The Importance of the Illumination of the Holy Spirit to the Christian Life

Posted On June 12, 2019

On this new segment of the Servants of Grace Podcast, Dave Jenkins looks at what the illumination of Scripture means, why it matters, along with the Holy Spirit’s work of illumination in the life of the Christian.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • The Bible’s teaching on the illumination of the Bible.
  • The Holy Spirit and the illumination of Scripture.
  • The Holy Spirit’s illumination work in the life of the Christian.
  • Divine illumination and the internal testimony of the Holy Spirit.

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    Great stuff Dave keep up the good work, may it have a wide readership.

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      Thank you, Edd for your encouraging words.

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