Because it is so easy to misunderstand the Holy Spirit, many people have unbiblical views of Him that need to be addressed and rejected for the proper biblical view of who He is. This blog post will address 6 views that are not the Holy Spirit.
Because of the abuse of the teaching of the Holy Spirit, it is a must to have the correct biblical understanding of the Person of the Holy Spirit. By no means will this be an extensive explanation. This will simply biblically answer the question of who is the Holy Spirit in regards to the Godhead.
One morning, during my time in the Word with God, I found myself at Psalm 111. I don’t recall what led me there. But clearly the Spirit wanted to minister to me from this Psalm specifically. After a quick read through Psalm 111 something caught my attention.
In the Gospel of John, Jesus proclaims eight “I AM” statements about His identity. But there is one “I AM” statement which differs from the rest. In this “I AM” statement Jesus uses a character noun with the emphasis on the adjective. Jesus said, “I am the good shepherd” (Jn. 10:11).
Many read Colossians 1:15 and get hung up on the term "firstborn". What does that mean? How is "He" the firstborn?
"A God-centered worldview brings every issue, question, and cultural concern into submission to all that the Bible reveals, and frames all understanding within the ultimate purpose of bringing greater glory to God." -Albert Mohler