In His word, God tells us to study to show ourselves approved. As a Spirit-filled Christian, you should be able to take someone through the Bible and give a mini-seminar on the baptism of the Holy Spirit and praying in tongues. Do not allow yourself to be humiliated by a demonic religious spirit that tries to tell you that tongues died out with the apostles. If you know your Bible well, you can go through scripture by scripture and refute every reason given in argument against belief in the gifts of the Holy Spirit for today. The Holy Spirit is moving, and God wants all of His children to be able to flow in those gifts and experience the power that comes with them. In this book, I will take you step by step through biblical principles for operating in and sharing this wonderful gift.
About Dr. David Chisholm
Dr. David R. Chisholm was born in Jackson, Ohio in 1959. After serving in the US Army and beginning a career in aviation, Dr. Chisholm met Jesus Christ and experienced a radical transformation of life and calling into the ministry. After completing his initial Bible College training and working in prison ministry for three years, Dr. Chisholm was directed to plant a non-denominational church in his hometown and served as senior pastor there for fourteen years. In 2000 Dr. Chisholm again was directed by the Lord to plant another church in Parkersburg, West Virginia where he presently resides and serves as the senior pastor and apostle over three Rock Family Worship Centers.
Dr. Chisholm has a unique insight into the operation and manifestation of the Holy Spirit and has been used by God to train many leaders in the ministry. He has a communication style that is direct and insightful as well as an ability to teach the reality of the presence of God that should be experienced in the Church. Dr. Chisholm’s passion is to see the life of the believer come out of the “ideal” and into the “real.” He believes it is the Lord’s desire for every believer to discover their “gift package” and is committed to helping those who hunger for more of God’s person and presence to find and develop their calling.