Tim Fulkerson | 2.2.20
The Bible has a lot to say about the Holy Spirit. In order to understand who the Holy Spirit is, we must first begin understanding that the Holy Spirit is part of the Godhead. Today we look at five specific evidences of this reality. As Christians we are called know the Third Person of the Trinity and to walk in intimate fellowship with Him.
The Person of the Holy Spirit
Tim Fulkerson | 2.9.20
The Holy Spirit is not an “it.” He is a Person with a distinct personality. This sermon will look at ten evidences from Scripture that reveals the personhood of the Holy Spirit. As Christians, the better we understand who the Holy Spirit is as a Person, the more we will be able to understand, experience, and appropriate His work.
The Names of the Holy Spirit
Tim Fulkerson | 2.16.20
Today we survey the Scriptures to know and understand seven specific names of the Holy Spirit as well as various symbols of the Holy Spirit. Each of these names and symbols reveals to us who the Spirit of God is and how He works among us. We will see how He uniquely works among His people.
The Role of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
Tim Fulkerson | 2.23.20
Today we look at how the Holy Spirit worked in the Old Testament. Because the Holy Spirit is God, He does not change. However, there are several unique things to note about the Holy Spirit’s work in the people of God prior to His coming at Pentecost. The prophets told of what would happen when the Spirit of God would come to indwell His people.
The The Holy Spirit and the Ministry of Jesus
Tim Fulkerson | 3.1.20
As we examine the life and ministry of Jesus, we will see that the He was anointed and led by the Holy Spirit at every moment. Beginning with His conception, all the way through until His resurrection, Jesus lived by the power of the Holy Spirit. Every miracle He performed and every word He spoke was completely guided by the Holy Spirit.
The Role of the Holy Spirit in the New Testament & Today
Tim Fulkerson | 3.8.20
At Pentecost the Holy Spirit came upon the disciples and the Church was sent out into mission. As we survey the book of Acts, we will see how the Holy Spirit empowered the believers to walk in the grace of His power. They were anointed to do the works that Jesus had commanded them to do. The same is true of us today!
The Indwelling Spirit
Tim Fulkerson | 3.15.20
In the Old Testament the Holy Spirit came upon special people for special times. Because of Jesus Christ, the promised Holy Spirit is for all of God’s people. Every true believer in Christ therefore has the indwelling Holy Spirit. Today we will examine what this specifically means for us as Christians and how we can walk in the freedom He provides.
The Ministry of the Holy Spirit
Tim Fulkerson | 3.22.20
There is a diversified ministry that is associated and attributed to the Holy Spirit. The ministry of the Holy Spirit flows out of the very essence of who He is, and He will always be in alignment with the will of the Father. He will always seek to exalt the supremacy of Jesus Christ. He is “with us” to convict us, “in us” to indwell us, and “upon us” to use us for the glory of God.
The Spirit of Holiness
Tim Fulkerson | 3.29.20
Not only has the Holy Spirit come to empower us for ministry and service, but He has come to make us holy in our lifestyle and practice. As Christians we are sealed with the Spirit and are made holy before God. This is not only something forensic, but God intends to make us holy actually. This is NOT LEGAL FICTION! The Holy Spirit has come to sanctify us and make us like Jesus!