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Lesson 3: The Divinity of the Holy Spirit (Acts 4-5, Titus 3) — Last week we examined Bible texts revealing that the Holy Spirit takes the lead role in our relationship with God. Consider your insurance company. I think about God the Father as the CEO who is running the overall business. Jesus is in charge of reconciling the risks with the company's assets and investments. The Holy Spirit is our personal insurance agent, the one we deal with most. This is a crude comparison, and it understates the fact that the Trinity is One. But, my crude analogy places the Holy Spirit where I think He belongs, as the primary interface with us. You should have noticed that I've assumed in these lessons that the Holy Spirit is God. Let's plunge into the Bible and explore texts that place the Holy Spirit in the Trinity! More...

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