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Paul Washer: What I Believe About the Holy Spirit

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Date March 12, 2020

At the Foundations Conference, in New York City, Paul Washer recommended Iain Murray’s book ‘Pentecost Today’ to the attendees, saying that this book ‘sums up’ what he believes about the power and work of the Holy Spirit.

Some today find no justification for a theology of revival in the Bible and see the whole revival emphasis as a distraction from the duty of seizing present opportunities: for them the subject has been worn out by its advocates and discredited by unfulfilled hopes. Yet others remain convinced that revival is the only answer and that a renewed fulfillment of 2 Chronicles 7:14 ought to be our great expectation. Against the background of these different views — and accepting neither of them — Iain Murray argues for fresh thinking from Scripture.

 

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