Category Holy Spirit

Being Fruitful

In Genesis 1, it is not until Day Five that God gives the command for fruitfulness and multiplication. The command to be fruitful and to multiply is called a blessing. We should take note, that here before the Fall, God’s binding Word over His creation is a blessing! God gives this command to the fishes, […]

The Flaming Church

This Sunday is the celebration of Pentecost. Below is my sermon from last year on Acts 2:1-41. Pentecost takes place ten days after Christ’s Ascension into heaven. He ascended forty days after His resurrection and the Spirit came ten days after Christ’s ascension, on Pentecost. Throughout church history colors have been very important. For the […]

Attempt For Sermon Clarity

My sermon this past Lord’s Day was on Mark 3:13-35, and while I am certain there are things which I said that lack a level of sufficient clarity, for which I ask your pardon, but one particular point came through after the service. I am thankful for the push, because in my mind I was […]

Pentecost Snippets Part 7

This is my last installment in this little series. The others can be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, and Part 6. This next little bit comes out of my sermon concerning Pentecost. “And there came unto me one of the seven angels which had the seven vials full […]

Pentecost Snippets Part 6

The other posts are here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5. In Acts 2, we have God giving His Holy Spirit to the church. I have been looking at what this means throughout the Bible in various aspects of biblical theology, and in this post I want to point out how […]

Pentecost Snippets Part 5

Pentecost is the day that the Bible has been leaning toward since Genesis. Pentecost is a culmination of God’s promises. When Adam and Eve rebelled, they were removed from God’s presence and they could not go back to Him as the path was guarded by a flaming sword. God promised that it would not always […]

Pentecost Snippets Part 4

This is the fourth installment in a little series, and instead of clicking the back button you can find the other posts here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. In this little bit I would like to connect a link between what is happening at Pentecost to what occurred in a very similar way, although […]