"Do not be anxious about anything" (Phil. 4:6).  What do you worry about?  Money?  Poor health?  Growing old?  Offending someone?  The future?  All of us worry, and all of us have times of anxiety, even fear.  But few human characteristics are more destructive to us personally.  Worry keeps us from living the full life Jesus promised.  It fills us with tension and stress, preventing us from enjoying our lives.  It can even make us sick.

The human race is filled with worried, anxious people.  How can this be when Jesus promised that a worry-free life can be ours?

Who is this mysterious Person, Power, Force, we call the Holy Spirit? For many Christians He remains a mystery. We don't understand the role He has played since the beginning of time and continues to play in the life of the Christian today. In this study we hope to help you see who this member of the Trinity is and what He does.

In the first lesson, we learned that the Holy Spirit has been active in the world since creation. We learned of his various attributes and the part He played in the life of the Israelites. This study continues with the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of Jesus and how He empowered Jesus for His ministry.

In the first two lessons we studied the work of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament and in the life of Jesus. In this lesson we will see how the Holy Spirit works in the life of the believer today, empowering, equipping, and engthening him.

If we were to spend the rest of our lifetime studying what the Bible has to say about the Holy Spirit, we would have only a glimpse of why He graciously came to live in us and be our partner, our help and our guide in this walk.


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