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The Holy Spirit's Amazing Work of Art

The Holy Spirit’s Amazing Work of Art

A fresh reminder from Chas Carrin about how amazing the Bible is and how the Spirit speaks through it today. Pentecost exploded onto the ancient world with such power that it forever altered the work of scribes and the production of books. The overwhelming demand for the written account of Jesus had no precedent in […]

The Art of Exhortation

The Art of Exhortation

From the Worship Leader series.   We must never assume that simply because people are gathered together in one place, they are necessarily ready to worship. They seem to be ready, but they must in fact be brought to a place of readiness. The people do not need whipping-they have been battered by the world […]

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