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Sermon Audio: The Holy Spirit: Is He Charismatic?


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Sunday, July 24, 2016

The Holy Spirit: Is He Charismatic?

Jay & Heather Bean

Lead Pastor

Pastor Jay shares about different spiritual gifts.




Charisma is the instantaneous enablement of the Holy Spirit in the life of a Spirit filled believer to exercise a gift for the edification of others.

The word “charismatic” comes from the greek word “charisma”, which means grace gift. If you have a gift God gave you by grace, you are charismatic.

1 Corinthians 12:1

Pnuematikos- spirituals; empowered by breath or wind (mighty rushing wind).

4 Places Spiritual Gifts are mentioned in Scripture

Motivational Gifts: Romans- 12:6-8

Manifestation Gifts: 1 Corinthians -12:7-11 & 1 Corinthians 14

Ministerial Gifts: Ephesians- 4:11


  • Romans 12:6-8
  • Ephesians 4:11
  • 1 Corinthians 12:7-11

Manifestation Gifts of 1 Corinthians 12

The Discerning Gifts

  • Word of Knowledge: To know something specific without knowing it by natural means.
  • Word of Wisdom: A divine answer or solution for a particular event.
  • Discerning of Spirits: To be made aware of the presence of a demonic spirit.

The Declarative Gifts

  • Prophecy: A message of encouragement from God to a person. It always brings edification, exhortation and comfort to others.
  • Tongues: A message from God in a language unknown to the person through whom the message comes.
  • Interpretation of Tongues: Understanding and expressing the thought or the intent of the message in tongues. It is an interpretation, not a translation.
  • 1 Corinthians 14:4-5

The Dynamic Gifts

  • Faith: A supernatural impartation of belief and confidence for a specific situation.
  • Gifts of Healings: Supernatural endowments of divine health.
  • Working of Miracles: Divine intervention that alters natural circumstances. God still does miracles today because He is a miraculous God.

Scripture Reference

1 Corinthians


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