Albert D. Mosley - "Spiritually Speaking" (May 27, 2001)
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- Albert D. Mosley - "Spiritually Speaking" (May 27, 2001)
The Holy Spirit is regretfully ignored by most Christians and most churches, despite Jesus' promise that he would send the Spirit as a guide into all truth. The Holy Spirit is available to us without limit or measure, but perhaps we are afraid of the Spirit's power to convict and to change our lives. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Sermon start time: (Part 1) 00:09. Sermon end time: (Part 1) 14:14.
Key quotation: “The church of all places is where the Holy Spirit ought to be the subject of all we do.”
- May 27, 2001
- Mosley, Albert D.
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