The only way to erase ignorance is to get knowledge. The Spirit Personnel is not just a category, but a name for those that are divinely enabled. Those that have strength beyond capacity.
The Spirit is the Holy Spirit. And the Holy Spirit is the Lord. 2 Corinthians 3:17. “The Lord is that Spirit…”
Jesus has called us to be an extension of His ministry on earth. This can only be achieved through the Spirit. Isaiah 61.
Apostle Joshua Selman said. “The anointing does not make the difference. The anointing is the difference.”
The Spirit enables. He teaches. The Spirit comforts. He walks with. The Spirit equips. He enlightens. The Spirit does much more. He dwells in us.
What more can we say then? More than anything, we need the Holy Spirit. To better matters, He wants us to know Him. His goal is a relationship with us. He wants us to build up.
The Spirit Personnel is about posts that are divinely sanctioned. And written to meet spiritual needs. You would find them informational, instructional, and Spiritual.
Blessings await you. Cheers.
1 Corinthians KJV The first Epistle to the Corinthians was written close to the end of Apostle Paul’s ministry in Ephesus that lasted three years, during his third missionary journey. – 1 Corinthians KJV (Read Bible online) Purpose of the first Epistle to the Corinthians To identify and proffer solutions to the problems in the […]Read More
Romans KJV The epistle to the Romans was written from Corinth, as Paul prepared for his visit to Jerusalem. – Romans KJV (Read Bible online) Purpose of the Roman Epistle To serve as an introduction of Paul to the Romans. And also to give a sample of his message before he arrival in Rome. Author […]Read More
Colossians KJV The Epistle to the Colossians was written during Paul’s imprisonment in Rome. It has just four chapters. – Colossians KJV Purpose of the Epistle to the Colossians To address some errors in the church, and to show that believers possess everything they need in Christ Jesus. Author of Colossians Apostle Paul Date Written […]Read More
Philippians KJV The Epistle to the Philippians was written from Rome, during the imprisonment of Apostle Paul there. – This post is on Philippians KJV – Read Bible online. Purpose of the Book of Philippians This epistle was written to thank the Philippians for the gift they had sent to Apostle Paul. And also to […]Read More
THE SPIRIT-FILLED LIFE Colossians 3:1-3 – The Spirit-filled Life 3:1 If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God. 3:2 Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. 3:3 For ye are dead, and your life is hid […]Read More
CHARACTERISTICS OF LOVE The characteristics of love can be seen in the Book of 1 Corinthians 13. It reveals the qualities of love. Qualities of Love – Characteristics of Love Envieth not Love is not jealous (NASV); love does not envy (NIV, NKJV); love envies no one (NEB). Love does not allow us to become […]Read More
LOVE AS A FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT This post is on love as a fruit of the Spirit. We could say that all other fruits of the Spirits are products of love – directly or by implication. Galatians 5:22-23 5:22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, 5:23 […]Read More
LOVE AS THE NATURE OF GOD In the beginning when God created the heaven and the earth, He created man in His image and likeness, He put them in the garden of Eden where He had already provided everything man needed and He gave them power to rule and dominate over all living creatures both […]Read More
Galatians KJV This post is on the Book of Galatians, an Epistle of Apostle Paul. – Read Bible online – Galatians KJV Author of Galatians Apostle Paul Purpose of the Book of Galatians Some Judaizers taught wrongly that Gentiles must obey the Jewish laws in order to be saved. Galatians is particularly to refute them. […]Read More
TYPES OF LOVE Yes, there are more types of Love, than just one. This post on the types of love. The Greeks had four words to describe what we call love, Eros, (romantic love), Phileo, (enjoyment, fondness, friendship), Storge (family loyalty) and Agape (unconditional love with stick-ability). I like to think of them broadly as; […]Read More