A Study in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Is the Church Deceived or is it Not Fulfilling its God Given Work? by Steve RegnaultA Study in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Is the Church Deceived or is it Not Fulfilling its God Given Work? by Steve Regnault

A Study in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Is the Church Deceived or is it Not Fulfilling its God…

bySteve Regnault

Paperback | June 20, 2018

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Are the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit still available to individuals in the church today? This question, often the centre of controversy and debate, carries enormous weight for Christians. If the gifts of the Holy Spirit have ceased, then many believers around the world are being deceived. On the other hand, if the gifts are still available, numerous Christians may be missing out on all God wants to accomplish in and through their lives, simply because they don’t believe in the gifts available to them.

Sadly, many false teachings have been promoted on both sides of this question. It’s essential for Christians to study what the Word of God has to say about the gifts of the Holy Spirit and think carefully about the role of those gifts in their own lives. Steve Regnault provides a thorough, straightforward survey of relevant biblical passages that will enlighten readers and reveal the scriptural basis for the proper use of the spiritual gifts. A Study in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit will be a valuable addition to the libraries of clergy and laity alike. For personal use or group Bible study, this is a book that will strengthen and inspire readers in their spiritual walk with God.

Steve Regnault was born in Canada, grew up in France, went to high school in Germany, and has spent close to half his life in Nepal teaching church leaders. Steve has learned to value the importance of different perspectives and ways of thinking. He is also the author of The Study of Eschatology.
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Title:A Study in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit: Is the Church Deceived or is it Not Fulfilling its God…Format:PaperbackDimensions:146 pagesPublished:June 20, 2018Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1486616046

ISBN - 13:9781486616046

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Are the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit still available to individuals in the church today? This question, often the centre of controversy and debate, carries enormous weight for Christians. If the gifts of the Holy Spirit have ceased, then many believers around the world are being deceived. On the other hand, if the gifts are still available, numerous Christians may be missing out on all God wants to accomplish in and through their lives, simply because they don’t believe in the gifts available to them.Sadly, many false teachings have been promoted on both sides of this question. It’s essential for Christians to study what the Word of God has to say about the gifts of the Holy Spirit and think carefully about the role of those gifts in their own lives. Steve Regnault provides a thorough, straightforward survey of relevant biblical passages that will enlighten readers and reveal the scriptural basis for the proper use of the spiritual gifts. A Study in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit will be a valuable addition to the libraries of clergy and laity alike. For personal use or group Bible study, this is a book that will strengthen and inspire readers in their spiritual walk with God.

Table of Contents

Contents
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii
INTRODUCTION ix
CHAPTER 1:
The Study of Corinthians 12-14 1
CHAPTER 2:
First Argument of Cessationism:
The Primary Purpose of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Was to Confirm the Credentials of a Divinely
Appointed Messenger of God 31
CHAPTER 3:
Second Argument of Cessationism:
The Foundational Nature of the Role of the
Apostles in the New Testament 47
CHAPTER 4:
Third Argument of Cessationism:
The New Testament Does Not Teach That These
Gifts Would Continue 69
CHAPTER 5:
Fourth Argument of Cessationism:
These Gifts Are No Longer Necessary Because of
the Sufficiency of Scripture 79
CHAPTER 6:
Some Information About Gifts 87
CONCLUSION 117
BIBLIOGRAPHY 119