Jesus, Continued… by J.D. Greear explores the role of the Holy Spirit in a fresh way. In today’s theologically-confused world, doctrine of the Holy Spirit is often misunderstood or poorly applied. The book is divided into three main parts: the Person of the Spirit, the experience of the Holy Spirit, and the application of the Holy Spirit.I struggle with things of the Spirit, sometimes. As a reformed Southern Baptist, I find myself constantly questioning whether other peoples’ experiences are spiritual or Spiritual. There’s a difference, and I think that Greear does a wonderful job of staying Scripturally-based. This pastoral nature of the book makes it a great read for anybody who needs a refresher about what it means to live as a Christian without Christ physically present on the earth. I would recommend this book to others, and I appreciate what J.D. Greear has done by writing the book. I hope that this book will be an encouragement to others and a challenge for those whose attitudes reflect the thought that the Spirit largely doesn’t move, work, or empower us as the church today.
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