All Resources on The Holy Spirit
In episode 515, we share an excerpt from a sermon Pastor John preached in 1999 about what it means to have God's spirit in us.
These two verses are two of the hardest in Romans 8. John Piper asks two important questions to uncover how the Holy Spirit helps us in our weaknesses. He shows how God — all three persons — is active in helping and keeping us through the hardest things in life.
The Holy Spirit has a massive role in Romans 8, and in the rest of the Bible, but he is often overlooked. In this lab, John Piper highlights the work of the Holy Spirit, specifically three ways he testifies that we are the children of God.
Even though we’ve been saved by Jesus, we all still die. What does it mean for us that the Spirit lives in us? What does it mean for our fight against sin, our relationship to Jesus, and our death? Piper answers in this lab.
Jesus bought us with his death and then sealed us with his Spirit. In this lab, John Piper unfolds the glory of the Trinity in our salvation and the role of the Spirit in showing that we belong to Jesus.
Sinclair Ferguson on the mysterious third person of the Trinity.
How do I explain my own personal fluctuating experience of joy in God when then source of my personal joy (the Holy Spirit) is constantly, personally, present in me at all times?
Kevin DeYoung discusses the role of the Holy Spirit in our understanding of the Bible and our assurance of salvation.
John Piper says that sometimes our prayers go unanswered because we do not avail ourselves of the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
The work of the Holy Spirit is a clarification and application and certification of the incarnation of the Son of God.
What are revivals and why should we want them?
Baptism by the Holy Spirit is mainly about Jesus, not the Holy Spirit.
Being filled with the Spirit is parallel to getting drunk with wine.
Is it really possible for one's face and heart to be filled with sorrow and joy?
The Holy Wind of God will not break or quench. He will lift up your head and fan your spark into a flame.
One of the things you do when you are full of the Holy Spirit is spill over with gratitude to God for everything.
No one can stop the coming of spring—in nature or in the church—when God has appointed its time.
Did Old Testament saints have the Holy Spirit? If so, what was the significance of Pentecost?
What are the essential distinctions between true Christians and non-Christians?
How does the Holy Spirit pray for us?
We need to know the experiences of Old Testament saints in order to understand the immensity of our privilege in these last days.
If you want the Spirit's power in your life, make Jesus the center of your life.
Luke expects the receiving of the Holy Spirit to be a real, identifiable experience, not just a logical inference from a human act of will.
We live between the beginning of the kingdom of God and the consummation of the kingdom. What is that like?
When the Spirit comes in power, he comes suddenly—on his own terms and in his own time—and he comes for harvesting.