God made a way for believers to live victorious lives through the empowering relationship or partnership of the Holy Spirit.
Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) May 28, 2012
Rev. Pat Holland in her new book "Pentecost Lost" says, "God made a way for believers to live victorious lives through the empowering relationship or partnership of the Holy Spirit."
She reflects on the attitude that many Christians take towards Pentecost, “There seems to be a menacing fence complete with a huge ‘Keep Out’ sign surrounding Pentecost and its accompanying infilling of Holy Spirit.” She reminds her readers that Jesus urged His disciples to receive Holy Spirit. Patricia asks the thought-provoking question, “Could the Person of Pentecost be the missing dynamo in the modern anemic church?”
Rev. Holland tells her readers: "You'll never hear a bride say sweetly to her new husband after the kiss that ends the solemn ceremony, 'Wasn’t that a great wedding? I hope to see you again sometime. Let’s get together for coffee, soon.” No, they move into the same house and live life together." She says, this new relationship changes them forever. That’s what God intended. He sent Holy Spirit to do more than be with you believers. He came to live in believers… to fill those who are hungry…to make them more like Jesus.
Pentecost Lost is written to help its readers know Holy Spirit and thereby live in the fullest that God has for them. Regardless of how long you’ve walked with God, this book will rekindle Christians spiritual passion. "It’s time to fall in love," says Rev. Holland.
Patricia Holland is a minister in the Peninsula Florida District of the Assemblies of God. She is an anointed speaker with a deep love for the Word of God and a passion to make it come alive to her audience. She is a gifted speaker with the ability to captivate audience while making scripture simple to understand.
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