By R.T. Kendall
Are you hungry for extra of the Holy Spirit on your lifestyles? Are you prepared for a private come across with Him that may switch your existence?
The Holy Spirit is larger than our theology, greater than our denominations, and really past whatever we will be able to think. In Forty Days With the Holy Spirit, revered preacher and theologian R. T. Kendall takes you on a trip via day-by-day readings from his ebook, Holy Fire, that will:
should you wish to elevate your wisdom of this so much misunderstood member of the trinity, or should you lengthy to adventure His presence on your existence in a deeper method than ever earlier than, this publication is for you.
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13:9–14). Things were never the same again—for Saul or for Israel. Saul was rejected by God. The people did not know this; only Samuel knew it. In the meantime Samuel anointed young David (1 Sam. 16:13)—the man after God’s own heart. David killed Goliath, making Saul insanely jealous. Moreover, “Saul was afraid of David, because the LORD was with David but had left Saul” (1 Sam. 18:12). David had to go into hiding because of Saul’s jealousy and dogged determination to kill him. Saul was more concerned about the threat of David than he was the Philistines—the enemy of Israel.
3:4). There was no explicit promise of mercy if they repented, but the Ninevites “believed God” and “declared a fast, and all of them, from the greatest to the least, put on sackcloth” (v. 5). The consequence of their repentance was: “When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, he had compassion and did not bring upon them the destruction he had threatened” (v. 10). As I said, Jonah’s message did not offer any hope to the people of Nineveh. For all I know, this absence of a promise of mercy may have been what shook them rigid.
Why forty? Because forty is a number in the Bible that has had repeated significance. The flood in Noah’s time came after forty days of rain (Gen. 7:17). Moses spent forty days on Mount Sinai (Exod. 24:18). Jesus fasted for forty days in the wilderness (Matt. 4:2). He ascended to heaven forty days after His resurrection (Acts 1:3). I therefore invite you to enter into a forty-day journey in pursuit of a greater measure of the Holy Spirit—not merely to learn more about Him, but to experience . .