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Breath of Life
Rediscovering the Holy Spirit and Following His Lead
From the author of 'Big God'
A biblical study of the Holy Spirit
What his presence looks like, and the effect it has in our lives
Just who is the Holy Spirit really? What is He about? And how does He impact the life of a Christian believer? The work of the Spirit is celebrated throughout the Christian world. And rightly so. But too often that talk gets sloppy. The Spirit is reduced to anything in the Christian life that's spontaneous, informal or just weird!
In this short and engagingly-written book, Orlando Saer takes us right back to the beginning to rediscover what the Spirit is about. He shines the light of the Bible itself into our confusion and leaves us overwhelmed with gratitude for this precious Pentecost gift.
Orlando Saer is the Senior Pastor of Christ Church Southampton where he is involved in training and discipling university students. He has previously served churches in Sydney, London and Surrey. He is the author of Iron Sharpens Iron and Big God. He is married to Libby and they have four children.
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Orlando Saer's book is an answer to a Christian's prayer. He cuts through the cacophony with Biblical wisdom and gives us reason for confidence - and joy! - in the person and work of the one called 'the breath of God'.
Michael Jensen, Rector, St Mark’s Anglican Church, Darling Point, New South Wales
The book walks us through the bigger picture of the Bible, showing us how the coming of the Spirit is the fulfilment of God's plan. Expect to learn, expect to grow, expect to discover all it means for you to rejoice in the greatness of the Spirit.
Neil Powell, Pastor, City Church, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Writing in a punchy and engaging style, Orlando Saer sets the work of the Spirit in the context of God's unfolding plan of redemption, and shows how He fulfils His new covenant promises to bring us new life, new speech, new power and a new heart.
John Stevens, National Director, Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches, Market Harborough, Leicestershire
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