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The Holy Spirit has been given to equip, teach, and evangelize Christians with the Gospel, the good news about Jesus’ assignment for the redemption of mankind—something no man has the ability to do for himself. God’s plan was to energize his disciples for the greatest work that could not be accomplished totally by man’s own strength and initiative. In Acts of the Holy Spirit, author Albert E. Griffin discusses how the power of the Word of God is facilitated and empowered by the third of the trinity, the Paraclete.
Through thirty-six lessons, Griffin shows that the book of Acts is the inspired record of the Holy Spirit carrying out God’s great commission. He teaches how the Holy Spirit, through Spirit-filled Christians, made it possible for Jesus to continue to do all that he began to do and teach in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and into the farthest reaches of the world.
Providing keen insights, Acts of the Holy Spirit reveals a broad, scholarly, biblical, theological, historical, and practical look at the book of Acts and its relevant and important messages.