November 2019 | Baptism of the Holy Spirit

November 2019

The Importance of Second Doctrine or Truth

November 2019

There was a time not too long ago when “Theology” was regarded as the queen of all sciences. Theology comes from two Greek words: Theos (God) and Logos (Word), literally “God-Word” or Word of God”. Take the words such as psychology, sociology and biology. Psychology is the “study of...Read More

Baptism with the Holy Spirit

November 2019

About the Holy Spirit, the Nicene Creed says:" We believe in the Holy Ghost, who is the Lord and giver of life, who proceedeth from the Father, who with the Father and Son, is worshiped and glorified, who spake by the prophets".Since we live in the dispensation of the Holy Spirit, It is very importa...Read More

Person of Holy Spirit in Triune God

November 2019

IntroductionThe early converts of Christians were from Jewish background and the church has its beginning in a Jewish environment. Until the emergence of the Christian cannon the Holy Writings of Judaism was considered as the Scripture for Christians. The Christians believed that they worship the Go...Read More

Salvation and the Holy Spirit

November 2019

One’s lifetime is insufficient to capture in words the extent of the Spirit’s work towards the salvation of any individual. The Spirit was involved not only in the creation of the world (Gen.1:1, 2; Psa.104:30) but also is involved in the creation of every human being that comes into the world (...Read More

Baptism of the Holy Spirit-Nature and Evidence

November 2019

INTRODUCTION We live in a society where people are curious to know more about the experience of the infilling of the Holy Spirit. Even among the new generation Pentecostals this is a perplexing question. Many are looking for answers to questions such as: What is the nature of the baptism of the...Read More

Experience of Other Tongues and Gift of Tongues

November 2019

On the day of Pentecost, the apostles of Jesus were filled with Holy Spirit and began speaking in other tongues (Acts. 2:1-4,11).  Speaking in an ecstatic languages was common among members of the early Christian churches, but no one could understand this form of speaking in tongues (1 Cor.14:2...Read More