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The holy Spirit Essay

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The Holy Spirit….. So how do we explain the Holy Spirit? As cadets we have been sitting in class learning about what the Holy Spirit is and during this I discovered that I am very very lucky.
Let me explain….Being a ‘grown up’ I can look back on things and see what was happening to me way back when……Now at school I was ok at maths, UNTIL we got to algebra! I just could not get it. It wasn’t clear; I couldn’t picture any reason around it or any purpose for it. So after a while I stopped doing maths and took another topic. That’s a bit of a shame in hindsight, because now I find myself with a 17 year old doing year 11 maths!
So given that I couldn’t get algebra I consider myself extremely blessed to have accepted – almost without thought –…show more content…

The Holy Spirit….. So how do we explain the Holy Spirit? As cadets we have been sitting in class learning about what the Holy Spirit is and during this I discovered that I am very very lucky.
Let me explain….Being a ‘grown up’ I can look back on things and see what was happening to me way back when……Now at school I was ok at maths, UNTIL we got to algebra! I just could not get it. It wasn’t clear; I couldn’t picture any reason around it or any purpose for it. So after a while I stopped doing maths and took another topic. That’s a bit of a shame in hindsight, because now I find myself with a 17 year old doing year 11 maths!
So given that I couldn’t get algebra I consider myself extremely blessed to have accepted – almost without thought – the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit is the essence of God, the cleansing of God. How wonderful is that, the essence of God.
I looked up Holy Spirit on Google (as you do) and from what I found I have made a list of what the Holy Spirit is and does
The Holy Spirit…. Works in us and for us, guides us, testifies and glorifies of Christ, leads us, fills us, teaches us, washes and renews, brings unity, sets us free, gives joy, moves us, comforts us and enables us to change.
Now the Holy Spirit does a whole lot more, but the strong point is that the Holy Spirit joins together our God for us. Without the Spirit we would not be able to make the changes in our lives that God wants us to make, that we need to make.
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A. Fisher, Critical Thinking: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press 2001) ISBN 0521009847

R. van den Brink-Budgen, Critical Thinking for Students (How to Books 2000) ISBN 1857036344

N. Warburton, Thinking From A to Z (Routledge 2000) ISBN 0415222818

P. Gardner, New Directions: Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking(Cambridge University Press 2006) ISBN 0521541727 (mainly for those who have English as a second language)

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