Sukkot and the Water from Jerusalem, Audio CD
The common interpretation of John 7:37 has led some to assume that prior to the giving of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2 the Jewish people did not have the Holy Spirit. How can this be true? The prophets prophesied and performed miracles under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, and the Spirit of God rushed over the Kings of Israel upon their anointing. If the Holy Spirit was active within the Jewish people prior to Yeshua’s promise, is it possible that non-messianic Jews today might have a portion of God’s Holy Spirit? If they do, what makes Acts chapter 2 exceptional? D. Thomas Lancaster expounds upon two eschatological promises from the Tanakh and explores the significance of the pouring out of the Spirit on believers in Yeshua.
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