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  • Not by Might or Power, but by My Spirit-Pt 7| Holy Spirit/144,000

    In this series of studies, we have considered some ways the Holy Spirit operates and how the Holy Spirit influenced Bible characters. Ever since the day Adam and Eve sinned, the Holy Spirit has been striving to connect fallen man with God because our sinful nature is naturally hostile toward Him. (Romans 8:5-7) I cannot

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  • “Not by Might nor by Power, but by My Spirit” – Part 6 | The Unpardonable Sin

    WUAS continues to receive questions and requests for help regarding demonic torment and possession because there is increasing fear and awareness of this phenomenon.  My recommendations for achieving freedom from demonic torment are presented in this short video series. (youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCjTA_z__Ocqw-RibYLrNjUD9ORBZXclq) During the past two months, we have studied King Saul’s descent into demonic torment.  Ultimately,

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  • Not by Might nor by Power, but by My Spirit – Part 5

    In this series of articles, we are exploring how the Holy Spirit works with prophets and individuals. We have considered how prophets can make mistakes either through willful disobedience (like Jonah) or allowing their sinful natures to overcome their spiritual natures (like Balaam). We have also learned disobeying God can have severe consequences, even death

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  • Not by Might nor by Power, but by My Spirit – Part 4

    Earlier in this series, we discussed the fact that the Holy Spirit is sent to every person at birth.  As we mature, we detect His influence. Since we are free will beings, we can choose to reject or obey His prompting.  Many people obey the Holy Spirit even though they have no knowledge of Him

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  • Not by Might nor by Power, but by My Spirit – Part 3

    From previous studies, we have learned that the Holy Spirit is given to everyone; every person feels His promptings and presence. The Holy Spirit’s activity within us is dependent on two principles:  First, God has a purpose for every person. (Jeremiah 1:5) Second, our willingness to follow the Spirit’s promptings determines the activity of the

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