The Holy Spirit Paperback
Understanding and Experiencing Him
by Selwyn Hughes, Ian Sewter;
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The Holy Spirit
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Become acquainted with the person and power of the Holy Spirit and enjoy a closer communion with Him.
Discover what it means to have the Holy Spirit as your guide, teacher, comforter and counsellor.
A Bible guide from the Cover to Cover series, created to provide a unique resource for group and individual study. Seven stimulating sessions in each book, supported by opening ice-breakers, Bible references, discussion starters and suggestions for personal application.
This insightful study will lead to an empowering discovery of how your Christian walk can be transformed by the Holy Spirit - not some impersonal force but a divine Person.
The Holy Spirit by Selwyn Hughes, Ian Sewter was published by CWR in February 2003 and is our 1336th best seller. The ISBN for The Holy Spirit is 9781853452543.
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Details for The Holy Spirit
|Page last updated||6th June 2016|
|Author / Artist||Selwyn Hughes, Ian Sewter|
|Publisher||CWR (February 2003)|
|Number of Pages||72|