Read Acts 2:17 and See What it Says. . .

Now think about it… Pentecost was the

start of the Christian Church and . . .

 What does it describe God’s heart for His people to do?

 1. Have the Spirit upon you (and in you).

2. Learn to prophesy.

Why do … so few people who are Christians

have neither of those actives in their lives?

 It’s because the devil has led

the whole world astray! (Rev. 12:9)

Try to get out of being led astray.

Get the Holy Spirit and Learn to Prophesy.

I have written two books to help people to do that.

 1. Surprisingly Supernatural: A Practical Guide to Releasing the Gifts of the Spirit, by Neil Gilligan.(In Chapter 2 it teaches you to be continually filled by the Spirit and how to have the Spirit upon you. And in Chapter 3 it teaches you to prophesy) and it teaches about the other gifts too. This book is available on http://amazon.com and you can download it as an ebook to your PC.

 2. The Essence of Christianity: Receiving the Spirit and Prophesying by Neil Gilligan. (This ebook teaches how to receive the Spirit and how to prophesy) This book is on http://www.smashwords.com ; go to their website, search for the book’s title and download it (It will be ready to be downloaded by November 30th.)

If you go to http://www.amazon.com and find the Kindle reader and you can download it for free. Then get this ebook for $3.99.

If you go to http://adobe.com you can download their Adobe Digital Edition for free as well.

Get the books and be empowered

to demonstrate that Jesus Christ is God!

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One Response to “Read Acts 2:17 and See What it Says. . .”

  1. neilgilligan Says:

    Reblogged this on Neilgilligan's Blog.

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