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Is the Holy Spirit supposed to lead in all church gatherings?


There is sometimes a rare occasion where the pastor decides not do the sermon because he "feels the Holy Spirit is moving". Doesn't it beg the question, Isn't the Holy Spirit supposed to lead all of the church gatherings?

 

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    PlanksandNails 4 years ago

    A closer inspection of the book of Acts reveals sporadic unprepared preaching in a non rhetorical way. It was dialogical, meaning that it was not a one way discourse to a passive audience. Acts 2:14-35, 7:1-53, 17:22-34.

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    PlanksandNails 4 years ago

    The New Testament letters reveal what happens when Holy Spirit is moving in the hearts and minds of believers.The Word of God came from a participatory gathering in a manner that was not a premeditated agenda (the intro,3-5 points,and conclusion).


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    PlanksandNails 4 years ago

    What you are referring to is the Gnostic "Christianity" that is popular today, which derived from the ancient mystery religions of Babylon.


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