I Thessalonians 5:1-2But of
the times and the seasons, brethren, you have no need that I write unto you.
2For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so comes as a thief in the
The day of the
Lord speaks of relationship. When He is really the Lord over our lives, we have
come to the day of the Lord. Obviously, this refers to a relationship with the
Lord we are to come into yet. He is our Lord, but we are yet to learn how to
submit our total being unto His Lordship. There are aspects of our lives that
we are not even aware of. The Holy Spirit uncovers areas of our lives as we
grow spiritually. As He does, it is our responsibility to bring that area under
the Lordship of the Lord. Thus, we understand that the day of the Lord is not a
time period but a spiritual relationship with the Lord. It comes as a thief in
the night, because it is not a day in the natural realm. ...more
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On the day of Pentecost, the disciples were all filled with the Holy
Spirit and spoke with other tongues. The other tongues were Spirit
utterances, from the Greek word apophtheggomai. Many have
understood this to mean that God only enabled them to speak in the known
languages of the people who were there that day, but it was more than
that. The Holy Spirit that filled the disciples and gave them the ability to speak those languages also filled the words they were speaking. The words the disciples spoke carried the anointing of the Holy
Spirit they had received! This book will help give a greater
understanding of Spirit utterance.