Holy Spirit

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the third person in the Trinity

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The Rev Dennis gave the talk and as it was Trinity Sunday he spoke about God the Father, the God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
God the Holy Spirit, the Giver of Life, the Renewer and Helper of God's people, is also God with us.
The direct line is twofold: both scripture and tradition, both guided by God the Holy Spirit.
The epiklesis, the prayer to God the Holy Spirit, in the Liturgy of St.
He included belief in God, who created the universe and who is sovereign, faithful, and true; belief in Christ, the incarnate God who suffered on the cross to make atonement for our sin; and belief in God the Holy Spirit, who empowers the word of God for the salvation of sinners.
Meanwhile, God the Holy Spirit belongs to God's mysterious "inside.
This resides in the whole community of 'Christians who constitute the Church (and who) are given by God the Holy Spirit a grasp on the essential Gospel' (p.
Kevin Lottie and Ayls lit candles as we thought about God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
In 10 chapters Living Faith introduces us to life with God by speaking of God as creator and ruler, God in Christ, God the Holy Spirit, the Bible as God's word, our faith in God, God's church, our call to follow God's crucified Messiah, our part in God's mission, and our hope in God.
God the Father is the builder (Creator), God the Son the owner (Redeemer), and God the Holy Spirit tenant (The Indweller).
The pastor who proclaims the gospel in word and deed makes a confession of faith in God the Holy Spirit.
Because God the Holy Spirit has entrusted us with the treasure of his church, it is our task to continue to reform that which needs reforming, so that both clergy and laity can rejoice in the church as a vocational vehicle.
It is God the Holy Spirit who sustains Christians in such persistent "hoping against hope" (Rom.