Web Results


Protestant Christians believe that in order to enter Heaven, they must be born again as the spiritually perfect beings God intended, through the receipt of the Holy Spirit. The tenets of the modern Christian church are based on the teachings of Jesus Christ in the New Testament of the Bible.


Some Bible scriptures that discuss the Holy Spirit are John 14:26 and John 14:15-17. Additional Bible verses about the Holy Spirit are Acts 4:31, which describes the arrival of the Holy Spirit, and Psalm 51:11, where the writer pleads for God to leave the Holy Spirit with him.


According to 1 and 2 Corinthians, the gifts of the Holy Spirit are discernment, healing, interpretation of tongues, knowledge and miracles. The other gifts are wisdom, faith, gift of speaking in tongues and prophecy. The Holy Spirit is one-third of the Trinity and is interpreted by Christians to be


Ghost boxes, spirit boards, tea leaf readings and digital handheld recorders are popular methods mediums use for spirit communication. Whether or not these methods work remains open to interpretation.


Impartation occurs not just because of touch, but because a person places his or her hands on you by the direction of the Holy Spirit with a goal in mind. Intentionally, the impartation occurs.To say that impartation occurs every time touch occurs would be similar to saying that if an Old Testament prophet had a leaky oil flask, then everything ...


Here in this passage we see Paul imparting by the laying on of hands the baptism of the Holy Spirit for the people spoke in tongues, also one of one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit was given, prophecy 1 Cor. 12:10. Fifth: Here is the scripture for the fifth:


Jesus said that the Holy Spirit would flow through the one who thirsts. We should actively and relentlessly pursue being continually filled with the power of God’s Spirit. I want to cover two ways of receiving a fresh baptism of power, or impartation: the laying on of hands, and waiting on the Lord in prayer. Laying on of Hands


To receive an impartation of the Holy Spirit or to receive the “blessing” flowing in those meetings. Let’s begin with a logical question. If a Christian has been born again, then, they have all of the Holy Spirit there is to “have” at the moment of conversion. There is no subsequent infilling with the Spirit after conversion.


THE SECOND BLESSING. Dr. W. A. Criswell. Acts 8:4-8, 14-17. 2-27-66 10:30 a.m. All of you who are looking at television on Channel 11, and you who are listening on the radio, are sharing with us the First Baptist Church service in Dallas, and this is the pastor bringing the message entitled The Impartation of the Holy Spirit.. It is an exposition of one of the most difficult passages in the ...


Impartation, then, is the act of giving something or granting something. Both material and immaterial things can be imparted. The Bible talks about things being imparted to believers: material goods (Ephesians 4:28; 1 Timothy 6:18), spiritual gifts (Romans 1:11), wisdom (Proverbs 29:15), and the message of the gospel (1 Thessalonians 2:8).