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Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
Nooma the Person of the Spirit
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Nooma the Person of the Spirit

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The first in the series on the Holy Spirit …

The first in the series on the Holy Spirit
Discussion of the personality and essence of the Holy Spirit, reasons for study of pneumatology, reasons for avoidance of the topic
Tabernacle Baptist Church, Sunday morning services 8/25/12

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  • PNEUMA is Greek for wind, air, breath, or spirit
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    • 1. NOOMA The Person of the Spirit
    • 2. Introduction • Why study the doctrine of the Spirit? ( PNEUMATOLOGY )
    • 3. 1. The Holy Spirit is the point at which the Trinity becomes personal for the believer … he is resident within us
    • 4. 2. We live in the period in which the Holy Spirit’s work is more prominent than that of the other members of the Trinity
    • 5. 3. The current culture stresses the experiential, and it is primarily through [the Holy Spirit] that we experience God
    • 6. Introduction • Why have we stopped talking much about the Spirit in the 21st century? • Protestant scholasticism • Rationalism • Romanticism • Charismatic Pentecostalism
    • 7. “The Holy Spirit is absolutely vital to our situation today … If He doesn’t move, we will not produce genuine fruit no matter how much effort or money we expend.”
    • 8. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is deity. – Referred to with interchangeable terms for God • ACTS 5:3-4  v3 – lied to the Spirit; v4 – lied to God • 1 CORINTHIANS 3:16-17  you are God’s temple; 6:19-20  your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit
    • 9. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is deity. – Possesses attributes or characteristics of God • OMNISCIENCE  Isa 40:13; 1 Cor 2:10-11; Jn 16:13 • OMNIPOTENCE Lk 1:35; Rom 15:19; Jn 3:5-8 • OMNIPRESENCE  Ps 139:7 • ETERNALITY  Heb 9:14; 1:10-12 • Also HOLINESS, LOVE, TRUTH, LIFE
    • 10. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is deity. – Acts supernaturally to do the works of God • CREATION  Gen 1:2; Job 26:13, 33:4; Ps 104:30 • INSPIRATION  2 Tim 3:16; 2 Pet 1:21 • INCARNATION  Lk 1:35 • REGENERATION  Titus 3:5; Rom 8:11
    • 11. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is deity. – Included in triune descriptions and titles of God • GREAT COMMISSION  Mt 28:19-20 • SPIRITUAL GIFTS  1 Cor 12:4-6 • SALUTATIONS  1 Pet 1:2 • BENEDICTIONS  2 Cor 13:14
    • 12. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is personal. – He is referred to with masculine pronouns • Jn 16:13-14; Eph 1:14 – when we would expect neuter pronouns (ie “it” not “he”)
    • 13. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is personal. – He is a co-worker with other persons and members of the Trinity • COMFORT -- (Jn 14:26; 15:26; 16:7) & (1 Jn 2:1) • GLORIFYING – (Jn 16:14) & (Jn 17:4) • SANCTIFYING BELIEVERS – (Jude 20, 21; 1 Pet 1:2) • OTHERS – (Rom 15:16; 1 Cor 12:4-6; Eph 3:14-17; 2 Thes 2:13-14)
    • 14. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is personal. – He has personal characteristics: intelligence, will and emotions • INTELLIGENCE  Jn 14:26; 1 Cor 2:10-11 • WILL  1 Cor 12:11; Acts 16:6 • EMOTIONS  Eph 4:30
    • 15. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is personal. – He can be affected personally • LYING TO  Acts 5:3-4 • GRIEVING  Eph 4:30 • QUENCHING  1 Thes 5:19 • RESISTING  Acts 7:51 • BLASPHEMING  Mt 12:31 // Mrk 3:29 • OBEYING  Acts 10
    • 16. The Spirit’s Nature • The Spirit is personal. – He engages in moral activity and ministry • TEACHING, REGENERATING, SEARCHING • SPEAKING, INTERCEDING, COMMANDING • TESTIFYING, GUIDING, ILLUMINATING • OTHERS…
    • 17. Conclusions • I can understand the revealed truth about the Spirit and discount erroneous views Biblically.
    • 18. • Arianism • Modalism • Partialism
    • 19. “…how ludicrous it would be for anyone to say they were going to explain the Holy Spirit. …the Spirit I infinite and cannot be known fully by humans.”
    • 20. Conclusions • I can understand the revealed truth about the Spirit and discount erroneous views Biblically. • I can have an interactive relationship with the Spirit.
    • 21. “Perhaps it’s not theology we’re missing, but rather theological integrity. Many have the knowledge but lack the courage to admit the discrepancy between what we know and how we live.”
    • 22. Conclusions • I can understand the revealed truth about the Spirit and discount erroneous views Biblically. • I can have an interactive relationship with the Spirit. • I can worship the Spirit by inviting, appreciating, and celebrating His activity in my life.
    • 23. “We are not all we were made to be when everything in our lives and churches can be explained apart from the work and presence of the Spirit of God.”

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