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Praise God! Grieve not the Spirt, quench not the Spirit, vex not the Spirt and tempt not the Spirit! This sermon defines these terms in detail.
Also, it cautions us against confusing a man's moral persuasion with the work of the Spirit!! For instance, moral persuasion reaches the outward man; the Spirit's operation reaches the inward man; moral persuasion RESTRAINS the power of sin, the Spirit debilitates the sin, changes the habit.
This sermon is as relevant today as it was when it was first preached, back in Oct. 27, 1650.
Have a 'favorite' preacher? Do not ascribe praise to the minister, but to God only. Notice in Acts:
"When Peter saw this, he said to them: "Men of Israel, why does this surprise you? Why do you stare at us as if by our own power or godliness we had made this man walk? When Peter saw this, he said to them: "Men of Israel, why does this surprise you? Why do you stare at us as if by our own power or godliness we had made this man walk?" (Acts 3:12,16)
The Spirt without the Word will not ordinarily convert, and the Word without the Spirt will never convert a man. Therefore, the gospel is called the ministry of the Spirit (I Cor. 3:7).
Also contained therein are wonderful Bible passages of the ordinances God established in the New Testament.