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Empowered to Work

The power of the Holy Spirit permeates our entire life--even our daily job.

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Introduction

I. The reality of the Spirit

II. The Spirit leads us to death

III. The Spirit raises us in power

IV. The Spirit strengthens us in community

David H. Kim is the Executive Director of the Center for Faith & Work and the Pastor of Faith and Work for Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York

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James Nite

May 11, 2015  2:01pm

Some very good material, but doesn't explain the passage in its context (i.e., re-establishment of Israel).

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