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The Bible is full stories of different people, and God has put these stories in the Bible in order to teach us from the lives of these people. This is the first of two sessions where Ronald is taking a look at Saul and David. Both of them had a call of God on their life and both of them were anointed for the call God had given them — yet one failed…
 
Within Christianity, there are many different views on the issue of divine healing. But unfortunately, these views are often based more on our experiences than on the Word of God. In this two-part teaching, Ronald Gabrielsen is showing from scripture that God is a God who wants to heal. He also addresses some of the attitudes towards healing that a…
 
Repentance is essential for the Christian faith, but repentance is not a one time event. It's a daily turning away from sin, and the lust of the flesh to rather following the Spirit. The epistle to the Hebrews also specify repentance as "repentance from dead works" and this is an important point. Just as the Jews had rituals they did "to please God…
 
What image comes to your mind when you are asked: "Who are you?". Many are not aware of it, but how we view ourselves will have a massive impact on our lives and spiritual growth. Israel people failed to enter the promised land — not because God did not want to give it to them, but because they had a "grasshopper-mentality." In the same way, there …
 
God created us to be fruitful, but He did not want our fruit to be a result of our effort. Fruits on a fruit tree is a result of the life inside of the tree. In the same way God placed His Spirit inside of us, because He wanted the fruits in our life to be a result of His life inside of us. In other words, we are not suppose to manufacture the spir…
 
In general, the church does not lack cleverly crafted Bible teaching or better programs, but spiritual power. And one of the purposes of tongues is to strengthen us spiritually. Prophecy builds up the church, so we need the gift of prophecy, but we need to be spiritually strengthened to have something to give to others. That is why we need to use t…
 
Some ask if getting the Holy Spirit, when we get saved, is the same as being baptized in the Holy Spirit. But the Bible is clear that this is two different experiences that both are important for our spiritual growth. We need to be born again by the Spirit, having been made a new creation we need to burry the old "man," and we need to receive power…
 
Many think Jesus did miracles because He was the son of God, but the Bible says Jesus stripped Himself of His Heavenly glory. In the Gospels, we see that it was the Holy Spirit that empowered Jesus, and that is why He could say that those who believed in Him would do the same work He did — because He knew the same Holy Spirit would empower them.…
 
Jesus said that when we receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit, we will receive power. The baptism in water is to burry our old life, and the baptism in the Spirit is to receive power to live the new life. The word baptism means to be immersed in something, so when John and Jesus were talking about baptism in the Holy Spirit, they talked about a ra…
 
Teaching about the Holy Spirit, the focus is often on the gifts — or the outer manifestations. But there is also an inner work of the Spirit that provides a solid foundation for the external works. When Ezekiel prophesied about the new covenant, it is clear that God wanted to become intimate with Man again and that this new fellowship would change …
 
The first disciple had the best Bible school anyone could have, with Jesus Himself as the teacher. But still Jesus told them to wait fulfilling the great commission, until they had been baptised with the Holy Spirit. When this happened there was a radical change in their life. Suddenly everything Jesus had been teaching them came alive.…
 
It started with an outpouring of the Holy Spirit that turned a scared group of disciples into bold witnesses for Jesus, willing to die for their faith. This turning-point in Acts chapter 2, empowered them to impact their surroundings everywhere they went . When we no longer have an impact on our surroundings, it is a clear sign that we need a new e…
 
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