The Apostles’ Creed is a framework for essential Christian beliefs; it is not a series of checklists that one must agree with in order to be a Christian. Rather, it is the place where we begin our conversations about who God is, His redemptive story in the universe, and what that means for the world, His church, and us, as disciples of Jesus. Join us on Sundays in our new teaching series We Believe where we look at the Apostle’s Creed and the unity we have together in Christ.
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We encourage you to spend some time with God this week and go a bit deeper on this topic. Please consider these study questions for further reflection:
The first question we have to ask is not what the Holy Spirit is, or what the Holy Spirit does, but WHO the Holy Spirit is? The Holy Spirit is God. His is our Advocate who lives with us and inside of us to lead us in all truth for all time. What does it mean to you to have God living in you and working through you?
The Holy Spirit has many roles in our lives. He guides us, convicts us, encourages us, empowers us, and he sets us free from sin. The Holy Spirit helps point us back to God in all things. Are you allowing the Holy Spirit to lead you? Are you open to where He leads?
We have direct access to God's amazing love and almighty power through the Holy Spirit. He promises peace, comfort, and freedom. But in John 14 Jesus also told us that if we abide in him he will bring glory to His Father when we seek anything from Him. Are you seeking God with the knowledge, and faith, that he will do great things? Do we limit what we believe God can do? How do we change that mindset?
Additional Scripture to study: John 14:11, 16-17, 20; John 16:8,13; Acts 1:8; Acts 9:31; Romans 5:5; Romans 8:2,9