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:
Talk given at the Upper Room prayer meeting on Pentecost Weekend, Friday, May 17, 2013, by Dr. Mary Healy, Christ the King parishioner and Associate Professor of Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. Dr. Healy speaks about the impartation of the Holy Spirit in Scripture and what it means for our lives. Key words: Holy Spirit, impartation, charisms, evangelism, Upper Room
“Receive the Holy Spirit. The Father gave it, Jesus possessed it and was prophesying the gift of the Holy Spirit coming to His disciples. C. Impartation is one person giving to another a gift or attribute which he has received and has “become” him. Faith and Permission from the Lord are required to impart to someone.
The Holy Spirit is the greatest gift to the Church next to the gift of salvation. He is the third person of the Trinity and God himself. I often say, “The presence of the Holy Spirit is not just the icing on the cake—it is the cake!” If you are born again, there is no doubt that you have the Holy Spirit within you (see Romans 8:9).
You are open in that moment to receiving an empowering (impartation) of the Holy Spirit. And always, the Holy Spirit wants to convey a message from the heart of the Father to you. Mary sat at Jesus feet, listening avidly and receiving wholeheartedly (Luke 10:39). In that moment, she was drinking of His words, His teaching, His Presence.
The Holy Spirit said, "Now separate to Me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them." Then, having fasted and prayed, and laid hands on them, they sent them away. It was an act to impart healing. ... IMPARTATION OF THE ANOINTING THROUGH ANOINTING OIL .
The Manifestations of Holy Spirit . You’ve heard me say this before, but this time I am as serious as I can be. LISTEN UP! This teaching is most important for those of you who have misunderstood and have been misunderstanding the field of the Holy Spirit. We are going to cover, in detail, the nine manifestations of Holy Spirit from the book of Corinthians.
As with most projects in which the Holy Spirit is in-vited to be the Supervisor, things change from our original thoughts and plans. This endeavor has been no excep-tion. Initially, my thoughts were to focus on the biblical means to receive impartation for life and ministry. Al-though that was accomplished, this book is not intended
Falling under the influence of the Spirit: This is often referred to as being “slain in the Spirit,” or resting in the Spirit, or being overcome in the Spirit.This is the most common manifestation. People feel lightness, often with a sense of joy. Some just lie down to receive more from God, such as emotional or physical healing, deliverance, or impartation of power for ministry.
The Purpose of Anointing • Ordination, Sanctification • Deuteronomy 34:9 • Acts 6:3-6; 13:1-4 • Impartation – Holy Spirit (Acts 8:14-20) – Spiritual Gifts (Acts 19:6) • Divine Knowledge • Prophesy • Healing, Protection • Exodus 12:1-13 • Mark 6:5, Luke 4:40 • Acts 28:8 5.