in Psalm 51:11, David begs God not to take away the Holy Spirit that has descended upon him.

Ministry To Jesus

We learn that as we read the New Testament, the Holy Spirit was also present during Jesus’ ministry, assisting Him in performing miracles and casting out demons, among other things.

. and the Holy Spirit descended upon Him in bodily form like a dove, and a voice came out of heaven, “Thou art My beloved Son, in Thee I am well-pleased.(NASB)
Luke 4:1 And Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led about by the Spirit in the wilderness. (NASB)
Luke 4:14 And Jesus returned to Galilee in the power of the Spirit; and news about Him spread through all the surrounding district. (NASB)
Luke 10:21 At that very time He rejoiced greatly in the Holy Spirit. (NASB)
Matt. 12:28 But if I cast out demons by the Spirit of God, then the kingdom of God has come upon you. (NASB)
Acts 10:38 You know of Jesus of Nazareth, how God anointed Him with the Holy Spirit and with power, and how He went about doing good, and healing all who were oppressed by the devil; for God was with Him. (NASB)

This is a thrilling revelation because it demonstrates that when Jesus became a person, He lived His life in the same way that you and I would have done. He, on the other hand, was God and so without sin. During His time on this planet, He was reliant on the power of the Holy Spirit to carry out His ministerial duties. This is a profound spiritual realization. Having complete reliance on the Holy Spirit to act through us should be the pattern of our Christian life. We can learn from Jesus’ example of human reliance on the Holy Spirit.

John 16:7

Previously, we have seen that the Holy Spirit was present on our planet during the Old Testament and during the time of Jesus’ public ministry. However, in John 16:7, Jesus promises that the Holy Spirit will descend upon the earth once He returns to heaven. However, I will tell you the truth: it is in your best interests for me to go; otherwise, the Helper would not come to you; however, if I leave, I will send Him to you. John 16:7 (New American Standard Bible) John 14:26 and John 15:26 are two passages in which Jesus spoke the same thing.

John 14:26 (New American Standard Bible) (NASB) John 15:26 When the Helper comes, who is the Spirit of truth who proceeds from the Father and whom I will send to you from the Father, He will give witness about Me, as I have testified about him in the past.

The response was given by Jesus in John 14:16.

What did Jesus mean when he said that the Holy Spirit would be coming if He was already present at the time?

Jesus was referring to the Holy Spirit arriving in a fresh and distinct manner. Interestingly, according to Acts 2:14-21, this was foreshadowed in the Old Testament and manifested itself on the Day of Pentecost (Acts. 2:1-13).

The Promise

The beginning of Pentecost marked the beginning of the Holy Spirit’s residence within individuals who had faith in God. Having heard the message of truth, the gospel of your salvation – and having believed – you were sealed in Him with the Holy Spirit of promise, who is given as a deposit for our inheritance. Ephesians 1:13-14 (New American Standard Bible) The term “Holy Spirit of promise” should not be overlooked. As a result, the Holy Spirit appears to be arriving in a fresh and distinct manner.

  • Acts 2:33 (New American Standard Bible) The purpose of this is for the Gentiles to enjoy the blessing of Abraham via Christ Jesus, and for us to receive the promise of the Spirit through faith in Christ Jesus.
  • Gentiles would also be able to experience the presence of the Holy Spirit!
  • The fact that a person is being led by the Holy Spirit serves as evidence or assurance that he or she is a Christian.
  • for if you are living according to the flesh, you will perish; but if you are living according to the Spirit, you will live by putting to dead the actions of the body.
  • Romans 8:13-14 (New American Standard Bible) David, on the other hand, was not like that.
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Conclusion:

It’s not clear why the Holy Spirit would be present in the Old Testament. He ministered to men and women throughout the Old Testament in a variety of ways, just as He ministers to them now. Nonetheless, He was guaranteed that He will return in a fresh and distinct fashion in the future. He appears at Pentecost and grafts every believer into the body of Christ, where he subsequently lives for the rest of his or her life. He considers Gentiles and Jews to be on an equal footing (Gal. 3:28). He is the living proof that we are God’s children.

