What the Holy Spirit Can Do in Your Preaching

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Samuel Oyadeyi

September 06, 2014  1:30pm

I am so greatful for this insighful article. It has enriched me personally. May God replenish you with more grace and glory in Jesus' name.

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Ikenna Okafor

October 09, 2013  11:39pm

This is Life transforming!

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February 02, 2013  11:37am

Jim Cymbala does not preach correct doctrine about The Holy Spirit but instead has his readers seeking after "new revelations" & "fresh words" Jesus never taught. Add on name it and claim it, blab it and grab it, word faith new age emergent church charismatic chaos? We have what Jesus taught would happen in the end of days. False teachers telling smooth things to those who insist "feelings" are now the replacement for Biblical Facts. That takes to much time and study and does not sell books!

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Peter Pettitt

September 17, 2012  5:31am

We are not orphans , the Holy Spirit has been here for us since Jesus ascended. If we repent, remove anything in our life that is not pure and or clean, testify what Jesus has done in our lives and get ready to be used.Whether as a preacher or gifts to the poor, God is searching looking, for a man, a man who will take the Gospel in it's power and impact the world !!! Like Wigglesworth, Finney, Spurgeon and Wesley brothers Are you that man ? Preach it Jim !!!

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sylvia p. wright

August 28, 2012  4:14pm

I have always known this to be true according to Scripture. However, I have not been true to my self in preaching it, nor to the Spirit or those whom he came to comfort. Thanks for clearing my vision!

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