John 1:33

He Will Baptize You with the Holy Spirit

March 14, 2021 • Andy Falleur

In our text today, John the Baptist proclaims two baptisms. There’s one that he’s doing with water, but he’s pointing to one that Jesus will do with the Holy Spirit. Here we look at baptism, it’s significance and importance and it’s symbolism throughout Scripture. This helps us to understand what’s not explained in John’s gospel. Are there two baptisms? Are these two events? Why was John baptizing? What is the baptism of the Spirit? Have I been baptized by the Holy Spirit? And, is this even possible in our days? Speaker: Andy Falleur Tags: #Bible Study, #Bible, #Study, #Calvary Chapel, #Calvary Ottawa, #Calvary chapel Ottawa, #Calvary bible Study, #Calvary Chapel Bible Study, #Calvary Chapel study, #Andy Falleur, #Gospel of John Bible Study, #John’s Gospel, #John 1 Bible Study, #John1:33 bible Study, #John 1:33 #St. John 1 Bible Study, #John the beloved, #gospel of john chapter 1, #John 1, #repentance, #repentance prayer, #john the baptist, “baptism, #second blessing, #baptism of the Spirit, #baptism of the Holy Ghost, #baptism of the Holy Spirit, #baptism of jesus, #water baptism, #water baptism teaching, #two baptisms, #ministry of the Holy Spirit, #one baptism, #filled with the Holy Spirit, #filled with the Holy Ghost, #he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit,

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John 8:12-59

August 15, 2021 • Andy Falleur

In this Bible Study from a Sunday morning at Calvary Fellowship of Ottawa, Pastor Andy Falleur reads from John 8:12-59, where Jesus is in a heated discussion with the Pharisees and Jews in Jerusalem about his origins. It’s a conversation that Jesus wants to have, and they are asking questions that he wants them to ask. He’s trying to get them to think and to consider not only who He is, but also trying to shake them from their self-delusion. We can often end up in the same place. Sometimes, we are so familiar with our religion and way of life and we haven’t truly encountered the magnitude of Jesus’s words and mission. He is the light of the world. Tags: #John 8, #john 8 bible study, #john 8 explained, #calvary ottawa, #calvary chapel ottawa, #calvary chapel bible study, #john 8 12, #john 8 32 explained, #john 8 31-42, #i am the light of the world, #who the son sets free is free indeed, #if the son sets you free you are free indeed, #your father Abraham rejoiced, #before Abraham was I am,

John 8:1-11

August 8, 2021 • Steve Weir

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