Forgotten God

Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit

By Francis Chan

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Brian Lievens Forgotten God

"The light of the American church is flickering and nearly extinguished, having largely sold out to the kingdoms and values of this world. While most people see that there is a problem, few do anything about it, and most of those who do, run toward the wrong solutions. Instead of speaking meaningfully and insightfully into the culture, we have capitulated and in many cases look no different from the world." p. 17

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Brian Sun Forgotten God

You'll leave this book loving God the Holy Spirit more.

The stories disbursed throughout the book reveal the truth that we can do nothing in our own strength.

And Chan lays some foundations of who the Holy Spirit is as revealed in God's Word.

Good stuff.

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jason w Forgotten God

Too often we disdain our bodies as the source of sin and our fallenness; yet they are precisely where God the Spirit chooses to dwell.

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jason w Forgotten God

Know that even as you seek to understand the Spirit more, He is so much more bigger than you will ever be able to grasp. This is not an excuse to stop seeking to know Him, but don't limit Him to what you can learn about Him. The point is not to completely understand God, but to worship Him. Let the very fact that you cannot know Him fully lead you to praise Him for His infiniteness and grandeur.

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