July 25, 2020

The Holy Spirit

From The Sound Mind by Floyd Smith (author's profile)

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The Holy Spirit

In this work, I want to offer you a bonus liberated fact about the Holy Spirit,

In the book of Acts, in chapter 8, Phillip, the evangelist, yes, one of the original seven deacons is being written about by the writer of the Book of Acts, Luke, and both Luke and Phillip knew Jesus personally, watch this;

Phillip is directed by the Holy Spirit to catch up to a chariot that was carrying a Eunuch of the Ethiopian court, and Phillip hears the eunuch reading from the book of Isaiah and Phillip witnesses to the eunuch about the fulfilment of the prophecy, described in Isaiah 53. The Eunuch is baptised after, and its' the first recorded case of the conversion of someone who had been marginalised for gender reasons.

Obviously, the Holy Spirit had no problem with a man being a eunuch in fact the Holy Spirit told Phillip to catch up to the chariot because the Holy Spirit knew what Phillip didn't know the Eunuch was reading, out loud, Isaiah chapter 53, having more to do with the prophecy of Jesus' crucifixion, the same Jesus that left the Holy Spirit as a comforter for his disciples.

The Bible never says that the Eunuch stopped being a eunuch, it does, however, say that the eunuch was baptised, just like Jesus and John was baptised, yes John, the disciple that Jesus loved.

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The Holy Spirit

In this work, I want to offer you a bonus liberated fact about the Holy Spirit,

In the book of Acts, in chapter 8, Phillip, the evangelist, yes, one of the original seven deacons is being written about by the writer of the Book of Acts, Luke, and both Luke and Phillip knew Jesus personally, watch this;

Phillip is directed by the Holy Spirit to catch up to a chariot that was carrying a Eunuch of the Ethiopian court, and Phillip hears the eunuch reading from the book of Isaiah and Phillip witnesses to the eunuch about the fulfilment of the prophecy, described in Isaiah 53. The Eunuch is baptised after, and its' the first recorded case of the conversion of someone who had been marginalised for gender reasons.

Obviously, the Holy Spirit had no problem with a man being a eunuch in fact the Holy Spirit told Phillip to catch up to the chariot because the Holy Spirit knew what Phillip didn't know the Eunuch was reading, out loud, Isaiah chapter 53, having more to do with the prophecy of Jesus' crucifixion, the same Jesus that left the Holy Spirit as a comforter for his disciples.

The Bible never says that the Eunuch stopped being a eunuch, it does, however, say that the eunuch was baptised, just like Jesus and John was baptised, yes John, the disciple that Jesus loved.

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