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Through His Spirit


Thomas Nelson 2003

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Who is the Holy Spirit to you? A mysterious being, shrouded in enigma and controversy? Is He a cold doctrine, perhaps referred to in Scripture but irrelevant to you today? Or is He a living, vibrant person who comforts, teaches, and guides you throughtout life?

To many, the idea of the Holy Spirit is confusing at best. But in this collection of timeless sermons, Dr. J. Vernon McGee explores the mysteries of the third member of the Trinity, breathing new life into ageless doctrines. This treasury features some of Dr. McGee's finest works and helps you to discover:

  • The role of the Holy Spirit in creation and throughout the ages
  • Jesus' reliance on the Holy Spirit in His life and ministry
  • The relevance and purpose of the Holy Spirit in your own life
  • What it means to walk in the Spirit

Through his warmth of expression and unmistakable teaching style, Dr. McGee transforms a difficult and confusing subject into a thought-provoking, wondrous, and fascinating study, bringing to life the person who is the Holy Spirit. Through His Spirit is a resource no believing Christian should be without.

Product Details

  • Title: Through His Spirit
  • Author: J. Vernon McGee
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 256

About J. Vernon McGee

J. Vernon McGee was born in Hillsboro, Texas, in 1904. As a student pastor, Dr. McGee's first church was located on a red clay hill in Midway, Georgia. After completing his education (earning his A.B. from Southwestern University in Memphis, Tennessee; his B.D. from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia; his Th.M. and Th.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas), and after pastoring Presbyterian churches in Decatur, GA, Nashville, TN, and Cleburne, TX, he and his wife came west, settling in Pasadena, where he accepted a call to the Lincoln Avenue Presbyterian Church. He recalls this period as the happiest in his life, with a young family and a young congregation whom he loved.

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