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Amaro cynthiagrissom
cynthiagrissom #FREEDOM is the word for today! Freedom from expectations. Others expectations of you, your own expectations of who you think you should be, and from the expectation that you have to be better or do more to please God. Their is freedom in knowing that you are already pleasing God just as you are!! He desires for you to simply live your life walking intimately with him and to know that you are already #new, #complete, #perfect, #righteous, and #holy, because HE has made you so by HIS blood, not by your works! #beyou #godtalks #devotional #godslove 1min

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2min o_viola
Lo-fi Raimundo Abreu
o_viola Romanos: 5. 3. E não somente isso, mas também gloriemo-nos nas tribulações; sabendo que a tribulação produz a perseverança, 4. e a perseverança a experiência, e a experiência a esperança;
#Deus #Jesus #JesusCristo #JesusChrist #JesusSaves #TeamJesus #God #Deusnocomando #EspíritoSanto #HolySpirit #Holy #Christian #Salvation #Savior #Bíblia #Bible #Fé #Faith #Mercy #Grace #ישוע #yeshua #boladeneve #blessed #bless #worship
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theological_calx [PART 1 of 2]: There is tons of posts on The Holy Spirit, but it doesn't hurt to make more. It is fascinating to study and sometimes the Holy Spirit is misunderstood to others and in other religious groups. Before Jesus’ death, He promised that He and the Father would send to His disciples “another Helper” (John 14:16, 26; 15:26; 16:7). The Greek word translated “Helper” is [parakletos]. It means a lawyer or assistant in a legal question. In a wider context it means a person who provides encouragement, counsel, and strength. Jesus will send “another” Helper, One like Himself who will carry on after Him the teaching and testimony that He began (John 16:7–15). The work of such a Helper is work carried out by a personal Being. The Old Testament reveals much about the Spirit’s activity in creation (Gen. 1:2; Ps. 33:6), revelation (Is. 61:1–3; Mic. 3:8), empowerment (Ex. 31:2–6; Judg. 15:14, 15; Is. 11:2), and inward renewal (Ps. 51:10–12; Ezek. 36:25–27). But it was for the New Testament to reveal clearly the Spirit as a distinct divine Person, coequal with the Father and the Son. The Spirit is said to speak (Acts 1:16; 8:29; 10:19; 13:2), teach (John 14:26), witness (John 15:26), search (1 Cor. 2:10), will (1 Cor. 12:11), and intercede (Rom. 8:26, 27). All these are the acts of an individual Person. The divinity of the Spirit appears from the way the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are named together in benedictions (2 Cor. 13:14; Rev. 1:4–6) and in the formula of baptism (Matt. 28:19). To lie to the Spirit is to lie to God (Acts 5:3, 4). 6min
  •   theological_calx [PART 2 of 2]: The Spirit is called “seven spirits” in Rev. 1:4; 3:1; 4:5; 5:6 as an expression of His fullness and the diversity of His work in the church in many places, represented by the seven churches in Asia (Rev. 1:11–20). This divine perfection was foreshadowed in Zech. 3:9; 4:2, 10; the number “seven” expresses the perfection of the one Spirit. The Spirit is the third Person of the Trinity, equal to the Father and the Son in glory, and worthy with them of worship, love, and obedience. The work of the Spirit is to glorify Jesus Christ by showing His disciples who He is (John 16:7–15) and what He means to them (Rom. 8:15–17; Gal. 4:6).The Spirit enlightens (Eph. 1:17, 18), regenerates (John 3:5–8), sanctifies (Gal. 5:16–18), and transforms (2 Cor. 3:18; Gal. 5:22, 23). He gives God’s people what they need to serve Him (1 Cor. 12:4–11). The Spirit’s full ministry began on Pentecost, after Jesus ascended to heaven (Acts 2:1–4). John the Baptist foretold that Jesus would baptize in the Spirit (Mark 1:8; John 1:33) as the fulfillment of a promise made in the Old Testament and repeated by Jesus (Jer.31:31–34; Joel 2:28–32; Acts 1:4, 5). Pentecost marked the opening of the last era of world history, that will end when Christ returns. At the time they are born again, believers in Jesus receive the fullness of the Spirit according to the New Testament (Acts 2:38; Rom. 8:9; 1 Cor. 12:13). All the gifts for life service that appear subsequently in a Christian’s life flow from this initial baptism in the Spirit, because in this baptism the sinner is united to the risen Christ. 6min
  •   theological_calx meant to say *are instead of *is above in the beginning. ugh... can't edit Instagram posts 4min

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Valencia anvartharique23
thebiblebook Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever. -1Chronicles 16:34 😇 7min

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10min yettabow
Normal yetta
yettabow Fire in my heart #cross #holy #dove 10min

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11min djgrandmill
Video DJ Grand Mill (The Rapping DJ)
15min depoolfr
Willow Francisco De Pool
depoolfr "Where you go, I'll go Where you stay, I'll stay When you move, I'll move I will follow You" #Jesus #Christ #God #holy #love #lamb 15min

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16min nimco10
Normal Nimco Mohamed

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24min erinjemm
Earlybird Erin Emm