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There are numerous books on the Holy Spirit, but they are based on only a few Bible verses. This study was not done to prove the author's or anyone else's pet assessment of the Holy Spirit. The study was made with the desire to forget all pre-conceived notions and opinions, and discover only God's opinion.
The Bible has 592 verses on the Holy Spirit and God's Spirit. This is the only book of its kind to cover all verses. All other books take a few ideas about the Holy Spirit and elaborate on them.
To make sense out of all 592 verses, they were categorized according to what you see in the table of contents in this book (below) the types of people affected by the Holy Spirit.
Within each category, are sub-categories, usually based on how the Holy Spirit connected with each person, and how each person reacted.
The same subcategory terms will sometimes appear in each category of the people the Holy Spirit affected. At first those little words may seem to have no special significance. But as you progressed through them, you will see that even little words like "within" and "upon," and "full" sometimes had big significance. All those word studies prepare you for the even more dynamic later chapters in the book.
Read through these chapters, not to prove what you already believe, but with an open mind and heart that perhaps you don't believe in enough things the Holy Spirit does, or you believe in more things than the scriptures actually teach.
Let us be careful that we do not go beyond what is written (I Corinthians 4:6). Now, let us gear up for all things God's Holy Spirit does, and get ready to be amazed.
Katheryn Maddox Haddad grew up in the cold north and now lives in Arizona where she does not have to shovel sunshine. She basks in 100-degree weather with palm trees, cacti, and a computer with most of the lettering worn off. She has a bachelor's degree in English, Bible, and history, from Harding University, a Master's Degree in management and human relations from Abilene Christian University, and part of a Master's Degree in Bible from Harding University, including Greek studies. She spends half her day writing, and the other half teaching English over the internet worldwide using the Bible as textbook through World English Institute. She has taught over 6000 Muslims, mostly in the Middle East. Students she has converted to Christianity are in hiding in Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Jordan, Somalia, Uzbekistan, and Palestine. "They are my heroes," she says. In addition to her over sixty books, she has written numerous articles for Gospel Advocate, Twentieth Century Christian, Firm Foundation, Christian Bible Teacher, Christian Woman, and several world mission publications. Her weekly column, Little-Known Facts About the Bible, appeared several years in newspapers in North Carolina and Texas