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The Great Doctrines of the Bible di William…
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The Great Doctrines of the Bible (edizione 1973)

di William Evans (Autore)

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A well-organized examination of ten major doctrines, including 80 subjects by topical listing. Designed to supplement personal Bible study.
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Titolo:The Great Doctrines of the Bible
Autori:William Evans (Autore)
Info:Moody Press (1973)
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LT The Great Doctrines of the Bible, William Evans, Moody Press, 1912, dates I read/studied book
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Holy Spirit 107-122 (double/triple-lined 8/1/21)
107 We are living in the Age of the Spirit. The Old Testament period may be called the Age of the Father; the period covered by the Gospels, the Age of the Son; from Pentecost until the second advent of Christ, the Age of the Spirit.
108 Torrey: “If the Holy Spirit is a Divine Person and we know it not, we are robbing a Divine Being of the love and adoration which are His due. . . . Many can testify to the blessing that came into their lives when they came to know the Holy Spirit not merely as a gracious influence . . . but as an ever-present, loving friend and helper.”
112 Heb 10:29—“And hath done despite unto the Spirit of grace.” As the executive of the Godhead, the Spirit confers grace. To resist the Spirit, therefore, is to shut off all hope of salvation.
113 That which had been the actuating principle of life, namely, the flesh, is now deposed, and its controlling place taken by the Spirit. The Spirit is thus the dynamic of the believer’s experience that leads him into a life of liberty and power.
“Wisdom and understanding” refer to intellectual and moral apprehension; “counsel and might,” the power to scheme, originate, and carry out; “knowledge and fear of the Lord,” acquaintance with the true will of God, and determination to carry it out at all costs. These graces are the result of the Spirit’s operations on the heart.
114 It would be proper, doubtless, to say that the Father created all things through the agency of the Word and the Spirit. In the Genesis account of creation (1:3) the Spirit is seen actively engaged in the work of creation.
115 Here are three great facts of which the Spirit bears witness to the world: the sin of unbelief in Christ; the fact that Christ was righteous and absolutely true in all that He claimed to be; the fact that the power of Satan has been broken. Of sin: the sin in which all other sins are embraced; of righteousness: the righteousness in which all other righteousness is manifested and fulfilled; of judgment: the judgment in which all other judgments are decided and grounded. Of sin, belonging to man; of righteousness, belonging to Christ; of judgment, belonging to Satan.
117 Whenever we are called upon for any special service, or for any new emergency, we should seek a fresh infilling of the Spirit, either for life or service, as the case may be.
There are two natures in the believer: the flesh and the Spirit (Gal 5:17). But while the believer is still in the flesh, he does not live after the flesh (Rom 8:12, 13). The Holy Spirit enables the believer to get constant and continual victory over sin. A single act of sin a believer may commit; to live in a state of sin is impossible for him, for the Spirit which is within him gives him victory, so that sin does not reign over him.
Look at this cluster of fruit. There are three groups: the first, in relation to God—love, joy, peace; the second, in relation to our fellowman—longsuffering, gentleness, goodness; the third, for our individual Christian life—faith, meekness, self-control.
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