Bible Gateway passage: John 14:15-31 – New International Version

15″If you truly love me, you will obey my commandments. A) The first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph of the first paragraph “>(A)16And I will go to the Father and ask him to provide you with another advocate.

B) The word “B” refers to the letter “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” in the word “B” “>(B)to assist you and to remain by your side forever—17the Spirit of truth It is impossible for the world to accept him, D)”>(D), because it has neither seen nor heard of him.

  1. But you are familiar with him since he lives with you and will be with you in the future.
  2. F)”>(F) 19Before long, the rest of the world will no longer be able to see me, but you will continue to see me.
  3. H)”>(H)20On that day, I)”>(I)you will recognize that I am in my Father, J)”>(J)you will understand that I am in my Father, “>(J)and you are a part of me, and I am a part of you.
  4. It is my intention that the one who loves me will also be loved by my Father, M)”>(M)and I will love them and expose myself to them.” 22After then, Judas N) “”But, Lord, why do you want to show yourself to us and not to the rest of the world?” (N, not Judas Iscariot) questioned.
  5. Q) What is the definition of a neologism?
  6. These things you are hearing are not mine; they are the words of the Father who has sent me.
  7. 26However, the Advocate (S) “>(S)the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will be sent by the Father.

V)”>(V) 27 I leave you in peace, and I give you my peace in return.

“>(W)I do not give to you in the same way the rest of the world does.

X) The letter X represents the number X “>(X)and don’t be frightened of anything.

Y) Y) Y) Y) “>(Y)If you truly cared about me, you would be relieved that I am returning to the Father.

AA) (Academic Achievement) (Academic Achievement) (Academic Achievement) “>(AA)29I’ve informed you now, before it happens, so that when it does happen, you’ll trust what I’m saying.

He has no power over me,31but he comes in order for the world to see how much I love the Father and how much I follow the commands of my Father in all I do.

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ToolsVerse is a website on the internet “>Luke 11:13 is a biblical reference. If you, despite your bad nature, are able to provide excellent gifts to your children, imagine how much more your heavenly Father will be able to grant the Holy Spirit to those who seek Him. ” ToolsVerse is a website on the internet “Verse 32 of Acts 5:32 In addition to our own testimony, the Holy Spirit, whom God has given to those who obey Him, also bears witness to these events.” ToolsVerse is a page on the internet “2 Corinthians 5:5 (New International Version) God, on the other hand, is the one who prepared us for this particular reason by giving us the Spirit as a commitment.

ToolsVerse is a page on the internet “>Ephesians 1:17 (New International Version) that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may grant you a spirit of wisdom and insight in the knowledge of Him, in order that you may glorify Him in everything that you do.

ToolsVerse is a website on the internet “The Bible says in John 16:7 However, I will tell you the truth: it is in your best interests for me to go; otherwise, the Helper would not come to you; however, if I leave, I will send Him to you.

When it comes to water baptism for repentance, I am a weakling compared to the Mighty One who will come after me, and I am not worthy to take off His sandals; He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire.” ToolsVerse is a page on the internet “Jesus said in Mark 1:8 “I bathed you with water, but He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit.” ToolsVerse is a page on the internet “>Luke 3:16 is a biblical passage.

“As for me, I baptize you with water; but there is One coming who is mightier than I, and I am not worthy to untie the thong of His sandals; He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire,” John said to them all.

He then breathed on them and whispered to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit,” after which He breathed on them again.

As a result, I will petition the Father on your behalf, and He will provide you with another Helper so that He may be with you forever; that Helper is the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive because it does not see or recognize Him, but whom you recognize because He abides with you and is in you.

  1. In contrast, the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, will instruct you in all things and bring to your attention all that I have said to you during your life.
  2. ‘When the Helper arrives, whom I will send to you from the Father, that is, when the Spirit of truth comes forth from the Father, He will bear witness about Me,’ says the Lord.
  3. As a result of being elevated to the right hand of God and receiving from the Father the promise of the Holy Spirit, He has poured forth what you see and hear before your eyes and ears.
  4. The New American Standard Bible is a translation of the New Testament into English.

