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The Holy Spirit is not an impersonal force. The Bible teaches that He is active in our lives, a distinct person, and fully God.
The Bible clearly affirms the existence of three distinct Persons that are all identified as the one God of the universe.
Our view of the members of the Trinity shape our view of prayer. Dr. Mark Bird will discuss how the New Testament authors relate prayer to the Trinity.
It is appropriate to pray to the Father directly; however, just because we are permitted to pray to the Father, doesn’t mean that we are not permitted to pray to the Son.
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