Sermon Clip: Spiritual Bodybuilding

Sermon Clip: Spiritual Bodybuilding

In this sermon clip, Greg Boyd introduces the idea of charismatic gifts of the Holy Spirit, or those gifts often referred to as the supernatural gifts.

In the full sermon he discusses each gift individually, and explains two pieces of information needed to understand the gifts. He discusses listening to the Spirit and using the gifts to build up the body of Christ.

You can see the full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/spiritual-bodybuilding

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