Sermons on Holy Spirit

Sermons on Holy Spirit

Birth of Jesus’ Church

Today is Pentecost Sunday, the day in which we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the Church. Let us remember today that it is Jesus’ church and not “my church.” This is the universal church established by Jesus. Key Text: Acts 2:38-47 NLT

Baptized In the Spirit

At Pentecost, we celebrate God’s gift of the Holy Spirit, which became available to Jesus followers. Christians believe that a personal (not private) relationship with God is possible because God comes to dwell WITHIN the heart, soul and life of every believer as the Holy Spirit. You are invited to receive the Holy Spirit and life into the new life made available because of the Holy Spirit.

United In The Spirit

Unity as followers of Jesus is more than just agreeing with others. Unity involves cooperating with the Spirit, being together with others, and being Jesus to the world. What would real unity look like when we are able to all come together?

Follow The Spirit’s Lead

Join in Contemporary Worship at Ringgold United Methodist Church. The goal of discipleship is to become like Christ. To be shaped into the likeness of Jesus means that we follow the lead of the Holy Spirit, stay plugged into the Spirit, and allow the fruits of the Spirit to take hold inside of us. We invite you to get connected into the life of the Spirit and journey with Jesus as Pastor Chris leads us through this study.

Receive the Spirit

Join in this as we begin a new series, “Breath of God.” In the Bible, God’s Holy Spirit is referred to as the “breath” or “wind.” What might it mean for God to breathe the Holy Spirit on us today? What effect would it bring to our lives to receive the breath of God. Join in and let’s find out together.

Look for the Helper(s)

What if we look for the presence of not only the helpers in the world, but we look for The Helper, also known as the Holy Spirit. You are invited to journey with us as we look for the helpers together.