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Surprised by the Holy Spirit - eBook. Customer Reviews. Write a review. This could simply be a case of appealing to silence , meaning that something must be true because the opposite is never stated in Scripture hence, there is silence on the matter. Thus, because the Greek word, charismata , is never used in connection with the use of the miraculous gifts amongst the apostles, then their use of such must have been a different category.
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See Acts and Another example is that Paul tells us he speaks in tongues more than all of the Corinthians 1 Corinthians Well, tongues can be utilised as a sign itself see 1 Corinthians , though this passage has caused much discussion. But, in the end, this is not of huge consequence to the belief in and utilisation of all the gifts of the Spirit. Moving on…. Not only is the book a theological resource for a case for continuationism, but it is also a very practical help at times.
Not just with storied accounts of healings or prophecies or words of knowledge, though those give great encouragement, but also with counsel and wisdom in regards to seeking God and the work of His Spirit, even within churches that are cautious or in cases where one would like to encourage their leadership to be open to these gifts.
The final thing I would like to point out is that, in his Appendix B, Deere takes time to address the issue of the existence of apostles today. Most who know me will know that I am an advocate for present-day apostles. I have written plenty in a series on this topic, of which I still have 2 or 3 more articles I would like to post. I also have preached on this topic before — you can download the messages by clicking here. So I was interested to read his thoughts on apostles today.
And, actually, Deere is not closed to the idea of present-day apostles. As a summary to the Appendix, he pens these words:. I am not willing, however, to rule out this possibility, because I do not think the Scriptures rule it out. This is where the discussion gets down to the nitty-gritty. If apostles exist, are they in the same vein of a Paul, John, Peter, etc? I believe apostles exist today. Would I say they have the same ministry-anointing as Paul? Not really. But I still believe apostles are people of authority, of revelation, who are foundation builders-layers, and who help equip the body of Christ in varying ways, helping us be an apostolic sent out, mission-minded people.
But such should not be the case.
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This work is a solid biblical and theological case for contiunuationism, even if one rejects the idea of apostles today. Deere is faithful to not only address the cessationist perspective on particular passages of Scripture and theology, but more importantly he is faithful to present a positive, biblical-theological case for continuationism. Such was one major purpose of Pentecost. Therefore, I recommend that continuationist, cessationist, and everyone in between look to interact with this book as they think through the validity of the continuing work of the Spirit in all his varying gifts for the body of Christ.
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