[CS-FSLUG] I am embarrassed, I don't remember your name, but...................

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Sat Jul 11 11:16:37 CDT 2009

Jon Glass wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 3:21 PM, steven
> vollom<stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> When the Holy Spirit became part of the believer, the ability to test and
>> prove those things came to being.  It may be the reason GOD provided it for
>> his people.
>> Anyone who says he is a Christian and doesn't have the quiet voice that
>> confirms or rejects these things, may not be a Christian.
> Paul exhorted us to not grieve the Holy Spirit. This, of course, by
> its mere statement, implies that it is possible--even probably--that
> believers can "impair" the working of the Holy Spirit in their lives.
> Furthermore, Paul finishes the verse saying, "whereby ye are sealed
> unto the day of redemption." Thus reminding us of the primary ministry
> of the Holy Spirit in our lives. One thing we don't want to forget is
> that the Holy Spirit's primary--no, sole--tool for accomplishing His
> work in our lives is Scripture (i.e. the 66 books as we know It
> today). Almost invariably, when you see the Holy Spirit's working or
> ministering, you see God's Word. In other words, the Holy Spirit won't
> work in a way that goes beyond or contradicts God's Written Word. This
> is contrary to much teaching today, but I suppose that is to be
> expected in this sensual, post-modern world in which we live.

Excellent, Jon!


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