The Code of the Holy Spirit: Uncovering the Hebraic Roots and Historic Presence of the Holy Spirit [NOOK Book]

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It's time to rethink what you know about the Holy Spirit.

When one of the head rabbis in Jerusalem told Perry Stone that, according to a Jewish tradition, on the Day of Atonement the high priest spoke in a supernatural “language of God,” his interest was piqued, and his heart set out on a journey to discover lesser known details and insights concerning the Holy Spirit.

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The Code of the Holy Spirit: Uncovering the Hebraic Roots and Historic Presence of the Holy Spirit

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Overview

It's time to rethink what you know about the Holy Spirit.

When one of the head rabbis in Jerusalem told Perry Stone that, according to a Jewish tradition, on the Day of Atonement the high priest spoke in a supernatural “language of God,” his interest was piqued, and his heart set out on a journey to discover lesser known details and insights concerning the Holy Spirit.

In The Code of the Holy Spirit Stone shares his discoveries, providing a unique view of the Holy Spirit through the lens of Old Testament writings and Jewish tradition. In addition to revealing the Holy Spirit’s presence throughout the Old Testament--including clues revealed in the Hebrew feasts about the Day of Pentecost--Stone answers questions such as:

·          What is the chemistry of the anointing?
·          What is the significance of the wind and the Holy Spirit?
·          What is the code concealed in the menorah?
·          Can a believer blaspheme the Holy Spirit?

Whether you’ve been taught a doctrine, embarked on your own study of Scripture, observed others operating under the Holy Spirit’s power, or had a personal life-changing experience, this insightful book will give you a deeper understanding of this member of the Godhead than you’ve ever had before.
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Being a fourth-generation minister, Perry Stone (Opening the Gates of Heaven; Unleashing the Beast) is naturally endowed with a healthy interest in the Holy Spirit. The Code of the Holy Spirit is the fruit of years of his research. As Stone notes, this is more than a topic of mere curiosity; the Holy Spirit breathes as an omnipresent part of the gospel message.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781621362623
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 3/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 85,809
  • File size: 1,005 KB

Meet the Author

Perry Stone is the best-selling author of numerous books, including Purging Your House, Pruning Your Family Tree and How to Interpret Dreams and Visions. He directs one of America’s fastest-growing ministries, The Voice of Evangelism. An international evangelist, Perry holds a BA in theology from Covenant Life Christian College. He lives in Cleveland, Tennessee, with his wife, Pam, and their two children.
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  • Posted July 2, 2013

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    Perry Stone, has such an interest in our Hebraic Background to t

    Perry Stone, has such an interest in our Hebraic Background to the Christian Church. He was learning about many things that the Holy Spirit did. He went to the roots of our Faith. He wanted to understand more of what God does with the Holy Spirit within our lives.
    There is such a helpful education Christian living book. I had to take breaks in order to digress what I was learning. Perry Explains so much information in a 200+ page book that I was thankful for all the information, but it was a lot. There is so many numbers explained that I would have to go back and learn what they truly mean. 
    Where can we learn such depths? We need to have the Holy spirit within ourselves in order to learn them. Without the holy spirit, we do not have the divines of God. We learn through the Holy Spirit who was sent to earth to indwell in Us Christians.
    What will you let the Holy spirit convict you of? How will you turn and repent?  

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  • Posted May 10, 2013

    Help answer questions

    Informative and according to Bible

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