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UBF Resources : JESUS PROMISES THE HOLY SPIRIT

THE HOLY SPIRIT, AS PROMISED BY JESUS John 14:15-31 (Joh 14:15-31) 39 39 14:23 is the most important verse. IF YOU ARE IN LOVE WITH ME (15-24) 1.Read verses 15 and 16 aloud. (To whom is Jesus addressing himself? What was it that his disciples were concerned about?) What is the best way for a disciple to display his or her love for Jesus? To those who love and obey Jesus, what does he promise them? Who is the other member of the Counseling Team? Who was the first Counselor to be appointed? What makes “another Counselor” superior to the first?

  1. 2.
  2. What is the significance of the Counselor’s telling the whole truth?
  3. Why is it unable to recognize or recognize him?
  4. Take a look at verses 18-19.
  5. What would the disciples’ perception of Jesus be?
  6. 3.Read verses 20 and 21 aloud.
  7. Does the arrival of the Holy Spirit make a significant difference?

What are some of the ways we might demonstrate our devotion to Jesus?

4.Read verses 22 and consider what Judas inquired.

Take a look at verses 23-25.

What is the greatest benefit that the Father has given you?

What is it about the words Jesus is speaking that makes them so special?

Who is the Counselor, who sends him, and what does he perform are all mysteries.

(See also Rom 8:26,27; Jn 3:5-6) Pay attention to verse 27.

What distinguishes Jesus’ peace from that of the rest of the world?

What are the reasons for the disciples’ joy that Jesus is leaving?

(20:31) Who is the prince of this planet, and what is his name?

What can we learn from Jesus about how to combat the world and its ruler, the Antichrist?

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THE HOLY SPIRIT, AS PROMISED BY JESUS John 14:15-31 (Joh 14:15-31) 39 39 14:23 is the most important verse. IF YOU ARE IN LOVE WITH ME (15-25) Jesus is speaking to his disciples in this passage. The phrase “If you love me, you will follow what I instruct” is repeated three times in verses 15-24 (in slightly different phrases each time) (15,21,23). In addition, Jesus promised to send the Holy Spirit (also known as the Comforter or the Spirit of truth) to all who love him. Jesus was continuing his talk with his disciples at the time of this writing.

  1. He was well aware of how empty they were.
  2. As a result, in verse 18, Jesus promises, “I will not abandon you as orphans; I will come to you.
  3. They were disturbed and distressed since they couldn’t envision their lives without him in them.
  4. Their immediate anxiousness was not alleviated as a result.
  5. This Counselor would remain with them for the rest of their lives.
  6. The Spirit of truth is the name given to the Counselor.
  7. When it comes to truth, it is the Holy Spirit who speaks for us.

His presence in us offers us the life of God–spiritual life–because he is the life of God.

He would be laid to rest.

We shall live as long as he does because he is alive.

We have eternal life because we hear Jesus’ teaching and believe in the God who sent Jesus.

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We have made the transition from death to life.

In his promise to us, Jesus promises that the Counselor, the Holy Spirit, will be in us and with us while we go on our earthly trip to the heavenly kingdom.

God revealed the precise design to him.

Rather than being separated from his people, he would dwell among them and lead them from Mt Sinai through the desert to the promised land.

To atone for sin, provisions were created for the offering of animal blood sacrifices.

A reference to Jesus, the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world, was made by this sacrificial procedure.

His ability to raise the dead provides us new life.

As a promise, Jesus said that he will come to reside in the hearts of people who love him and follow his commands.

Towards the end of chapter 13, he stated unequivocally, “A new commandment I give you: love one another.” In Chapter 14, he repeats himself again and over.

It is a formal command.

It is difficult to do with our own human might.

Jesus has promised to show himself to people who love him in a personal manner.

We shall travel to him and establish a residence with him.

They were completely blind to spiritual things.

If the people of the world saw Jesus Christ coming in clouds of glory with his holy angels, he may have believed that they would believe.

