By Jack Levison
Forty Days with the Holy Spirit will encourage you to come across God in clean and marvelous methods. you are going to increase more desirable religious muscular tissues as you breathe, learn, mirror, and pray—all with an eye fixed to cultivating a courting with the least universal member of the Trinity. The e-book is interactive, providing the chance to put in writing and pray every day; clever, rooted in a rigorous research of Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation; and welcoming, with forty insightful, well-planned 20–30 minute day-by-day routines; and prayerful, with forty unique prayers that trap every one day's perception into the deep, religious paintings of the Holy Spirit. "Jack Levison's full of life new publication forty Days with the Holy Spirit is an interesting devotional that invitations the Christian neighborhood to be reacquainted with the individual and ministry of the Holy Spirit. I learn it as a Pentecostal pastor/theologian and it provoked me to think about anew how the Spirit is actively at paintings in my lifestyles and on this planet. although there are...
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Or maybe it writes off and on, so you spend more time jiggling the pen than reflecting on the passage for the day. If you don’t have a good pen, buy one. PATTERN Each and every day, you’ll build your faith-muscles and develop a more robust life. Here’s my best advice on how to make every day—all forty of them—count. Begin by paying careful attention to God’s Spirit-breath in you until your breathing is settled. Read each Scripture passage slowly, maybe two or three times. Meditate on this passage with the help of what I’ve written.
One hundred percent unmitigated miffed. He’s peeved at Job’s self-justification. ) He’s angry at the old geezers who stand around and blame Job. You remember them, right? They scratch their heads at Job’s predicament, rub their chins, shuffle their feet—and talk. They talk and talk and talk, blathering on, trying to figure this out: If Job is righteous, why is he suffering? Elihu has decided to wait before saying a word because they are older and supposedly wiser. But now he can’t hold it in a moment longer.
Elihu has listened and learned that age doesn’t necessarily make one wise. We know he’s right. We’ve seen old people who are downright ornery and selfish, and we vow never to become like them. So Elihu lays it right out there: But I see I was wrong—it’s God’s Spirit in a person, the breath of the Almighty One, that makes wise human insight possible. The experts have no corner on wisdom; getting old doesn’t guarantee good sense. (Job 32:8–9, THE MESSAGE) Elihu is right about two things. First, the Spirit is a life-giving presence in us.