The Holy Spirit and Jesus

Read Isaiah 11:1-4 According to Isaiah, the Spirit of the LORD would play an important role in the ministry of the Messiah. Accordingly, the Spirit of the LORD (the Holy Spirit) was much involved in the life and ministry of Jesus. The Holy Spirit caused Mary to conceive while she was a virgin (Matthew 1:18-20, … Continue reading The Holy Spirit and Jesus

The Spirit Enables God’s People

Since Old Testament times, the Spirit of God would enter into people to direct them and enable them to do something for God, whether it was prophesying, crafting something, leading, exercising supernatural strength, gathering an army, or going to war. In Genesis 41:38, Pharaoh states that the Spirit of God is in Joseph. Pharaoh deduced … Continue reading The Spirit Enables God’s People

The Spirit of God Manifests Himself As Wind

Today's Lesson Read Acts 2:2 The Hebrew word that is often translated in the Old Testament portion of the Bible (the TaNaKh) as spirit is the word ruach, and it can mean breath, wind, and spirit. In Job 19:17, ruach refers to the breath expelled from the mouth when a human being speaks. In Psalm 33:6, it is used in the same way to anthropomorphize … Continue reading The Spirit of God Manifests Himself As Wind

God and His Spirit Speak

Today's Lesson Read Genesis 1:2 and Genesis 1:28 If we put aside everything we think we know about God, and if we then read the Bible from the beginning, one of the very first things about God that should catch our attention is that God speaks. God's power amazes us because all He has to do to … Continue reading God and His Spirit Speak

God and The Spirit of God

Lesson on Genesis 1:2 Early in the Bible, we are introduced to the Spirit of God (Genesis 1:2). We are told that God created the heavens and the earth, and then we are told that the Spirit of God was hovering over the surface of the waters. Clearly, God and the Spirit of God are … Continue reading God and The Spirit of God

Jesus Is The Son of God (Part 1)

Today's Lesson Read Luke 1:31-35, Luke 3:38, Genesis 1:1-2, Genesis 1:26, and John 8:58 Jesus is the Son of God. What does that mean? How can God have a Son? That Jesus is the┬áSon of God does not mean that Jesus is the product of a sexual encounter between God and Mary. Unfortuntely, people who … Continue reading Jesus Is The Son of God (Part 1)