Perhaps one day he will, but there were important things for him to do first, and equally important things for the disciples to complete before.

The good message of forgiveness and God’s love was to be spread across the globe, and he issued the order to do so.

God’s mandate is the vehicle through which we demonstrate our affection for him.

Thomas and Philip were both unexamined in their spirituality.

Despite his best efforts, Thomas could not comprehend that Jesus was departing for the heavenly realm.

Unlike Thomas, who did not understand the path, Jesus, the Lamb of God, who takes away our sins, showed us the way via his death and resurrection on the cross.

Then he and the Father would pour forth the Holy Spirit on individuals who are devoted to God and the truth of the gospel.

There would be a shift in their inner life.

THE COUNSELOR WILL ARRIVE (25-31) A promise was given by Jesus to his followers.

They didn’t comprehend, but they believed and recalled what had happened.

They were statements that needed to be taken seriously and heeded.

He would instruct the disciples on how to follow in the footsteps of Jesus.

He would provide them with the power they needed to live the lives that Jesus had asked them to live.

The peace that Jesus provides is not the same as the peace that the world offers.

Jesus’ peace can only be found within.

Everyone desires tranquility above everything else, and no one can deny that.

“Do not allow your hearts to be concerned, and do not be scared,” Jesus instructed his distressed disciples.

Throughout verses 28-30, Jesus speaks to his followers about the triumph he would experience on the cross.

By dying on the cross, he will be victorious over the devil. He would be victorious over the demon if he clung to the teachings of his heavenly Father. This is Jesus’ key to triumph: “I love the Father and will do exactly what he orders.” This is the secret to Jesus’ victory.

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He then stated, “I tell you the truth: it is in your best interests that I go, since if I do not leave, the Helper will not come to you.” “However, if I have to go, I will send him to you” (John 16:7). Now, I don’t want to bring cold coals to Newcastle by providing you with material that you already know, so let me to provide you with some background knowledge on this verse in a concise manner. You are aware that the Greek word parakletos, which is translated as “Helper,” is used in this context.

  1. Taking the phrase into a broader context, it refers to feelings of comfort, protection, advice, and direction.
  2. I believe it is preferable for me to just provide a handful of facts about the identity of this Helper without adding any more embellishment.
  3. He is referred to as “He” rather than “it.” This is significant because, if you pay close attention to what others are saying, even within your own congregations, you may hear the Holy Spirit referred to in the neuter gender.
  4. If you do, I hope you will instantly bite your tongue and stop.
  5. When it comes to Him as a person, He can be grieved (Eph.
  6. 5:19), and opposed (Eph.
  7. (Acts 7:51).

According to theological terminology, He is both co-equal and co-eternal with the Father.

As a result, the activity of the Spirit is never revealed to us in Scripture in isolation from the person and work of Christ, nor is it revealed in isolation from the eternal purpose of the Father.

Third, the Holy Spirit played a role in the process of creation.

The earth was devoid of shape and empty, and darkness hung over the surface of the ocean’s depths.

The Hebrew word for “Spirit” in this context isruach, which may also be rendered as “breath.” Theruach elohim, often known as “the Breath of the Almighty,” is the creative force behind all things.

We know the answer to the question “Who made these?” in Isaiah 40:26 because it is found in Genesis 1:2—the Spirit is the irresistible power that God uses to achieve His will.

To put it another way, can we comprehend the nature of His hypostasis just by looking at the Old Testament?

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This issue, incidentally, serves as a reminder that it is beneficial to read our Bibles backwards.

Fourth of all, the Holy Spirit serves as the agent of not just God’s original creation, but also God’s new creation in Jesus Christ.

This is demonstrated in John 3, during the historic interaction between Jesus and Nicodemus, in which Jesus declared, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God” (John 3:3, emphasis added) (John 3:5).

Fifth, the Scriptures were written by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.

The Greek term for “God-breathed” is theopneustos, which literally translates as “God-breathed.” In the act of creation, we have the Spirit breathing His vitality into the world, releasing the power of God in the process.

The notion of inspiration is inextricably linked to the operation of God the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers.

