The God I Never Knew
Who is the Holy Spirit, and exactly what does He do? Many people find the Holy Spirit mysterious, confounding&-even controversial. Why is the third person in the Godhead&-the one Jesus said would be the believer&'s ultimate source of truth...
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Who is the Holy Spirit, and exactly what does He do?
Many people find the Holy Spirit mysterious, confounding&-even controversial. Why is the third person in the Godhead&-the one Jesus said would be the believer&'s ultimate source of truth and comfort&-the source of such confusion?
In The God I Never Knew, Robert Morris clearly explains that the Holy Spirit&'s chief desire is for relationship--to offer us the encouragement and guidance of a trusted friend. This insightful and biblically-based book moves beyond theological jargon, religious tradition, and cultural misconceptions to clarify what the Holy Spirit promises to do in your life: &
·&Dwell within you
·&Be your helper
·&Guide you into all truth
·&Pray for you
·&Show you things to come
·&Never leave you
It&'s time to experience the Holy Spirit in a fresh, new way&-to meet the God you may have never known.&
Includes a small group study guide!
ROBERT MORRIS is the senior pastor of Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. He is a gifted communicator with over 20 years of experience imparting biblical principles on prosperity and personal growth. His passionate, practical and often humorous presentation touches believers and impacts even the unchurched. Pastor Robert resides in Texas with his wife and three children.ý
The God I Never Knew, Chapter 1
The knock at the door startled Irene Adkins. The seventy-nine-year-old great-grandmother wasn&'t expecting any visitors. A cautious peek through the peephole revealed a well-dressed silver-haired gentleman with a kind face that struck her as vaguely familiar. It was something about the eyes and nose. As she opened the door, her certainty grew&-the stranger definitely reminded her of someone. But who?
It would take her a while to realize that the man&'s face indeed bore an uncanny resemblance to one she knew better than any other&-her own. Irene&'s seventy-three-year-old brother, Terry, had come for a surprise visit. It was quite surprising because Irene never knew she had a brother. Back in 1932, in the depths of the Great Depression, a desperate and confused young English couple unhitched their tattered camper trailer on the side of the road and drove away. Police later found three small, hungry children inside. Irene, at ten months of age, was the youngest. The three we