In 14 personal essays that are neither simply devotional nor an attempt to provide a thorough study of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, Paul Pastor shows that “the Spirit’s glorious mystery is a journey, one that encompasses and sanctifies all that we encounter.”
With lyrical prose and meaningful artwork, Pastor explores the many facets of the Holy Spirit’s character and work in the world: the One who creates, inspires, speaks the truth, meets us where we are, sustains all of life, does new things, speaks through us, sanctifies, unifies, invites, and more.
Questions for reflection after each chapter make this absorbing book suitable for individual meditation or for group study. (David C. Cook)
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