The folks who created the biblical texts did not make up stories or make up facts.

Genuine people living in real historical eras, with real DNA writing that corresponded to their historical contexts and personalities, were involved in this study.

It was, for example, both Jeremiah and God, because Jeremiah was scooped up and carried along with the others.

He did so without interfering with Jeremiah’s particular personality, and he subsequently composed what is considered to be the literal Word of God.

We could go on and on about the identity of the Helper, but we need to be selective rather than extensive in our investigation of the matter.

There are two words that can be translated as “another” in this context: isallos and notheteros.

Spirit is represented by theparakletos, or the one who walks by us.

he resides with you and will be in you,” he was not kidding (John 14:16-17).

As a result, His ministry is both permanent and personal at the same time. Abridged from Alistair Begg’s contribution to Holy, Holy, Holy: Proclaiming the Perfections of God (Holy, Holy, Holy: Proclaiming the Perfections of God).

The Holy Spirit #6: The Holy Spirit and Jesus Christ

He then stated, “I tell you the truth: it is in your best interest that I go, since if I do not leave, the Helper will not come to you.” I will, however, send him to you in the event that I must depart” (John 16:7). In order to avoid bringing cold coals to Newcastle by providing you with material that you are already familiar with, let me to provide you with some background information on this verse in just a few sentences. Your knowledge of the Greek language allows you to understand that parakletos is the term translated here as “Helper.” A legal dimension is implied by its technical form, which refers to someone who would act as an advocate.

Similarly, in John 14, Jesus referred to the Spirit as a “helper” and presented Him as “the Spirit of truth” (John 14:17; 16:13).

In the first place, we must recognize that the Holy Spirit is a distinct individual, rather than merely an influencing force or a power.

You may even become aware of your own actions.

To comprehend the personal nature of the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity, we must first acknowledge that he exists.

4:30), quenched in terms of the exercise of His will (1 Thess.

Second, the Holy Spirit is one with the Father and the Son, and they are not separate entities.

The Holy Spirit’s activity is therefore neither presented to us in Scripture in isolation from the person and work of Christ, nor is it shown to us in isolation from God’s everlasting plan.

In addition, the Holy Spirit played a role in the process of creation.

Genesis 1:1–2 describes the presence of God’s Spirit hanging over the face of the seas.

It is the almighty’s breath, known as theruach elohim, that works in the world.

Consequently, when we read Isaiah 40:26 and the question is posed, “Who made these?” we may find the answer in Genesis 1:2—the Spirit is the overpowering power by which God accomplishes His goal.

To put it another way, can we grasp the nature of His hypostasis just by looking at the Bible’s historical records?

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Additionally, this issue serves as a reminder that it is advantageous to read our Bibles backward.

” For want of a better phrase, we learn about the ramifications of the teachings and events that have occurred previously in the Bible.

He is the one who gave birth to the new life on the planet.

In this interaction Jesus declares, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God” (John 3:5).

Sixth, the Scriptures are written by the Holy Spirit who is their author.

‘Theopneustos,’ which literally translates as “God-breathed,” is the Greek term that lies behind this expression.

With redemption, we have something similar, and it is repeated in the divine act of providing us with a written record, which is found in the Scriptures itself.

“No prophecy was ever generated by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit,” writes Peter, in support of this viewpoint (2 Peter 1:21).

The same could be said for them: they were not robots.

The Bible, on the other hand, had two writers.

Indeed, in the instance of Jeremiah, God declared, “Behold, I have put my words in your mouth” (2 Peter 1:9).

Because the Bible is a book that came into being as a consequence of the Holy Spirit’s exhalation, it is for this reason that we study it.

‘Another Helper,’ he introduces himself.

The Helper promised by Jesus would be of the same sort as the one who had helped him, rather than a different one.

“He will be with you forever.

he will stay with you and will be in you,” Jesus promised (John 14:16-17). So, His ministry is both permanent and individual, as evidenced by the following: Holy, Holy, Holy: Proclaiming the Perfections of God was written by Alistair Begg, and this piece is drawn from his contribution to the book.

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