Kalamazoo First Assembly of God
Empowered Week 6: “Equipped for Expectations"
Many Christ-followers could give a good description of God, the Father and give an understanding of Jesus, the Son, but what about the Holy Spirit? The Holy Spirit may be the most misunderstood Person of the Godhead (the Trinity). We get glimpses of Him throughout the Bible as wind, smoke, fire, a dove, etc. but misunderstand His necessity. Who is the Holy Spirit? How important is the Holy Spirit? Jesus himself said in Acts chapter 1, that, before the church could move forward, they needed to be EMPOWERED. They were not to be empowered with a “what” but a “who.” And that “who” is the Holy Spirit. Join us in March as we begin a six-week series in the book of Acts as we study the Holy Spirit’s empowerment of the Church and how He wants to empower our lives today.
Locations & Times
  • Kfirst
    5550 Oakland Dr, Portage, MI 49024, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
"Baptized" Derived from piece of cloth that was dipped in dye so that the cloth is:
•IMMERSED in the color.
•SOAKED in the color.
•CARRIES the transformation.

God always equips what He expects.

(We were never meant to do life on our own power.)
The Holy Spirit wasn’t sent to tantalize our emotions but scatter us into a suffering world with a message of hope.

I’m not sure we need another “Pentecost” as much as we need to encounter the Pentecost that already occurred.

“I want here boldly to assert that it is my happy belief that every Christian can have a copious outpouring of the Holy Spirit in a measure far beyond that received at conversion.“
A.W. Tozer
The Holy Spirit pours into you to use you, not to make you feel full.

“Let your heart commune with Jesus while your hands are busy with the world.”
C. Spurgeon


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