By Jack Levison
Forty Days with the Holy Spirit will motivate you to come across God in clean and awesome methods. you are going to strengthen more desirable religious muscle groups as you breathe, learn, mirror, and pray—all with a watch to cultivating a dating with the least known member of the Trinity. The e-book is interactive, delivering the chance to put in writing and pray every day; clever, rooted in a rigorous research of Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation; and welcoming, with forty insightful, well-planned 20–30 minute day-by-day workouts; and prayerful, with forty unique prayers that trap every one day's perception into the deep, non secular paintings of the Holy Spirit. "Jack Levison's full of life new booklet forty Days with the Holy Spirit is an interesting devotional that invitations the Christian group to be reacquainted with the individual and ministry of the Holy Spirit. I learn it as a Pentecostal pastor/theologian and it provoked me to think about anew how the Spirit is actively at paintings in my lifestyles and on this planet. notwithstanding there are...
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MEDITATE I squirmed in Mrs. Shreck’s first grade classroom. ” That way, I guess, I wouldn’t bother other students, and I would, in theory at least, develop the skill of sitting still. (It never took. ) To this day, when I hear the words, “Be still, and know that I am God,” from Psalm 46, I can’t help but think of Mrs. Shreck’s classroom. My wife, Priscilla, doesn’t have a similar reaction to this psalm because she is much better behaved than I am and doesn’t share my lifelong struggle with squirming.
He let go and abandoned. Here’s what I mean. Daniel was taken into exile by the Babylonians, who planned to train him and a cluster of other men to take charge of the captive Israelites. For three long generations, Daniel astonished Babylonian and Persian rulers, who acknowledged that Daniel had an excellent spirit in him. This length of time—three generations—tells us three things about the Spirit. First, the Spirit’s not intermittent, a divine presence that comes and goes, arrives and leaves again and again.
Ezekiel, an idiosyncratic but brilliant prophet, knew what this nation had become: a valley filled with very many, very dry bones. He knew this because the Spirit-wind of God had thrown Ezekiel smack into the middle of the pile, where he climbed on and clawed these bones, where he peered beyond the cusp of death at a world with bones clattering, fresh sinews laid on top like a linen tablecloth, flesh draped over the sinews, skin wrapping the flesh. At the heart of this clattering and clothing and coating is ruach, God’s Spirit-breath.