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What Does Filled with the Spirit Mean?

What Does Filled with the Spirit Mean?
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Andrew Wilson writes in an article for Christianity Today:

When you’re sailing, is “being filled with the wind” an experience or a habit? Both. Catching the wind on a sailboat is clearly an experience. I vividly remember that first feeling of being seized and carried forward by ...

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