by Adrian Rogers

The Work of the Holy Spirit
Adrian Rogers
John 14, 15, 16

I want you to take your bibles and open please to John chapter fourteen and keep your bibles open there in your laps because we're going to be in John chapter fourteen, fifteen and sixteen tonight as our sermon subject is the work of the Holy Spirit. I know that's a very prosaic, prosaic title but it is a very important subject. The work of the Holy Spirit.

You will never be successful as a Christian, you will never be overcomer, you will never be victorious, you will never be a soul winner you will never be a prayer warrior, you will never give glory to Jesus Christ in any realm, in any way if you're ignorant of the ministry of the Holy Spirit of God. What I have to say to you tonight is not incidental, it is not optional, it is fundamental, it is mandatory if you would live the Christian life and know the joy and the thrill and the victory that God has for you.

In these chapters, John fourteen, fifteen and sixteen we have delineated for us the work of the Holy Spirit of God. These chapters, along with chapter seventeen are what we call the upper room discourse, the upper room discourse, it's this very intimate time that the Lord Jesus had with his disciples just before he went back home to heaven and I want to tell you four things tonight that the Holy Spirit of God wants to do for you, through you, in you, with you and I want you to pay close attention to these four things because if you get them down in your heart, down in your life, they will literally transform your life. Number one, the holy spirit was given that he might restore the presence of Jesus in us, Look if you will in John fourteen and I begin reading in verse sixteen, Jesus said and I will pray the father and he shall give you another comforter that he may abide with you forever even the Spirit of truth whom the world cannot receive because it seeth him not neither knoweth him but ye know him for he dwelleth with you and shall ...

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