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.
Numbers KJV INTRODUCTION: Numbers was written by Moses to the people of Israel, around 1450-1410 B.C., to tell the story of how Israel prepared to enter the Promise Land, how they sinned and were punished, and how they prepared to try again. – Numbers KJV The verses below are presented in the king James Version(KJV) of […]Read More
Leviticus KJV INTRODUCTION: Leviticus was written by Moses in 1445-1444 B.C., as a handbook for the priests and the levites outlining their duties in warship, and a guidebook of Holy living for the Hebrews. Where? At the foot of Mount Sinai. – Leviticus KJV Leviticus 1 KJV 1:1 And the LORD called unto Moses, and […]Read More
Exodus KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Exodus was written by Moses in the wilderness during Israel’s wanderings, somewhere in the Sinai peninsula. Exodus was written in approximately 1450-1410 B.C., about the same time as Genesis, to record the events of Israel’s deliverance from Egypt and growth as a nation. – Exodus KJV Exodus 1 KJV 1:1 […]Read More
Genesis KJV INTRODUCTION: The author of the Book of Genesis is Moses. Why? To record God’s creation of the world and his desire to have a people set aside to be an extension of His life. Genesis was written to the people of Israel, around 1450-1410 B.C. – Genesis KJV Genesis 1 KJV Gen 1:1 In […]Read More
Ruth KJV INTRODUCTION: The author of the Book of Ruth is unknown. Some think it was Samuel, but internal evidence suggests that it was written after Samuel’s death. ‘Ruth’ was written to show how three people remained strong in character and true to God even when the society around them was collapsing. When? Ruth was […]Read More
Ezra KJV INTRODUCTION: The author of the book of Esther is not stated, but probably Ezra. ‘Ezra’ was written to show God’s faithfulness and the way He kept His promise to restore His people to their land, around 450 B.C. – Ezra KJV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Return to Index […]Read More
Nehemiah KJV INTRODUCTION: Much of the Book of Nehemiah is written in the first person narrative technique, suggesting Nehemiah as the author. He probably wrote the book with Ezra serving as editor. ‘Nehemiah’ is a record of the third return to Jerusalem after captivity, telling how the walls were rebuilt and the people were renewed […]Read More
Esther KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Esther was written by an unknown author, probably Mordecai (see 9:29). Some people have suggested Ezra or Nehemiah because of the similarity in the writing style. ‘Esther’ was written to demonstrate God’s sovereignty and his loving care for His people, approximately 470 B.C. – Esther KJV 1 2 3 4 […]Read More
Ecclesiastes KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Ecclesiastes was written by Solomon (King David’s son), to spare future generations the bitterness of learning through their own experience that life, outside of God, is meaningless. Ecclesiastes was written for Solomon’s subjects particularly, and all people in general, probably around 935 B.C. (late in Solomon’s life). – Ecclesiastes KJV […]Read More
Song of Solomon KJV INTRODUCTION: The Song of Solomon was written by Solomon, probably early in his reign, to tell of the love between a bridegroom (king Solomon) and his bride, to affirm the sanctity of marriage, and to illustrate God’s love for His people. – Song of Solomon KJV The Bible verses in this post […]Read More