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Biblical Misconceptions – The Holy Spirit. Acts 2:1-4. A Marvelous Event – Points To Consider. 1. “Getting the Holy Spirit” doesn’t involve events on this passage. 2. The languages were understandable. 3. A sensible “sermon” was delivered – no babbling.

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Biblical misconceptions the holy spirit

Biblical Misconceptions – The Holy Spirit

Acts 2:1-4


A marvelous event points to consider

A Marvelous Event – Points To Consider

  • 1. “Getting the Holy Spirit” doesn’t involve events on this passage.

  • 2. The languages were understandable.

  • 3. A sensible “sermon” was delivered – no babbling.

  • 4. Speakers received H.S. – no one was admonished to “get the Holy Ghost.”

  • 5. No one told to “feel the Spirit come into your heart”. They were told v. 38.

  • 6. Spirit was a gift, not the source of more talk, i.e., how they felt when this happened.


Direct operation of the h s in conversion

Direct Operation of the H. S. in Conversion

  • Calvinist position. “Totally evil” people can’t respond to truth. God must “make” them.

  • Acts 16:14 – God “opened her heart.”

  • How? She “responded to the things spoken by Paul.” Read verse 15

  • Every event of conversion have “teaching” from a person, Cornelius, Saul, etc.

  • How are we all “called”? 2 Thess. 2:13-14


The spectacle

The “Spectacle”

  • Not the miracles “confirming the word” – Heb. 2:1-2; 2 Cor. 12:12; but the miracle becoming the focus.

  • Explain Rom. 8:16; Acts 2:38; 5:32.

  • Never a sign of a personal salvation.


The limit

The Limit

  • I Cor. 13 – time wise: faith, hope and love remain. Prophesy, tongues and knowledge (miraculous) to cease.

  • When – when that which is perfect comes

  • At Second Coming – no more faith (2 Cor. 5:7), no more hope (Rom. 8:24)

  • Limit also as to prestige – God gets the glory. I Cor. 14:26-32.


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